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1. To remove, and plant in another place; as, to transplant trees.

2. To remove, and settle or establish for residence in another place; as, to transplant inhabitants. Being transplanted out of his cold, barren diocese of St. David into a warmer climate. (Clarendon)

Origin: F. Transplanter, L. Transplantare; trans across, over _ plantare to plant. See Plant.

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Stem Cells

... can also have no effect whatsoever if the disease is not caught early enough or if the patient doesn't meet certain requirements for a stem cells transplant. Immune suppression does not come from stem cells treatment, but from using radiation before the transplant in order to remove the "sick" ...

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by Sumanth001
Sun Dec 08, 2013 12:53 pm
Forum: Genetics
Topic: Stem Cells
Replies: 5
Views: 7519

My “Eureka” moment. A cure for cancer.

... in some cases that is a price worth paying to beat the cancer? It's more of a useful treatment option where medicine can offer an artificial or transplant option to replace damaged tissue of type X, or restore the lost function, as required. For those remaining stubbornly phase-2-insenstive ...

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by PeterDow
Fri Oct 25, 2013 12:14 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: My “Eureka” moment. A cure for cancer.
Replies: 9
Views: 19587

Re: Brain size=IQ level theory (Blacks vs Whites & Asians)

... that people from my part of Africa generally have larger heads (and larger brains) than whites and Asians. We have broad features. If you were to transplant my nose and my mouth onto the average white guy's face, half of it would be obscured. If a real racial hierarchy in intelligence existed ...

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by Seth90210
Thu May 23, 2013 11:06 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Brain size=IQ level theory (Blacks vs Whites & Asians)
Replies: 75
Views: 332788

Re: question for evolutionary biologist.

... at the end is very helpful. Hopefully at the end of this instructive video you will appreciate the biological engineering that is needed just to transplant a new chromosome into an existing living cell. This of course does not take account as to how the genetic code underpinning the translation ...

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by scottie
Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:03 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: question for evolutionary biologist.
Replies: 26
Views: 34583

Re: Cell proliferation limit and senescence (ES and fibroblasts)

... (which would be trans-differentiated) and describe how this difference plays a role when thinking about engineering organs, for example a heart transplant. Any help? How do ES cells and fibroblasts compare with regards to the Hayflick limit? _______________________________________________________________________ ...

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by kaushalmku
Sun Apr 22, 2012 7:31 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Cell proliferation limit and senescence (ES and fibroblasts)
Replies: 2
Views: 3609
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