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adoptive

adjective adoptivus, appointive, choosing, discretional, elective, preferential, selective
Associated concepts: adoptive father, adoptive mother, adoptive parent, foster care, inheritance by adoptive parrnts, inheritance from adoptive parents, intestate succession, parental rights, wards of the juvenile court
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(c) Purified [Gr-1.sup.+] myeloid cells were adoptively transferred into the lungs of bleomycin-challenged mice at days 5 (D+5) or 14 (D+14) after bleomycin.
In this study, we used A20HA cells as a brain tumor experimental model to evaluate immunomodulatory effects of a brain lymphoma on adoptively transferred HA-specific [CD4.sup.+] T cells.
Miller, "Adoptively transferred anti-idiotype pulsed B cells mediate autoimmune myocarditis," Infection and Immunity, vol.
Splenocytes from naive C57BL/6 mice were loaded with SA/wt virus and adoptively transferred by retroorbital injection to vaccinated mice on day 21 after the second dose.
RA FLSs proliferate abnormally, show resistance to Fas-mediated apoptosis, and are able to induce cartilage destruction in the absence of other immune cells when adoptively transferred into SCID mice [5, 6].
In addition, T cells from immunized mice were capable of t ransferring immunity to naive recipients following adoptively transfer and challenge infection.
It has been shown that huNSG T cells can be transduced and adoptively transferred back to the same host to control viral infection [33].
Subsequently, bona fide, naive, effector, or memory phenotype GP33-specific CD[8.sup.+] T cells were adoptively transferred into the mice after inoculation.
Furthermore, the report of mild myositis in EAE rats that received adoptively transferred AQP4-specific T-cells [45] is also in agreement to our findings.
However, when pathogenic Th17 cells are adoptively transferred into mice lacking CCL21 or into wild-type mice, both groups show similar symptoms and rates of onset.
Similarly, neither did adoptively transfer allogeneic haploidentical NK cells into lympho-depleted patients in nonallogeneic HCT settings [90].
To further establish the role of STAT4-deficiency in T cell subsets, we adoptively transferred STAT4-deficient CD4+ or CD8+ cells in Rag1-/- mice.