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clo·nal

(klō'năl),
Pertaining to a clone.

clo·nal

(klō'năl)
Pertaining to a clone.
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In all 18 patients included in this study, we were able to prove that samples originating from the same patient were clonally identical and at the same time clonally distinct from samples originating from other patients when using this NGS method.
This is likely due to the spread of clonally related CRAB isolates, which were responsible for nosocomial infections between May and August 2014.
Fuzi, "Nationwide spread of clonally related CTX-M-15-producing multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae strains in Hungary," European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, vol.
VHL-null 786-O cells were transfected and clonally selected for stable expression of either WT or Y175C VHL or GFP (null), as indicated.
This clonally expanded population of [CD4.sup.+] CTLs, detected in both peripheral blood and fibrotic lesions of IgG4-RD patients, seems to actively contribute to the disease process, particularly to tissue injury and fibrosis.
NKT cells play critical roles in the induction of oral tolerance by inducing regulatory T cells producing IL-10 and transforming growth factor beta, and by clonally deleting antigen-specific T cells.
Such clonally related fields can be much larger than the actual carcinoma.
This is followed by proliferation of non-clonal fibroblasts and abnormal shedding of growth factors from clonally expanded megakaryocytes which induces hyperactivity.
Stone and his coinvestigators recently identified these CD4+ cytotoxic T cells as a novel population of clonally expanded T cells with SLAMF7 as a surface marker.
In general, mutation assays measure both unique and clonally expanded mutations; however, the relative contribution of mosaicism to the overall mutation burden is rarely considered in these assays.
Therefore, pulmonary vascular and airway smooth muscle cells, proximal endothelium, and pericyte-like cells derive clonally from these progenitors.