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trillionn: the number 1,000,000,000,000; a million million
vesseln: a ship or large boat
originn: the first existence or beginning of something
solidadj: hard or firm; characterized by good substantial quality
skeletonn: the structure of bones in a human or animal body, or a framework of bones or other material that supports a plant
hollowadj: having a hole, empty space inside, or indentation on the surface
coren: the most essential or fundamental part of something
marrown: a soft, fatty, vascular substance in the cavities of bones, in which blood cells are produced; the choicest or most essential part of some idea or experience
tissuen: an ensemble of similar cells of the animal or plant that together carry out a specific function
essentialadj: indispensable; fundamental
stemn: the central part of something from which other parts can develop or grow; the part of a word common to all its inflected variants; (verb) to grow out of, have roots in, or originate in
constantlyadv: all the time
dividev: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups
differentiatev: to recognize or establish as being distinct; to distinguish between things that are compared; to calculate a derivative
plateletn: a small, disc-shaped blood cell that is involved in the formation of blood clots and the maintenance of hemostasis (the process by which the body stops bleeding)
circulationn: the movement of blood through the body or of a fluid through a system; the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold
bloodstreamn: the blood flowing through the body
capillaryn: a tube of small internal diameter; any of the minute tubes that carry blood
tracev: to find or discover someone or something that was lost
cancern: abnormal growth of cells that can invade and destroy surrounding tissues and organs; a disease characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells
geneticadj: of or relating to genes (= parts of the DNA in cells) or the science of genes
mutationn: the way in which genes of a person, plant, animal, or other organism change and produce permanent differences
interferev: to get involved in and prevent a process or activity from continuing
processn: a series of actions or operations performed to achieve a particular outcome or goal; a systematic procedure or approach used to accomplish a specific task or objective; a method of treating milk to make it suitable for consumption or use in other dairy products
malignantadj: having an evil or harmful nature or effect; cancerous, tending to invade or spread rapidly
patientn: a person who is receiving medical treatment, care, or attention from a healthcare professional, such as a doctor, nurse, or therapist; a personal quality or characteristic
advancev: to go or move forward; to develop in a positive way
leukemian: a type of cancer that affects the blood and bone marrow, in which abnormal white blood cells are produced and grow uncontrollably
lymphoman: a type of cancer that affects the body’s lymphatic system, which is responsible for fighting infection and disease
allogeneicadj: relating to a transplant or blood transfusion between individuals of different genetic backgrounds
transplantv: to move or transfer something from one place or person to another; to take living tissue or an organ from one person, animal, part of the body, etc. and put it into or onto another
replacev: to take the place of something
donorn: a person or an organization that makes a gift of money, food, supplies, etc. to a cause or fund; in medicine, a person who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person
extractn: a short passage taken from a book, piece of music, etc.; a substance obtained from something through a specific process; (verb) to obtain from something or to remove something by effort or force
filtern: any of several types of equipment or systems used to separate particles from liquids or gases or to remove specific forms of light
circulatev: to move continuously or freely around a place or closed system
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
componentn: one of several parts that combines with others to form something bigger
iliumn: the upper part of the hip bone in vertebrates, consisting of a broad, flaring blade and a curved, projecting socket that fits into the pelvis
crestn: a peak or ridge, especially on a mountain or wave; a decorative tuft or topknot
needlen: a thin, pointed object typically used for sewing or medical purposes; a metal or plastic instrument used for administering injections or drawing blood
recipientn: a person who receives something
chemotherapyn: the treatment of disease, particularly cancer, using special drugs that have a toxic effect on cancer cells; frequently used in conjunction with other therapies such as surgery and radiation
radiationn: the energy that comes from a nuclear reaction in the form of rays, waves, or particles and that can be hazardous to health
destroyv: to ruin or damage severely or completely; to eradicate or eliminate completely
immuneadj: protected against a particular disease or toxin due to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
infusev: to fill something with a particular quality, feeling, or influence; to imbue
initiallyadv: at the beginning; at first
peripheraladj: relating to, located on or near, or constituting an outer boundary or edge; not central or essential
moleculen: a group of two or more atoms held together by attractive forces known as chemical bonds
chemokinen: a type of protein that acts as a chemical messenger in the immune system, signaling to white blood cells where to go and what to do during an immune response
devicen: a piece of equipment, tool, or technology that serves a particular purpose or function, often mechanical or electronic
trafficn: the movement of vehicles, people, or goods along a route or through a transport system; the amount of such movement in a particular place or at a particular time
multiplyv: to add a number to itself a specified number of times; to increase or cause to increase very much in number or quantity
regeneratev: to improve or renew an area, institution, system, etc., especially by making it more active or successful
graftn: a transplanted portion of tissue or skin, often taken from one part of the body and used to repair or replace damaged or missing tissue in another part; a corrupt or illegal means of acquiring wealth or power through illicit or unethical methods
tumorn: a mass of diseased tissue that forms when cells in the body divide and grow in an uncontrolled way
Donn: a Spanish gentleman; a university lecturer, especially a senior member of a college at Oxford or Cambridge
wipev: to clean or dry something by rubbing with a piece of cloth or paper or one’s hand and removing dirt, food, or liquid
phenomenonn: something that exists and can be perceptible, especially one that is not fully understood
eradicatev: to get rid of or destroy something completely, especially something bad
stubbornadj: refusing to change one’s mind or behavior despite persuasion or evidence to the contrary; unyielding; difficult to move or change
diseasen: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
identicaladj: being the exact same one
twinn: either of two children born at the same time from the same mother
opposedadj: being completely different from something or disagreeing strongly with something
immunosuppressantn: a drug that lowers or stops the body’s normal immune response
medicationn: a drug or other form of medicine that treats, prevents, or alleviates the symptoms of the disease
rejectv: to refuse to accept, consider, or use something or someone
crucialadj: extremely vital or necessary
determinantn: a factor, circumstance, or condition that contributes to the shaping, influencing, or determining of a particular outcome or result
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
inheritv: to receive money, property, or a title from someone after they have died
siblingn: a brother or sister; member of a family born to the same parents
registryn: an official list or record that contains details of people, objects, or events; a computer system that stores and manages data about something; the act or process of registering something, such as an event, a person, or an object
volunteern: a person who performs or offers to perform a job or service without being paid for or forced to do
cheekn: either side of the face below the eye and between the nose and the jaw
swabn: a small piece of soft material used by a doctor, nurse, etc., for cleaning a cut or taking a sample from somebody’s body for testing; (verb) apply, usually a liquid, to a surface
donationn: a voluntary gift of money, service, or ideas that are given to a person or an organization, or the act of giving them
complicatedadj: involving a lot of different things or parts in a way that is difficult to understand or analyze
renewableadj: capable of being renewed, extended, or replaced

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