: of less than cellular scope or level of organizationsubcellular organellessubcellular studies
Examples of subcellular in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebFirst, machine learning can find the borders of cells and other subcellular structures.
Quanta Magazine, 2 Nov. 2021 The changes in brain composition across that broad span of time can be profound at even the subcellular level, a fact that would seem to curb the research value of early fetal mini-brains.
Quanta Magazine, 29 Aug. 2017 Typically, a cell is genetically modified to produce a fluorescent protein that attaches itself to specific subcellular structures, like mitochondria or microtubules.
Quanta Magazine, 24 July 2019 Together with her colleagues, Maleckar, who was unaffiliated with Finkbeiner's study, have explored similar label-free machine learning techniques for identifying subcellular structures.
Robbie Gonzalez, WIRED, 12 Apr. 2018
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1: of less than cellular scope or level of organizationsubcellular organellessubcellular studies using synaptosomesalso: containing or composed of subcellular elements recovered subcellular fractions by centrifuging homogenized cells
2: relating to or being a local or restricted area within a cella subcellular site of hormonal activity