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“That's because most adult stem cells are tissue-specific -- but these mesenchymal stem cells are a little more diverse.”
“The activity of the Cre, or Flp, gene can be controlled by placing it under a suitable promoter to achieve tissue-specific gene targeting .”
“By introducing a tamoxifen site into a tissue-specific promoter, gene targeting can be obtained selectively in a certain tissue when the mouse is treated with the drug.”
“Consideration of the health effects of Chernobyl must take into account both tissue-specific doses due to isotope concentration and whole-body doses.”
“The full complexity of the exposure regime has not been adequately explored, and the estimation of whole-body and many tissue-specific doses is imprecise or unknown.”
“The most prominent tissue-specific dose is that to the thyroid, largely from 131I, with a smaller contribution from short-lived isotopes of iodine.”
“We would expect positive selection to work most effectively on tissue-specific genes, where there would be fewer conflicting requirements," says Wu.”
“These stem cells divided in the new environment and expressed several proteins necessary for hearing, suggesting tissue-specific differentiation.”
“But could such restoration be enhanced by using bone marrow stem cells, which can differentiate into various tissue-specific cell types”
“He asked the question, if I take that material, which is a natural material that usually induces healing in the small intestine, and I place it somewhere else on a person's body, would it give a tissue-specific response, or would it make small intestine if I tried to make a new ear?”
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