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lin·e·age

(lin'ē-ăj),
Descent in a line from a common progenitor or source.
[O. Fr. ligne, line of descent]

lineage

(lĭn′ē-ĭj)
n.
1.
a. Direct descent from a particular ancestor; ancestry.
b. Derivation.
2. The descendants of a common ancestor considered to be the founder of the line.

lineage

(lĭn′ē-ĭj) [ME. linage]
A group of individuals, animals, cells, or genes that share a common ancestor.

lineage

a common line of descent from ancient ancestors to modern forms.
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West Nile virus isolates from India: evidence for a distinct genetic lineage.
Because of the wide distribution of all four lineages throughout the Americas, however, this four-migration theory has been widely, discarded in recent studies.
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Bioinformatic analysis identified, among these early Mesp1 progenitors, distinct populations of cells corresponding to progenitors committed to different cell lineages and regions of the heart, identifying the molecular features associated with early lineage restriction and regional segregation of the heart.
The thin plate spline allows the association between lineage and year to smoothly change in magnitude and direction.
Lineage-Restricted Mammary Stem Cells Sustain the Development, Homeostasis, and Regeneration of the Estrogen Receptor Positive Lineage," Cell Reports, 2017; 20 (7): 1525 DOI: 10.
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