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Synonyms for xenograft

tissue from an animal of one species used as a temporary graft (as in cases of severe burns) on an individual of another species

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"Xenograft tumor growth of lung SCC [...] and esophageal SCC [...] was significantly inhibited upon ketogenic diet as compared to normal chow fed groups," said the study.
In groups 2, 3 and 4, the extraction sockets (left and right) were treated with xenograft, alloplastic graft 1 and alloplastic graft 2, respectively.
BioDuro biology maintains an advanced in vivo oncology capability, including 18,000 sq ft AAALAC accredited vivarium, cell-derived xenograft, patient-derived xenograft, and syngeneic oncology models, with animal imaging and multi-color flow cytometry for immune cell analysis.
Establishment of the Orthotopic Pancreatic Cancer Cell Mouse Xenograft Model and Treatment Protocol.
Smith, "Relationship between differentially expressed mRNA and mRNA-protein correlations in a xenograft model system," Scientific Reports, vol.
The aim of this study was to evaluate, at 4 years, the clinical success and radiographical bone gain in the treatment of a posterior atrophic maxilla, using short-threaded implants by means of crestal sinus floor elevation with collagen sponges in combination to implant placement when possible and collagen sponges plus xenograft when a staged approach was required.
Yung and colleagues review the role of human natural killer (NK) cells in the pathophysiological mechanisms leading to xenograft rejection (in The Role ofNK Cells in Pig-to-Human Xenotransplantation).
Genomic characterization of a large panel of patient-derived hepatocellular carcinoma xenograft tumor models for preclinical development.
Classically, cell biology research and drug development in CRC have relied on in vitro monolayer human tumor-derived cell lines and in vivo xenograft mice; however, previous clinical application has taught us that reliance on these models is limiting.[sup][5] Recently, developed three-dimensional (3D) models can overcome these deficiencies.
To overcome this limitation, multiple efforts have been undertaken to establish and characterize large collections of patient-derived tumor xenograft (PDX) models--mice implanted with cancerous tissue from human patients--for cancer research.
Using western blot assays, we detected the apoptotic and autophagic markers in both CRC cells and mouse xenograft tumor models.
RTI offers spine implants such as anterior cervical plate system, vertebral body replacement system, bicortical spacer, tricortical spacer, unicortical spacer, bone graft substitutes, bridge implant, cancellous chips and cubes, dbm pastes and putties, and xenograft cancellous chips and cubes.
Immunoblotting or immunohistochemistry was used to assess the cellular proliferation and apoptosis in xenograft tumour tissue.
Genome remodeling in a basal-like breast cancer metastasis and xenograft. Nature 2010; 464:999-1005.
Differential response to abiraterone acetate and di-n- butyl phthalate in an androgensensitive human fetal testis xenograft bioassay.