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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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Additionally, the single-cell transcriptome analyses of clonally related cells in vivo will provide unique insights into the clonality of gene expression per se.
Emergence of clonally related Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates of sequence type 258 producing plasmid-mediated KPC carbapenemase in Norway and Sweden.
1-4] This in turn reduces the ability of CTLs and NK cells to induce apoptosis of antigen-presenting cells and clonally expanded T lymphocytes.
Two key features allow this genus to survive in low numbers: ability to reproduce clonally by bulbs (all the species in the genus N.
We used the Ion OneTouch[TM] system to clonally amplify pooled bar-coded libraries on Ion Sphere[TM] particles.
They are then clonally amplified in an emulsion PCR, where each molecule is clonally amplified in its own aqueous bead-containing droplet, separated from its neighbors by oil.
CD24+ and CD44+ cells from individual tumors were clonally related but not always identical.
5) A further result of this seminal research effort was that ERG positive foci of prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN) were strongly correlated with clonally related ERG positive cancer elsewhere in the prostate.
Although Leishmania parasites reproduce clonally, there has been no proof that they can exchange genes through sex and form hybrids.
Clonally derived human embryonic stem cell lines maintain pluripotency and proliferative potential for prolonged periods of culture.
Seedling trees, unlike those propagated clonally by cuttings or by grafting, are unpredictable in their qualities.
Clonally related IgM rheumatoid factors undergo affinity maturation in the rheumatoid synovial tissue.