engraft

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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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In 1995, Leonard Shultz and his group at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, created an improved strain called the NOD/SCID mouse, which allowed more types of human cells to grow when engrafted in mice.
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.
Researchers confirmed 2 percent of the neurospheres on average were successfully engrafted and functioning in the monkeys' brains.
consists in the fact that, in narratives generated from the scriptural narrative, by which theological constructions imagine alien claims and communities somehow engrafted into the divine economy, Christ is the One toward whom the narratives run and from whom their truth (to the extent that they are true) derives.
These colors--ranging from white, green, black, red, and yellow to "blanched almonds," "gawky yellow," "fairy-tale green," "pale amber," "pinkish orange," "pinkish red," "yellowish green," "scarlet, purple," and "reddish brown"--create a phantasmagoric atmosphere glistening with diverse attitudes and moods of the painter--from the burdens of loneliness to impassioned delight in motherhood, from an engrafted sisterhood to sculpted silence.
Using your own cells in this way would mean that your immune system wouldn't reject the newly engrafted tissues, since the tissues would be a perfect match.
The gentiles were saved by faith without the full obligation of the Torah, but they had to remember that it is the tree that supports the engrafted branches; the wild branches do not supplant the tree.
Hence, recent legislation has added penalties and engrafted other compliance provisions on to the Internal Revenue Code to raise money.