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syngeneic

[‚sin·jə′nē·ik]
(genetics)
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Transfected myeloma cells might also be employed for tumor inoculation in normal syngenic mice to study immunotherapeutic interventions.
Histological Conclusions : As per classical HLA concept, unmatched tissues/cells are rejected (excepting in case of syngenic tissue), unless the recipient of the grafted tissue is primed with proper dosage of radiation or immunosuppressives to delay the rejection.
Adult C57-BL/6 mice (weight 20 g) syngenic to LLC cells, adult athymic mice tolerating C6 tumour cells and adult male BDIX rats (weight 350 g) syngenic to DHDK 12 tumours were obtained from IFFA Credo, L'Abresle, France.