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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

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Only one complication was insertional (lung laceration).
effectiveness PiggyBac Elimination of Inefficient transposons insertional excision, potential mutagenesis; no for genomic toxicity footprint upon excision; higher genome integration efficiency Protein Free of genetic Slow kinetics, low materials; direct efficiency; delivery of difficulties in reprogramming factor generation and proteins purification of reprogramming protein Small molecules Ease of handling; no More than one requirements for target, toxicity reprogramming factors Type Transgene Efficiency Ref.
Wang et al., "Insertional oncogenesis in 4 patients after retrovirus-mediated gene therapy of SCID-X1," The Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
Comparison of results of retrocalcaneal decompression for retrocalcaneal bursitis and insertional Achilles tendinosis with calcific spur.
Needle electromyography (EMG) of left tibialis anterior and peroneus longus muscles showed increased insertional activity, fibrillation (2+), positive sharp waves (2+) and reduced recruitment (Table 2).
Maternal whole chromosome FISH analysis detected reciprocal translocation between the p arm of chromosome 2 and q arm of chromosome 7 while there was an extra signal belonging to chromosome 7 on the long arm of chromosome 2 showing an insertional translocation.
In vivo emergence of colistin resistance in Klebsiella pneumoniae producing KPC-type carbapenemases mediated by insertional inactivation of the PhoQ/PhoP mgrB regulator.
Eccentric loading compared with shock wave therapy for chronic insertional Achilles tendinopathy.
(14) Ultrasound can also distinguish bony changes that can occur in the context of insertional tendinopathy.
In the diagnostic world, this could lead to the false positive assertion that there is an insertional (likely frameshifting) event, creating a potentially erroneous diagnosis.
This family of serine/threonine kinases was first recognized in a retroviral insertional mutagenesis study [1, 2].