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clo·nal

(klō'năl),
Pertaining to a clone.

clonal

[klō′nəl]
pertaining to a clone.

clo·nal

(klō'năl)
Pertaining to a clone.

clonal

referring to a clone.

clonal expansion
occurs, for example, when B cells, under the influence of T cell interleukins, differentiate into two separate populations and, after several transformations produce sensitized B lymphocytes and plasma cells.
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Systemic mastocytosis with associated clonal hematological non-mast cell lineage disease: clinical significance and comparison of chromosomal abnormalities in SM and AHNMD components.
In 2010, the clonal complex comprised 3 genotypes (Figure 1, panel C).
4-092-0010) and the Sensitivity Panel IVS-0019 Control Clonal DNA (Invivoscribe; catalog No.
The development and use of new algorithms that can accurately call mutations by distinguishing real aberrations from false positives and negatives is a key component for identifying clonal subsets with targeted gene sequencing.
You can clearly see the first individual that founded a sexual colony, while a clonal colony preserves the fragment from the previous colony from which it cloned," he added.
A normal porcine cell line and four US2 transfected clonal cell lines were analyzed by FACS with porcine anti-SLA-I to determine the surface expression profiles of SLA-I.
David McKenna, MD, a BioE research collaborator from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis said the company's innovative stem cell isolation technology led to the characterization of "unique and interesting" clonal stem cell lines.
The possibility that contaminated food products are the source of drug-resistant UTIs has serious public health implications, the investigators concluded, noting that the introduction of the clonal group E.
The quality of these plantations can be significantly augmented if they are established with clonal material instead of conventional seedlings.
Instead of reading "National Clonal Germplasm Repository," which is, strictly speaking, accurate if a little scary sounding, the sign that greets visitors now says "World Plant Collections: Conserving Diversity for the Future.
While much of the tedious homework has yet to be completed, Stanford University's distinguished Professor of Genetics and Biology, Doctor Joshua Lederberg, feels that human clonal reproduction is only a few years away.
Proinflammatory and Hematopoietic Cytokines in Reactive and Clonal Thrombycytosis