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cause to grow together parts from different plants

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fix or set securely or deeply

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We have seen children who have engrafted, their skin got better, and then they died of infection many months after transplant.
Double-immunofluorescence staining was employed to visualize the cellular colocalization of BrdU and Nestin for engrafted BMSCs and neuronal stem cells.
A team at John Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore found that when mice with damaged retinas were injected with the cells, they successfully engrafted and repaired damaged blood vessels in retinal tissue.
Zambidis said that they were able to create twice as many well-functioning vascular stem cells as compared with iPSCs made with other methods, and, "more importantly these cells engrafted and integrated into functioning blood vessels in damaged mouse retina.
The investigators then used a choose set of interpretation aspects to turn back the molecular time just a little on these devoted myeloid cells, changing them into veins progenitors that easily engrafted and categorized when replanted into mice.
When long-term accepted heart grafts were then recovered from the MAPC-treated animals and re-transplanted into yet another group of untreated animals (genetically identical to the first group of recipients), they engrafted successfully without triggering rejection.
The patches were engrafted onto the hearts of laboratory rats that had induced heart attacks.
The engrafted bioengineered tooth displayed physiological tooth functions such as mastication, periodontal ligament function for bone remodeling and responsiveness to noxious stimulations.
He said that United States has engrafted a new history by announcing barbarian punishment of 86 years incarceration to Dr.
RECEIVE with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save our souls.
Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.
All patients successfully engrafted following conditioning chemotherapy.
The film's setting is England in 2019, years after a quasi-fascist party led by Chancellor Sutler (John Hurt) has seized power and engrafted a garrison state onto the country's traditional institutions.
The six factors are the proportion of engrafted human cells, neural development, the nonhuman primate species, brain size, site of integration, and brain pathology.
These cells also engrafted successfully into Non-obese Diabetic/Severe Combined Immunodeficient (NOD/SCID mice), whereas CD138 positive cells did not engraft.