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Synonyms for marrow

Synonyms for marrow

Synonyms for marrow

the fatty network of connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones

any of various squash plants grown for their elongated fruit with smooth dark green skin and whitish flesh

very tender and very nutritious tissue from marrowbones

large elongated squash with creamy to deep green skins

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Increasing worldwide prevalence of cancers and anemia is the major driver for the growth of global bone marrow transplant market.
8% of the cases the bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsy showed same diagnosis i.
In this present series we aim to study the clinical presentation, peripheral smear examination and bone marrow findings of diseases homing in and infiltrating the marrow in children less than 3 years of age.
Previous research had shown that certain bone marrow cells can be coaxed into becoming fat cells in the lab.
He remembers how aggressive Myrna's cancer was and said he knew a bone marrow transplant was possibly the only cure.
The Harvard team conducted gene expression analysis and bone marrow transplantation studies on mice that had been sterilized through chemotherapy.
Bone marrow transplant patients must remain in germ-free isolation for a period of time after the procedure because of their depressed immune systems.
Robert is back in chemotherapy again, but the best course of treatment for him now is a bone marrow transplant.
In his influential 1980 book on Chesnutt's literary career, Andrews states that The Marrow of Tradition - although an important "social statement in literature of its time" - "today .
Ideally, transplanted bone marrow would supply the needed disease-fighting cells.
Pluristem expects its first products to be cell grafts that will provide an efficient and superior alternative to the standard procedure of bone marrow transplantation.
Objective: To see the efficacy of disposable spinal needle in diagnostic bone marrow aspiration.
All Winkelman knew was that his bone marrow had given a woman dying of leukemia new life.
To determine whether the protein plays a part in how stem cells operate, Zhang, Lindquist, and their Whitehead colleagues Andrew Steele and Harvey Lodish compared the blood and the blood-producing stem cells found in bone marrow in normal mice and in mice missing the gene for PrP.