Medical Definition of Parabiotic
1. Relating to, or characterised by, parabiosis. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Parabiotic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"parabiotic animals do not develop as well as the normal, ... The most frequent cause of death in parabiotic animals is an increasing anemia and failure of ..."
2. The Internal Secretory Organs: Their Physiology and Pathology by Artur Biedl (1913)
"The extirpation of the pancreas of one parabiotic dog was followed by slight glycosuria only. The manner in which the wound healed and the absence of ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"... Frogs Volpe and Earley (1) have proposed that hybrid cells can be demonstrated in bone marrow cultures of diploid-trip- loid parabiotic chimeric frogs. ..."
4. A Text-book of physiology: For Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1907)
"It seems possible, however, that the reactions which are taken as characteristic of the parabiotic condition may be explained upon the assumption that the ..."
5. Mammalian Models for Research on Aging by Bennett J. Cohen, Institute Of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Research Council Staff (1981)
"In parabiotic gerbils, major antigenic differences between partners result in separation or death (Levine and Hoenig, l972). Effects of genetic homogeneity ..."
6. Novel Systems for the Study of Human Disease: From Basic Research to by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, SourceOECD (Online service) (1998)
"HERVEY, GR (1959), "The effects of lesions in the hypothalamus in parabiotic rats" J. Physiol. ..."
7. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1920)
"Sauerbruch and Heyde demonstrated that direct communication of blood vessels was proved between parabiotic rabbits, and that substances which are soluble in ..."