chemosensitive love

Definitions

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  • adjective That is sensitive to changes in its chemical environment

Etymologies

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chemo- +‎ sensitive

Examples

  • The chemosensitive receptors within its body will become irritated and the body will release a nerve poison.

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  • The chemosensitive receptors within its body will become irritated and the body will release a nerve poison.

    The Man Who Used The Universe

  • The chemosensitive mice with AML1 / ETO-triggered leukemia had a distinct gene expression "signature" that was absent in the others; the genes whose expression was most significantly altered in the sensitive mice belong to a network controlled by p53 - the gene that masterminds the cell's anti-tumor defense.

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  • This activation was critical for a favorable outcome: when the team knocked out p53 in the chemosensitive mice, their leukemia became drug-resistant and aggressive.

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  • "When we see somebody who has a very chemosensitive disease, that's a sign they may require less therapy," Neglia said.

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  • "HSCT has become the standard of care for many patients with defined congenital or acquired disorders of the hematopoietic system [pertaining to the formation of blood cells] or with chemosensitive, radiosensitive, or immunosensitive malignancies.

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  • "HSCT has become the standard of care for many patients with defined congenital or acquired disorders of the hematopoietic system [pertaining to the formation of blood cells] or with chemosensitive, radiosensitive, or immunosensitive malignancies.

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  • "HSCT has become the standard of care for many patients with defined congenital or acquired disorders of the hematopoietic system [pertaining to the formation of blood cells] or with chemosensitive, radiosensitive, or immunosensitive malignancies.

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