chimerism


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chimerism

[′kī·mə‚riz·əm]
(biology)
The admixture of cell populations from more than one zygote.
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html) Yahoo Lifestyle about her deteriorating health before being diagnosed with Chimerism, Muhl said: "My autoimmune issues started pretty heavily as a preteen, and that was very difficult being so young, especially not knowing why I was sick.
The study showed that the degree of chimerism derived from donor T cells correlates with clinical course of GVHD.
Eight weeks after the transfer, the secondary recipients were euthanized, and lymphoid tissues were analyzed for chimerism as with the primary recipients.
One prerequisite before the quantification of genomic chimerism is a suitable genotyping platform that can reliably genotype donor and recipient DNA using DIPs with high heterozygosity.
Contract notice: Supply reagents for the study of chimerism (genotyping and sensitive technique for quantifying rq pcr) with rental and maintenance on associated automates.
It tells the story of how two teens find solace in each other amid the tumultuous situation in their families brought about by the disease called chimerism.
Decades of years have witnessed the attempts to achieve this goal from cotransplantation with hematopoietic stem cell to the induction of chimerism.
She had no VOD or hepatic GVHD; she currently remains well and in remission with mild GVHD of the skin and a donor chimerism (CD3 lineage specific) of 98%.
In particular, these putative pESCs do not form teratomas or display germ-line chimerism.
However, routine genetic transformation of soybean is still difficult to achieve because of possible chimerism, explant- and genotype- specific transformation (Yan et al.
Tolerance Induction Strategies in Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation: Mixed Chimerism and Novel Developments, CLINICAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL IMMUNOLOGY 1 (2012) (immunosuppressant medication controls acute graft rejection, but not chronic rejection); Karim A.
In contrast to transplantation for malignancies, mixed chimerism in haemoglobinopathies therefore does not necessarily mean treatment failure.