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  • noun The act of engrafting or something engrafted

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Expansion of both HSCs and HPCs are essential, since the committed progenitors give rise to an immediate short term engraftment where as the primitive

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  • 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.

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  • Of the 29 mice that were transplanted with single human stem cells, five gave rise to human cells, indicating that a pure population of cells was achieved and that these cells reconstituted myeloid, B-cell, and T-cell lineages for 18 weeks; this duration is considered long-term engraftment in mouse studies.

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  • This lack of long-term engraftment may reflect transduction of a more mature progenitor cell incapable of continuous self-renewal.

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  • Of the 29 mice that were transplanted with single human stem cells, five gave rise to human cells, indicating that a pure population of cells was achieved and that these cells reconstituted myeloid, B-cell, and T-cell lineages for 18 weeks; this duration is considered long-term engraftment in mouse studies.

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  • Of the 29 mice that were transplanted with single human stem cells, five gave rise to human cells, indicating that a pure population of cells was achieved and that these cells reconstituted myeloid, B-cell, and T-cell lineages for 18 weeks; this duration is considered long-term engraftment in mouse studies.

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  • 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

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  • 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

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  • v. another term for Graft.

    April 26, 2020