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repeat stages of evolutionary development during the embryonic phase of life

repeat an earlier theme of a composition

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In a novel approach, this state-of-the-art culture technology will be used together with CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene-editing and human-in-mouse xenografts to prospectively recapitulate early breast cancer development.
The design also recapitulates the intestinal tissue-tissue interface, which allows fluids to flow above and below the intestinal cell layer, mimicking the luminal microenvironment on one side of the device and the flow of blood through capillary vessels on the other.
FEELING THE WAY Fantastic orchestration underlies tissue development; trying to recapitulate it in the lab is a daunting undertaking.
I'm simply amused that (this book) seems to recapitulate the dreams of a century of clean-state reformers, in either ignorance of, or willful inattention to, their notorious failure.
Atom Egoyan's Sarabande, featuring Lori Singer, Jan Rubes, Arsinee Khanjian and Don McKellar, is a drama that tries to recapitulate Bach's structural and emotional notions in a narrative form.
Debriefing is simply the practice of asking participants to recapitulate the flow of events during a given experience.
While we have no desire to recapitulate the tortuous path leading to the issuance of the hedging regulations, we do, nonetheless, reprise our congratulations to the government for providing guidance to quell many disputes concerning "plain-vanilla" hedging transactions for which controversy had reached Brobidingnagian proportions.
The fact that allocation of resources does not recapitulate the medical logic has not seemed to matter.
Research incorporating different brain cell types to promote neural circuit maturation and complexity in such cell models is expected to better recapitulate and give greater insight into AD pathological processes.
Human Organs-on-Chips are miniaturized devices created with microchip manufacturing that contain tiny hollow channels lined by living human cells and tissues cultured under continuous fluid flow and mechanical forcing regimens, such as cyclic breathing and peristalsis, which effectively recapitulate organ-level physiology and disease responses.
NG-XMTTM technology is designed to enable the isolation of monoclonal antibodies with antigen-specific activities that recapitulate or surpass those of the original affinity-purified polyclonal antibodies which are found in the sera of immunised rabbits and mice.
Yet more interesting in this regard (or at least more interesting than any checklist) was the degree to which the exhibition's conception seemed to recapitulate several of the theoretical impulses behind Bourriaud and Sans's Palais de Tokyo--including the fundamental acknowledgment that developments in technology during the past decade (and the corporate strategies for disseminating them) have continually altered the fabric of our experience and, more specifically, have made the kinds of time we encounter (and that artists, like "film editors," produce) more variable and diverse.
We can always count on Rick Kellis to recapitulate the old mantra of the liberal left, which is that if their minority extremism is defeated at the polls, there must have been culpability on the part of moderates, conservatives or the opposing party.
What we're all trying to do is recapitulate the properties of a small virus," says Francis Szoka of the University of California, San Francisco.
As new observations about human cancer biology emerge, additional mouse germline or other engineering approaches may be needed to recapitulate them in mice.