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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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Granulation tissue-type hemangiomas are rare benign vascular lesions that mainly affect the head, neck, and hands.
The histopathological profile of this tumor in conjunction with its immunophenotypic features suggested that it was a granulation tissue-type hemangioma of the vein.
Tenders are invited for Recombinant Human Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator (Tpa) Powder For Inj 20 Mg
This means the usual tissue-type matching (HLA typing) needed prior to transplantation would not be needed if hAMCs were used.
The CUP assay, developed by Veridex (La Jolla, California), evaluates the expression of 10 tissue-type specific gene markers by using quantitative RT-PCR and is designed to detect tumors from 6 specific sites: lung, breast, colon, ovary, pancreas, and prostate.
From these profiles, we can categorize genes as specific or ubiquitous by use of a binary classification for expression/nonexpression in each tissue type or a numeric classification by percentage of total transcripts in each tissue type, normalized by the tissue-type library size.
When a person is rushed to an emergency room with a heart attack or stroke, doctors often prescribe immediate infusions of tissue-type plasminogen activator (tPA).
Australian researchers, seeking to compare DSPA with tissue-type plasminogen activator, injected 16 mice with a neurotoxin and with either DSPA or tissue-type plasminogen activator (Stroke 34[2]:537-43, 2003).
MY idea is to have individual squares of kitchen towel in a tissue-type box.
Letitia Hayward, area appeals manager for the trust, said: "It costs the charity pounds 50 to fully tissue-type one new donor for the register and thousands more are needed every year.
Soldier David Dean, 39, shares the same blood group as his wife Eileen, but their tissue-type is different.
Paul Rushton, the events and projects manager for the trust, said: ``It costs us [pound]50 to fully tissue-type each new potential donor joining the register.''

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