No one having previously heard his history, could for the first time behold Father Mapple without the utmost interest, because there were certain engrafted
clerical peculiarities about him, imputable to that adventurous maritime life he had led.
The undesirableness of any other house in the same neighbourhood for Sir Walter was certainly much strengthened by one part, and a very material part of the scheme, which had been happily engrafted
on the beginning.
By birth she belonged to Highbury: and when at three years old, on losing her mother, she became the property, the charge, the consolation, the fondling of her grandmother and aunt, there had seemed every probability of her being permanently fixed there; of her being taught only what very limited means could command, and growing up with no advantages of connexion or improvement, to be engrafted
on what nature had given her in a pleasing person, good understanding, and warmhearted, wellmeaning relations.
Well, Miss Monson, it struck me that the mistress of such a handkerchief MUST like poetry-- that is, flights of the imagination--that is, eloquence and pathos, as it might be engrafted
on passion and sentiment."
They are, at the present time, not only engrafted
into the literature of the civilized world, but are familiar as household words in the common intercourse and daily conversation of the inhabitants of all countries.
He was simply another unfortunate victim of the institution which the Nation unhappily had engrafted
upon it at that time.
Feeling that the sentiment of distrust was strongly engrafted
in the tempers of his tribe, he rather endeavoured to soothe any just resentment they might entertain, by indirect excuses and apologies.
According to them, the diseased tissue is then killed off by chemotherapy, leaving room for the healthy cells to engraft
Pancreatic islets transplanted into the kidney of a miniature pig and allowed to vascularize engraft
well and are capable of regulating glucose levels immediately upon removal of the pancreas, researchers from Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA reported at the 18th International Congress of the Transplantation Society in Rome, Italy.
Approximately 15 percent of these patients will either have a delay or failure to engraft
the HSCs, resulting in a condition that is life threatening, expensive and often requires the continued support of the patient with blood products.
"By identifying the key mechanism by which these stem cells home and engraft
to the bone marrow, it may be possible to pharmacologically treat the cells to activate this pathway and thus increase the effectiveness of bone marrow transplants," Nature magazine quoted lead author Gregor Adams, Ph.D., assistant professor of cell and neurobiology at the Keck School as saying.
ISCO has previously reported how these HLC engraft
in the liver of Gunn rats, a well-validated model of CN1 where the animals lack UGT1A1 and therefore accumulate toxic levels of unconjugated bilirubin.