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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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The team led by Lyko wants to look more closely at how clonal evolution occurs in both marbled crayfish and tumours.
We used univariable and multivariable multinomial logistic regression to identify baseline factors independently associated with having a clonal or a polyclonal infection, setting simple infection as the referent.
Many clonal plants can spread horizontally and produce connected ramets to adapt different forest microhabitats (Price and Marshall 1999, Weppler and Stocklin, 2005, Wang et al.
Next, we investigated whether the increase of size of lipid droplets is due to the promotion of differentiation of 3T3-L1 preadipocytes after mitotic clonal expansion.
Monitoring for clonal expansion through NGS has been applied tangentially to clinical use in the assessment of vaccine effectiveness, and in direct clinical use for monitoring lymphomas.
In the present study, we aimed to compare the treatment response of IWG with corresponding changes in clonal fraction as evaluated by iFISH and G-banding.
Para la formacion del minijardin clonal se utilizaron miniestacas de pitanguera enraizadas, que se llamaron minicepas.
Using a novel combination of both aCGH and SNP data, in this study, we established further indicators for identifying multiple related clonal populations.
Esta, por sua vez, foi estatisticamente igual pelo teste de Tukey (P>0,05) a altura dos raios da madeira do hibrido clonal, que apresentou a menor media.