HeLa

The cells from Henrietta`s tumor were taken by researcher George Gey, who `discovered that [Henrietta`s] cells did something they`d never seen before: They could be kept alive and grow.` Before this, cells cultured from other cells would only survive for a few days. Scientists spent more time trying to keep the cells alive than performing act...
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HeLa

<cell culture, oncology> Referring to cells of the first continuously cultured (human cervical) carcinoma strain. ... An established line of human epithelial cells derived from a cervical caracinoma (from a black American woman called Henrietta Lacks). In fact the cellular biomass now considerably exceeds that of Henrietta herself ! ... These...
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Hela

(Hula dance) one foot is placed at about a 45 degree angle to the front/side with the weight on the opposite hip and the knees bent; the foot is then returned to the original position and the step is repeated with the other foot.
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Hela

[Blake] In the mythological writings of William Blake, Hela is the youngest of the five daughters of Tiriel. She is the only survivor of his curse. She denounces her blind father for what he has done; he curses her once more, turning her hair to Medusa-style snakes. She guides him to the Vales of Har. ...
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Hela

[caste] The Hela are a Hindu scheduled caste found in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. They are also known as Bunkar. The Hela are a sub-group within the larger weaver community of North India. ==Origin== The Hela are found mainly in the districts of Varanasi, Ghazipur and Mirzapur. They are divided into five sub-groups, the Bhagat, Nou...
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HeLa

Designates a common tissue culture cell line.
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Hela

Hela is a cultivated variety of potato.
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HeLa

Type: Term Pronunciation: hē′lă Definitions: 1. Referring to cells of the first continuously cultured (human cervical) carcinoma strain.
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