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clone

noun a carbon copy created by genetic engiieering, a copy created by genetic engineering, a double created by genetic engineering, a facsimile created through genetic engineering, an exact copy created through genetic engineering, duplication created by geeetic engineering, production of a copy, production of a copy through genetic engineering, production of multiple identical copies, propagation asexually, propagation from a clone cell, replication created by genetic engineering, replication through genetic engineering, reproduction asexually
Associated concepts: bioethics, computer clone, embryo splitting, human clone
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Virulence factors cbp, fbp, speG, sicG, gfbA, and bca clustered clonally into the clades more likely to cause invasive disease
In all four tissues, BaP exposure increased the proportions of lacZ mutations that were clonally expanded (Figure 4; see also Table S3).
It has been shown in the previous studies that STEVOR proteins are clonally variable on the surface of the RBC and are able to change the antigenic properties of the RBCs, thus playing a major role in the antigenic variation of the late asexual parasite stages (27).
Clonally derived epithelial cells differentiated into cytokeratin+ gland-like structures in three-dimensional cultures.
Predominance of activated clonally expanded T helper type 17 cells within the CD4(+) T cell population in psoriatic lesions.
Activities of imipenem andcephalosporins against clonally related strains of Escherichia colihyper producing chromosomal AY-lactamases and showing alteredporin profiles.
scientists struggled to control "rogue" dandelion species in the imported seed samples and had quantified the ability of the clonally reproducing rogues to take over their kok-saghyz plantings.
However, the core biopsy revealed two IGK (134 bp and 235 bp) and one IGL (156 bp) clonally rearranged populations by the Multiplex polymerase chain reaction (1) in targeted regions.
Genetic and phenotypic variation among clonally propagated plants of a single donor clone is not required when purpose is only clonal propagation in plants like sugarcane.
CD24+ and CD44+ cells from individual tumors were clonally related but not always identical.
In primary systemic amyloidosis, clonally expanded plasma cells that are located in the bone marrow produce monoclonal immunuolobulin (Ig) light chains, and these light chains accumulate in the extracellular matrix of many organs, and later cause organ dysfunction.