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tissue type

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(Genetics) the inherited chemical characteristics of the bodily tissue of an individual that are recognized and, when grafted, are accepted or rejected by the immune system of another individual. The tissue type is determined by the histocompatibility antigens
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The Purpose Of This Pin Notice Is To Test The Market And Obtain Expressions Of Interest From Suitable Suppliers Of An Automated Embedding System ( See Document Attached For Further Detail) The Histopathology Department In St James~S Hospital , Dublin, Ireland, Requires An Automated Tissue Embedder That Will Allow The Automated Embedding Of All Tissue Types Processed In The Department Type Of Contract: Supplies
There's lots of people with rare tissue types, but they are just not on the list."
The team is already looking at the next step, which will be to embed different kinds of stem cells -- cells that haven't yet differentiated into specific tissue types -- into the microgels alongside specialized proteins or hormones called growth factors.
The oesophagus is a complex, multi-layered organ, made up of multiple tissue types, which acts as a pipe carrying food and liquid from the mouth to the stomach.
Wilmer Barrera and David Picha from Louisiana State University analysed a variety of sweet potato tissue types - mature leaves, young leaves, young petioles, buds and root tissue.
Since the stem cells do not attach to the polymer, they grow within the patterns and eventually develop into a three-dimensional structure that has distinct tissue types.
Epithelial stem cells derived from many tissue types can be propagated more than a trillion-fold in Epix.
For clinicians and clinicians-in-training who are well grounded in the histology of basic tissue types, Freddo and Chaum provide a clinical foundation in the anatomy of the eye.
Helicoverpa zea Boddie (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) feeding preference and performance on soybean tissue types is poorly understood.
The DSG sensor differentiates various tissue types (cancellous bone, cortical bone, blood and soft tissues) based on the analysis of the local electrical conductivity.
Bovender explored specific issues and secondary complications associated with the lack of blood and tissue types among ethnic groups.
Tissue types that have more stem-cell divisions are more prone to mutations that can lead to cancers, with data demonstrating a statistical correlation between the two, Vogelstein and Tomasetti said in their paper.