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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Profoundly corporeal, the Eucharist enacts the engrafting of Christians onto the corporeal election of Israel, now redeemed through the flesh of Jesus Christ.
Although Noah was Jewish, he wrote in 1850 that he personally opposed Article 11, saying it "was engrafting [Barlow's] private prejudices upon a solemn contract made with a foreign nation.
8)TEI believes that the principal effect of engrafting the accounting method rules on intercompany transactions will be to unduly burden taxpayers.
The existing patented technology of Xenerex is focused on engrafting mature human immune system cells into SCID mice and generating human monoclonal antibodies from immunization of these cells in the mice.
The first rigorous evaluation of patients with severe Parkinson's disease treated with brain tissue transplants from aborted fetuses not only failed to show an overall benefit but also demonstrated a calamitous side effect, ironically caused by the transplant engrafting too well.
Other researchers have partially healed spinal cord injuries in animals by blocking the inhibitory myelin proteins or engrafting peripheral nerve cells into the damaged areas (SN: 7/27/96, p.
Engrafting such a fickle time requirement on section 6662(e) by regulation is ill-advised and unwarranted.
This is an important step for the company since a demonstration of the engrafting potential of HSCs paves the way for our next generation products.
The grant will fund work over the next year to investigate whether our proprietary human liver engrafting cells (hLEC) can be made resistant to infection by the hepatitis C virus.
The grant will fund work over the next year to investigate whether the Company's proprietary human liver engrafting cells (hLEC) can be made resistant to infection by the hepatitis C virus.