Examples of Ablated
With this strategy, cells can either be labeled fluorescently or ablated using the same reporter.
(Nature Methods, )
Transplanted embryonic neurons can functionally replace ablated neurons in the primary visual cortex in adult mice.
(Nature Reviews Neuroscience, )
For example, we predict that, within the class of DD motor neurons, only three (DD04, DD05, or DD06) should affect locomotion when ablated individually.
For a better understanding of the importance of this obesity-linked PPARγ phosphorylation, we created mice that ablated Cdk5 specifically in adipose tissues.
We previously observed in mice in which β-cells are completely ablated that the pancreas reconstitutes new insulin-producing cells in the absence of autoimmunity.
Xu, Fillmore and colleagues generated genetically engineered mice in which Stk11 (which encodes LKB1) and Pten are inducibly ablated through nasal administration of Cre recombinase.
(Nature Reviews Cancer, )
The oligometastatic paradigm implies that patients who develop a small number of metastatic lesions might achieve long-term survival if all these lesions are ablated with surgery or stereotactic radiotherapy.
(Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, )
However, even at the temperature of its dayside, its atmosphere probably resembles the molecule-dominated atmospheres of other planets and, given the level of ultraviolet irradiation it experiences, its atmosphere is unlikely to be substantially ablated over the lifetime of its star.
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