- n. The act of engrafting or something engrafted
“Expansion of both HSCs and HPCs are essential, since the committed progenitors give rise to an immediate short term engraftment where as the primitive”
“These cells sustained superior long term engraftment and an efficient regeneration of major lympho-myeloid lineages in the bone marrow of NOD/SCID mouse compared to the cells expanded with growth factors alone.”
“Choi CW, Kim BS, Seo JH, Shin SW, Kim YH, Kim JS (2001) Long term engraftment stability of peripheral blood stem cells cryopreserved using the dump-freezing method in a − 80 degrees C mechanical freezer with 10\% dimethyl sulfoxide.”
“This lack of long-term engraftment may reflect transduction of a more mature progenitor cell incapable of continuous self-renewal.”
“We have shown that despite expansion of the HSC compartment, SHIP deficient mice have reduced long-term engraftment capacity and have an altered homing capacity due to reductions in key chemotaxis and adhesion receptors”
“When laboratory mice were injected with these cells, they would acquire the leukemia—a process known as engraftment because it was akin to transferring a piece of normal tissue a graft from one animal to another.”
“Postnatal booster injections increase engraftment after in utero stem cell transplantation.”
“Crombleholme TM, Harrison MR, Zanjani ED: Transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells in utero: The role of donor T-cells in engraftment and the development of GVHD.”
“Engraftment Monitoring (Chimerism) testing is performed to assess the % of donor engraftment.”
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