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Genetically identical or closely related, so as to allow tissue transplant; immunologically compatible: syngeneic grafts; syngeneic mice.

[From Greek sungeneia, kinship : syn-, syn- + genos, family; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]

syn·ge·ne′i·cal·ly adv.


(ˌsɪndʒɪˈniːɪk; ˌsɪndʒɪˈneɪɪk) or


(Genetics) with identical genes
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The improved IL-12 therapeutic platform was evaluated in vitro and in vivo using murine syngeneic tumor models.
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The mitochondria-targeted anti-oxidant MitoQ decreases ischemia-reperfusion injury in a murine syngeneic heart transplant model.
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Stem cells can be autologous, or from the patient's own body; allogeneic, or from a donor; and syngeneic, or from an identical twin.
Antitumor effects of EGCG in vivo were evaluated in a syngeneic mouse model and [beta]-catenin expression was checked in HNC patients' samples.
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extract enhances the effectiveness of syngeneic bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in lowering blood glucose levels and reversing oxidative stress.