Examples of the latter are micromass cultures of embryonic rodent limb or brain to screen for teratogens or Syrian hamster embryo cells used to screen for carcinogens.
What does SHE stand for?
SHE stands for Syrian Hamster Embryo (mutagenics)
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We have 103 other meanings of SHE in our Acronym Attic
- Sidetracked Home Executive
- Society for Human Ecology
- South Hialeah Elementary (Florida)
- Spontaneous Human Explosion
- Standard Hydrogen Electrode
- Subretinal Hyperreflective Exudation (eye health)
- Succinct, Honest, and Engaging (interview method)
- Super Head End
- Super Heavy Element
- Supercritical Helium
- System Hydrologique European
- Safety, Health, and Environmental Affairs
- Saskatchewan Healthcare Excellence Award (Canada)
- Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America
- Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America (est. 1980; Arlington, VA)
- South Hampshire Enterprise Agency (now Enterprise First; UK)
- State Health Expenditure Account
- Shuttle High Energy Astrophysics Laboratory
- Safety, Health & Environmental Action Monitoring System
- Save Hurlstone's Educational Agricultural Property (Sydney, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chromosome aberrations, Sister chromatid exchanges, unscheduled DNA synthesis and morphological neoplastic transformation in Syrian hamster embryo cells.
Induction of genotoxic effects and modulation of the intracellular calcium level in syrian hamster embryo (SHE) fibroblasts caused by ochratoxin A.
Intercellular communication in colonies of Syrian hamster embryo cells and the susceptibility for morphological transformation.
In a study of morphologic transformation in Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells, Tsutsui et al.
Using Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells, phenol induced morphologic transformations, gene mutations at two loci (both ouabain-resistant and 6-thioguanine-resistant mutant frequencies were increased), chromosomal aberrations, sister chromatid exchanges, and unscheduled DNA synthesis (63).