cellular material

cellular material

Any material that contains many cells (either open or closed, or both) dispersed throughout the mass.
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SINGAPORE, July 15, 2019 - (Media OutReach) - Cell therapies, where cellular material is injected, grafted or implanted into a patient to treat a range of illnesses and medical conditions, are a vital and integral component of medicine today - promising treatment of tissue degenerative diseases, cancer, and autoimmune disorders.
In contrast to plant-based meat alternatives, Tetrick's San Francisco-based firm, Just, cultivates actual animal tissue by extracting cellular material obtained via biopsy from a live chicken.
The current manufacture of T-cells is undertaken in a laboratory and can take up to 21 days, depending on the quality of the patient's starting cellular material. The long, complex and expensive process poses the risk of contamination and further complications due to patient variations.
As a principal investigator, Martens leads research on the foundations of autophagy, exploring how the numerous factors required for autophagy work together to form the autophagosomes that engulf and dispose of harmful cellular material.
The use of a DNA staining dye can visualise the presence of cellular material and allow real-time collection of the cellular material to a swab head.
He added: "Traces of cellular material from the deceased on the inside of the cargo shorts could be explained if Mr McFall had engaged in sexual activity with the deceased, however there could be other explanations for the finding given the low levels."
Mr Hill said: "A DNA sample from this item revealed a mixed profile of cellular material in which Unwin's DNA and that of the deceased were represented."
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the scores for background blood/clot, amounts of cellular material, degree of cellular degeneration, degree of cellular trauma or retention of appropriate architecture, did not differ significantly between the sampling techniques (Table 3).
Tissue Regenix has a patented a multi-tissue regenerative medical platform, decellularisation technology, which removes DNA and other cellular material from animal and human tissue leaving an acellular tissue scaffold that is not rejected by the patient's body and can be used to repair diseased or worn out body parts.
Some efforts have also been made on architected cellular material to extend the foam material to honeycomb material for better pedestrian protection.
Forensics experts found cellular material - most likely skin cells - beneath the victim's fingernails, and DNA testing found it came from three people, including Mr Smith himself.

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