... as chronic leukemia and acute leukemia . Chronic leukemia is the proliferation
of too many mature blood cells , and is called that because it is a ... leukemia and chronic lymphocytic leukemia . Acute leukemia is the proliferation
of too many immature blood cells, called myeloblasts , which have lost ...
... through the formation of granulation tissue . Healing involves the proliferation
of connective tissue cells and blood vessel -forming cells as a result ... function. 
Neoplasia , or "new growth," is a proliferation
of cells which is independent of any physiological process. The most ...
... and triclosan are at the present time the most used molecules. This original property allows to fight the development of bad smells, bacterial proliferation
in the diabetic foot etc.
In the new paradigm of tissue engineering , professionals are trying to develop new ...
Canadian Health Libraries Association
The formation of this Ad-hoc committee arose at this meeting (it was not specifically on the pre-circulated agenda), as it was clear that the proliferation
of Canadian health library groups was not in the best interests of Canadian health sciences librarians. It was important then, as now, that Canadian ...
... warfare • Nuclear arms race • Nuclear weapon design • Effects of nuclear explosions • Nuclear testing • Nuclear delivery • Nuclear proliferation
• List of states with nuclear weapons • List of nuclear tests
... , the cells are considered mature T cells, and not thymocytes.
Thymocytes that gain oncogenic mutations allowing uncontrolled proliferation
can become thymic lymphomas .
As well as classical T cells, a number of alternative cell lineages develop in the ...