cell-transfer therapy n.
A therapeutic technique in which cells from an individual with a disease, usually cancer, are removed and genetically modified to make the cells cytotoxic or to improve their cytotoxic abilities before they are returned to the donor.
- Cell-mediated reaction
cell-mediated reaction n. See cell-mediated immune response.
the principal enclosed chamber of a classical temple. the entire central structure of a classical temple. Historical Examples noun (pl) -lae (-liː) the inner room of a classical temple, esp the room housing the statue of a deity Also called naos
CELLular ASsemblies. A concurrent block-structured language. [Mentioned in “Attribute Grammars”, LNCS 323, p.97]. (1994-12-05) Historical Examples