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injected

[in′jek·təd]
(petrology)
Pertaining to intrusive igneous rock or other mobile rock that has erupted through rock walls to neighboring older rocks.
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Balsam injected those cells directly into the heart muscle of 23 mice in which she had induced a heart attack.
To test the versatility of such a stem cell, the researchers identified the mouse version, collected and grew some in the lab, and injected these cells into a separate group of mice.
AMEP HOA-800 has also now been injected into 12 other Olmos oil wells on the lease, and it is anticipated the oil production will increase rapidly over the next few months as more of these wells receive the treatment.
The researchers injected cells harboring magnetodendrimers into the brains of newborn rats that had been genetically engineered to lack a critical nerve cell coating called myelin.
Shooting up: infections among people who injected drugs in the UK, 2015.
The Chinese central bank has injected capital into the market.
5% of people who inject drugs surveyed reported the use of sterile injecting equipment the last time they injected.
They may also be more likely to be injected by someone else with an unsterile needle and syringe," said lead Council researcher Waimar Tun.
These anti-inflammatory drugs are injected into a specific part of the body to reduce inflammation and block pain.
AGE 24: Botox injected into the forehead, to minimize wrinkles.
The central bank of Japan has announced that it has injected fresh capital into the money markets.
This month's Botox-related news comes to us from Italy, where investigators injected a laboratory preparation of botulinum toxin A into a bunch of appearance-conscious rats to track its "long-distance retrograde effects.