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syn·ge·ne·ic

(sin'jĕ-nē'ik),
Relating to genetically identical individuals.
[G. syngenēs, congenital]

isogenic

/iso·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) syngeneic.

isogenic

Pertaining to individuals who are genetically alike, such as identical twins or closely inbred animals. Isogenic individuals are ideal donors to each other of organs for transplantation.

isogenic

having an identical set of genes.

isogenic (ī´sōjen´ik),

adj originating from a common source; possessing the same genetic composition.
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In these tests, the term "lines" were assigned to each Aline in the analysis of single cross hybrids, and to the non isogenic AxB crosses in the three-way hybrids.
Am, adenocarcinoma with mutation; Awt, wild-type adenocarcinoma; Om, osteosarcoma with mutation; Owti, isogenic wild-type osteosarcoma.
With respect to the effective degradation rate of dry matter, the silage of CMS-XS 165 without tannin was superior to all the other treatments and when comparing the two isogenic lines CMS-XS 165 and CMS-XS 114, it appears that the differences found can be attributed to tannin, since it may influence DM degradability.
2003) reported that OPA 12 amplified xa5 gene specific band of 1467 bp, which was observed in all three near isogenic lines of IR 64 (IET 20667, IET 20668 and IET 20669).
In addition, they measured the same parameters in widely used hES and iPS cell lines and compared the results with those obtained in the six new isogenic iPS cell lines.
Secretory activity in principal cells of vas deferens, together with observations regarding the subcellular appearance of the Golgi apparatus and RER presented in the apical cytoplasm of principal cells of vas deferens of "paca" effectively supported the occurrence of protein (or glycoprotein) secretion in the vas deferens, as previously described for the epididymidis of albino mouse (Flickinger, 1983, 1985), and for the black isogenic mouse (Orsi et al.
Isogenic cell-line pairs, where one cell line contains a genetic alteration or mutation of interest and the other contains the normal gene, represent cell-based models that portray specific human diseases in the context of their matched genetic backgrounds.
Contributors offer their research in the molecular genetics of spirochetes (including the isolation and characterization of isogenic mutants, motility gene regulation and chemotaxis and development of treponeme genetic systems), genetics and diversity (including comparative genetic studies and those of genotypic variation), gene expression, and interactions of spirochetes and hosts, including Lyme disease and relapsing conditions.
The license applies to the use of Cellectis' technology in combination with internal ribosome entry site ("IRES") or isogenic DNA technology in the generation of genetically-modified mice.
The durum wheats, with the exception of the Aconchi-derived isogenic pair, had lines (dotted) joining allelic pairs that were almost perpendicular to the average drought environment vector (vertical axis).
Subsequent to March 31, 2003 DRAXIMAGE expanded its agreements with Isogenic Sciences Limited to gain global rights to proprietary technology related to brachytherapy implants for nominal up-front consideration and also established a marketing and distribution agreement with Netherlands-based IDB Benelux covering DRAXIMAGE products for the European Benelux countries.