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xenograft

[′zēn·ə‚graft]
(immunology)
A graft performed between members of different species.
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In groups 2, 3 and 4, the extraction sockets (left and right) were treated with xenograft, alloplastic graft 1 and alloplastic graft 2, respectively.
Efficacy of the Ethanol Injection on the Control of Orthotopic Pancreatic Cancer Cell Mouse Xenografts. During the experiments, two mice died at 24 h and 72 h after the ethanol injection.
Adenosine concentrations of ~0,5 [micro]M have been proposed in HT-29 tumors grown as xenografts [4].
The primary tumor samples of the patients and animal xenografts were sent to the Pathology Department of Jiangsu Provincial Cancer Hospital for pathological examination.
Characterization of a large panel of patient-derived tumor xenografts representing the clinical heterogeneity of human colorectal cancer.
PDX models are an important part of the preclinical tool box, and a good complement to genetically engineered mouse models or cell line derived xenografts. Although establishment, characterization and validation of PDX models has been in existence for decades, their value in oncology drug development and tumor biology research is really just starting to emerge.
1, MTE dose-dependently decreased tumour weight in H460 and HI 975 NSCLC cell xenografts (Fig.
DBP exposure was associated with similar effects in rat and human samples, although to a lesser extent in human tissue, with aggregation being particularly rare in the xenografts. Reduced numbers were more common among undifferentiated germ cells, whereas aggregation and MNGs tended to occur more among differentiated germ cells.
In this study, we examined the anti-cancer effects of VPA in vitro and in vivo on SAS tongue cancer cells and tumor xenografts in mice.
Considering the verification of fertility competence of sperm derived from testis tissue xenografts by the generation of blastocysts and also offspring in pig, monkey, mouse, and rabbit using ICS1 4.7.' and also the results of the current study, it seems xenografting of dog testes can be a promising scientific tool for the generation of male gamete and fertility preservation in this species.
'Architecture and protein marker expression is preserved in these xenografts, as are other molecular characteristics of the tumor, which is fantastic."