organ-specific

organ-specific

 [or´gan-spĕ-sif´ik]
restricted to, or having an effect only on, a particular organ, as an organ-specific antigen.

or·gan-spe·cif·ic

(ōr'găn-spe-sif'ik),
1. Denoting or pertaining to a serum produced by the injection of the cells of a certain organ or tissue that, when injected into another animal, destroys the cells of the corresponding organ.
2. Denoting an antigen specific for a particular organ.

or·gan-spe·cif·ic

(ōr'găn-spe-sif'ik)
Denoting or pertaining to a serum produced by the injection of the cells of a certain organ or tissue that, when injected into another animal, destroys the cells of the corresponding organ.

organ-specific

restricted to, or having an effect only on, a particular organ, as an organ-specific antigen or enzyme.
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The researchers pointed to some study limitations, for example, numbers of organ-specific cancers were relatively small.
the program will fund p50 spore grants to support state-of-the-art investigator-initiated translational research that will contribute to improved prevention, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of an organ-specific cancer or a related group of cancers.
Exposure to clindamycin and doxycycline during the first trimester may be associated with an increased risk of organ-specific malformations such as ventricular/atrial septal defect, new research suggests.
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5) immune recognition gene, and shares key pathogenic and genetic features with organ-specific autoimmune diseases.
SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS IS A PROFOUNDLY HETEROGENOUS disorder, with the overall prevalence of major organ-specific manifestations, such as pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), broadly adhering to a 15% rule.
Instead of taking a traditional drug that binds to multiple targets throughout your body, imagine a device that attaches to an organ-specific neural circuit in the body, records and analyzes the electric signals it trades with your brain, and then rewrites the disease out of the code.
In two studies published in Science and Cell Stem Cell, the team of scientists, who were led by Gladstone senior investigator Sheng Ding, PhD, and are part of the Roddenberry Center for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine at Gladstone, used chemical cocktails to gradually coax skin cells to change into organ-specific stem cell-like cells and, ultimately, into heart or brain cells.
Organ-specific stem cells are special because they can both develop into adult cells and replicate indefinitely.
But what we don't know is whether the metabolic improvement is actually driven by an effect of the medication on the organ-specific fat depot," he said.
A lot of time and resources were used up as we chased organ-specific regimes and did lengthy clinical trials to prove them effective.
The introduction points out that "tissue engineering has enabled the creation of organ-specific biological micronenvironments" in which stem cells are supported in their survival, differentiation, and proliferation.