Other articles related to "stem, stems":
... Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Therapies Several trials are underway to continue to improve the effectiveness and reduce the risks of bone marrow and stem cell transplants ... Central or South America, or China that would be happy to take your money and have you believe stem cell infusions will "cure" MLD ... Institute are testing a novel approach combining gene therapy with a stem cell transplant ...
... category in Kulung and are formed by the addition of an affix to a verb stem ... is characterised by a system of complex pronominalisation, in which paradigmatic stem alternation is found ... Depending on the number of verbal stems and their position in the verbal paradigm, every verb in Kulung belongs to a certain conjugation type ...
... A stem cell possesses two properties Self-renewal, which is the ability to go through numerous cycles of cell division while still maintaining its undifferentiated state ... and believe that unipotent self-renewing stem cells can exist ... that a particular subpopulation of cells possesses stem cell properties in vivo is challenging, and so considerable debate exists as to whether some proposed stem cell ...
... she is conducting the first human clinical trial of a stem cell therapy for ALS ... Michigan citizens on the importance of stem cell research in the study and treatment of disease ... a constitutional amendment lifting restrictions on stem cell research in the state ...
... To the left and behind the Şehzade Türbe is the türbe of Grand Vizier Rüstem Pasha, also by Sinan ... Rüstem Pasha was the son-in-law of Suleiman the Magnificent ... As at the Rüstem Pasha Mosque, an overwhelming quantity of Iznik tiles was used ...
Famous quotes containing the word stem:
“Apples? New Hampshire has them, but unsprayed,
With no suspicion in stem end or blossom end
Of vitriol or arsenate of lead,
And so not good for anything but cider.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“The melon is growing but its stem is shriveling.”
—Russian popular saying, trans. by Vladimir Ivanovich Shlyakov (1993)
on the bitter stem of your nectared
rose, you know
the dreamy stench of death and fling
magenta shawls delicately
about your brown shoulders laughing.”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)