biclonality

bi·clon·al·i·ty

(bī'klōn-al'i-tē),
A condition in which some cells have markers of one cell line and other cells have markers of another cell line, as in biclonal leukemias.

biclonality

The uncommon occurrence of an uncontrolled expansion of 2 or more clones of neoplastic cells, as in the biclonal expansion of 2 B-cell lines or B- and T-cell lines. Biclonality contrasts to the more common uncontrolled clonal expansion of a single, often hematopoietic progenitor cell line

biclonality

The rare occurrence of an uncontrolled expansion of 2–or more clones of neoplastic cells, as in the biclonal expansion of 2 B cell lines or B and T cell lines. Cf Composite lymphoma.

bi·clon·al·i·ty

(bī-klōn-al'i-tē)
A condition in which some cells have markers of one cell line and other cells have markers of another cell line, as in biclonal leukemias.
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One report has described chromosome 7 biclonality in four uterine leiomyomas (Ozisik et al.
However, documentation of biclonality greatly depends on the type of diagnostic methods used for detection.