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i·sog·e·nous

 (ī-sŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
Having the same or similar origin, as organs or parts derived from the same embryonic tissue.

i·sog′e·ny n.

isogenous

(aɪˈsɒdʒɪnəs) or

isogenetic

adj
1. (Biology) of similar origin, as parts derived from the same embryonic tissue
2. (Biology) Also: isogenic genetically uniform
iˈsogeny n

i•sog•e•nous

(aɪˈsɒdʒ ə nəs)

adj.
(of bodily organs or parts) having the same or a similar origin.
[1880–85]
i•sog′e•ny, n.
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In the middle zone chondrocytes are arranged in isogenous groups but their arrangement becomes perpendicular to joint surface once they enter the deep zone.
From a May 2016 conference in Chicago, 15 papers explore local and global methods in algebraic geometry from such perspectives as the canonical map of some surfaces isogenous to a product, the degeneration of differentials and moduli of nodal curves on K3 surfaces, algebraic fiber spaces over abelian varieties: around a recent theorem by Cao and Paun, full cones swept out by minimal rational curves on irreducible Hermitian symmetric spaces as examples of varieties underlying geometric substructures, and Skoda's ideal generation from vanishing theorem for semipositive Nakano curvature and Cauchy-Schwarz inequality for tensors.
Uracil-DNA glycosylase (UNG) has the isogenous domain uracil-DNA glycosylase family 4 (IPR005122 and IPR005273), which hydrolyzes the N-glycosidic bond of deoxyuridine in DNA to initiate DNA repair after lesioning in viruses, bacteria, archaea, yeast, mice, and humans.
[28] has shown that DCs loaded with Ad vector carrying human papillomavirus-16 E6/E7 (HPV-16 E6/E7) fusion gene cocultured with isogenous T cells induced CTL response resulting in a remarkably lethal effect on cervical cancer cell CaSki in vitro.
Small numbers of round hyaline cartilage cells (nuclei stained blue) were distributed among collagen fiber bundles in the cartilage lacuna as single cells or isogenous groups.
Nagy, "Style consistent classification of isogenous patterns," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol.
In the intermediate zone, the cells had a rounded appearance and were arranged either alone or in isogenous groups.
According to this, the definition of an isogenous sign-pattern set and correlative corollary are given as below.