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explant

[′eks‚plant]
(cell and molecular biology)
An excised fragment of a tissue or an organ used to start a cell culture.
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(11) Likewise, the use of cadaveric kidneys encourages transplanting those kidneys into near-at-hand recipients, even if they are not the most medically appropriate patients, due to the degrading of kidney function as time from explantation to transplantation rises.
It particularly highlights local northern Californian artifacts from the Yurok and Tolowa tribes with identifying explantations. It informs with examples of reeds and willow sticks used to make baskets, along with porcupine quills which were flattened, woven, and dyed with staghorn lichen (wolf moss) or Oregon grape root.
Ulsan DZ, Sohail MR and their colleagues found 189 patients with cardiac device infection in follow up of pacemaker patients in Mayo Clinic from 1991 - 2003 and device explantations was done in 182 patients (96%) due to cardiac device infection13.