chimeric


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being or relating to or like a chimera

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NK cells engineered with chimeric antigen receptors can be targeted to tumors with high specificity.
Additionally, NK cells engineered with chimeric antigen receptors can be targeted to tumours with high specificity.
In their pilot study, seven dogs with oral malignant melanoma (OMM) and two dogs with undifferentiated sarcoma were treated with the chimeric antibody every two weeks.
The superior chimeric competency of both human and mouse EPS cells is advantageous in applications such as the generation of transgenic animal models and the production of replacement organs.
patent 9,458,439 claims the method of introducing chromosomal modifications at a locus by induction of double-stranded DNA cleavage using a chimeric restriction endonuclease and non-homologous end joining recombination (NHEJ).
Network analysis of complete genome sequences of similar CoVs underline the chimeric nature of the genome between TGEV and PEDV genome sequences (online Technical Appendix Figure, panel A, http://wwwnc.
Target: Chinese Chimeric Super Antigen Receptor T cell (CAR-T) cocktail therapy, Immuno-Oncology patents (pending), manufacturing technology, and clinical data
Spanish biologist Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte claiming that Pope Francis gave an ethical thumbs-up to research on animal/human genetic hybrids known as chimeric embryos, an allegation the Vatican swiftly denied (Scientific American)
Recently, chimeric antigen receptor-modified T- (CART-) cell-based therapy, an innovative approach to tumor treatment, was demonstrated to potentially exhibit MHC-independent antitumor effects.
com)-- DelveInsight, the leading market research and consulting company has received immense positive feedback on its report PD-1 and PD-L1 inhibitors and Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR)-T cell Immunotherapy - Competitive Landscape, Pipeline and Market Analysis, 2015.
Why use the term chimeric when it already possesses two distinct meanings?
The researchers, led by Dr Cristina Tufarelli, in the School of Graduate Entry Medicine and Health Sciences, discovered that the presence of this faulty genetic element - known as chimeric transcript LCT13 - is associated with the switching off of a known tumour suppressor gene (known as TFPI-2) whose expression is required to prevent cancer invasion and metastasis.
The defective CYP21A2 (1) (cytochrome P450, family 21, subfamily A, polypeptide 2) genes downstream of the TNXB (tenascin XB) gene in congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) (2) fall into 3 categories: (a) small-scale conversions from the CYP21A1P (cytochrome P450, family 21, subfamily A, polypeptide 1 pseudogene) gene, (b) spontaneous mutations, and (c) chimeric RCCX modules that include the chimeric CYP21A1P/CYP21A2 genes and chimeric genes of TNXA [tenascin XA (pseudogene)] and TNXB (1).
The team found that using a chimeric gene "can increase the production of polypeptide over 25%.