Systemic mastocytosis with associated clonal
haematological non-mast cell lineage diseases: a histopathological challenge.
Almost twice as many genetic lineages detected in Chhatak were detected in Mathbaria: 5 clonal
complexes and 5 singletons.
In addition, 94 consecutive molecular tests that were interpreted as positive for a clonal
amplicon were identified, and the data were reviewed.
3) and others have indicated, a single biopsy may not reflect the composition of the entire tumor, owing to the clonal
The fossil record shows that if a species could shift from clonal
to sexual reproduction it survived.
The integration of US2 was confirmed in four clonal
cell lines (3-71, 4-11, 4-49, 4-114) by using PCR (Figure 1).
That's how we tell a clonal
seed from a sexual one, and learn which hawthorn trees are cloning themselves-which informs our decisions about whether to recognize a new species.
Each of BioE's MLPC clonal
stem cell lines was derived from a distinct, individual cell and is genetically normal.
coli strain belonging to a single clonal
group sparked concerns about a possible association with contaminated food products.
At the ARS National Clonal
Germplasm Repository in Corvallis, Oregon, researchers are studying "minor crops", fruits that may be popular in other countries, to see if they can be successfully grown in the US.
The Sustainable Forest Productivity technology platform focused its sessions on issues related to the development and large-scale deployment of softwood clonal
forestry, principally loblolly pine.
Less than an hour's drive north of Eugene, the oddly named National Clonal
Germplasm Repository maintains what may be the largest collection of living pears in the world.