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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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One approach involves testing toxicants in mice that are genetically diverse rather than isogenic.
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Comparative genome sequencing of an isogenic pair of USA800 clinical methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates obtained before and after daptomycin treatment failure.
At the same time, each of the strains effectively is isogenic, meaning that for all genes, the genome carries two identical alleles (i.
A recent study from France looked at how feeding three different GM strains of corn affected young adult rats, comparing them to isogenic rats fed non-GM foods.
Here, isogenic disease models will not only help identify such markers and signatures, but also provide ideal reference materials for performance testing diagnostic platforms and services being provided to, or within, healthcare systems.
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.
A stress-sensitive reporter predicts longevity in isogenic populations of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Alterations of cell wall structure and metabolism accompany reduced susceptibility to vancomycin in an isogenic series of clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus.
Surprisingly, its isogenic noninvasive mutant, B J66 replicated at a slightly slower rate for the first 8 h, but exceeded the number of intracellular wild-type bacteria by 24 h (27).