clonogenic

clonogenic

 [klo″no-jen´ik]
giving rise to a clone of cells.

clo·no·gen·ic

(klō'nō-jen'ik),
Arising from or consisting of a clone.

clonogenic

/clo·no·gen·ic/ (klo″no-jen´ik) giving rise to a clone of cells.

clo·no·gen·ic

(klō-nō-jen'ik)
Arising from or consisting of a clone.

clonogenic

giving rise to a clone of cells.
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Furthermore, the clonogenic capacity of HSPCs was decreased by iron overload (P<0.
Identification of a Human Clonogenic Progenitor with Strict Monocyte Differentiation Potential: A Counterpart of Mouse cMoPs," Immunity, 2017; 46 (5): 835 DOI: 10.
Determination of cell survival after irradiation via clonogenic assay versus multiple MTT Assay--a comparative study.
Methods: Clonogenic assays were performed to determine the effects of X-ray on H9c2 cells with or without BH4 treatment.
Idiopathic CD4+ lymphocytopenia may be due to decreased bone marrow clonogenic capability.
with clonogenic soft apoptosis agar assay and cell morphological included in some transformation pharmaceutical regulatory requirements (also a cell proliferation assay) 2 CYP 2E1 and 2B Oxidative stress induction as Hepatic predictive inflammation marker of potential Xenobiotic chemical metabolism carcinogenesis due to increased reactive oxygen species production Assays available 2 Assays available Mitochondrial transcription and mitochondrial stress signaling (Biswas et al.
We consider this cell survival assay to be more reliable in MEFs than alternate assays such as clonogenic colony counting or short-term cell killing assays.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are clonogenic undifferentiated cells with self-renewal and differentiation properties7 that have been isolated from tissues such as bone marrow,8 and adipose.
The clonogenic assay determines the ability of a cell to proliferate indefinitely, thereby retaining its reproductive ability to form a large colony or a clone.
Different media and supplement modulate the clonogenic and expansion properties of rabbit bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell.
Caption: Figure 4: Clonogenic assays showing the highly superior survival of MeWo and MeWo-RhoA-V14 cells, which displayed high levels of RhoA activity, compared with RhoA-deficient MeWo-RhoA-N19 cells after exposure to different types of UV radiation.
These controls include: CD34+ cell count, typing by Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA), serological tests, clonogenic capacity, and microbiological monitoring.