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graft (something) on

To connect or join two things, typically living things (such as plants or human tissue). Can the burn doctor really graft healthy skin cells on?
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graft (something) onto (something)

To connect or join two things, typically living things (such as plants or human tissue). Can the doctor really graft healthy skin cells onto that burned area?
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graft away

To work laboriously on something. Primarily heard in UK. Sean's really been grafting away on his term paper—I hope he gets an A. If you really graft away, you might be able to get this house cleaned in a couple hours, but geez, it'll be a lot of work.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

graft something on(to) something

 and graft something on
to splice a living part onto another living part. The gardener grafted a red rose onto the stem of another species. The gardener grafted on a red rose.
See also: graft, on
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The different graft materials used for tympanoplasty are temporalis fascia, cartilage, perichondrium, vein, fat, dura mater, and periosteum etc.3,5 Temporalis fascia is the most preferable graft material used by surgeon with success rate of 93-97% in primary tympanoplasties.
The rationale of this study is that tragal perichondrium graft is strong, thin, easily available and easier to manipulate than tragal cartilage.
Follow-up angiography was not performed routinely in all the patients, and hence, the number of angiographic arterial grafts was limited, particularly the RGEA.
Immediately after grafting, the plants were transferred to a healing chamber or mist chamber and kept for seven days at RH >95%, 29AdegC and darkness (shaded conditions) for graft union healing.
Other non-invasive techniques like exercise ECG, stress myocardial imaging and stress echo are also available for the assessment of post CBAG patients however they lack the anatomical details of the grafts and native vessels.
A CTA revealed a dissection flap involving the synthetic graft without evidence of graft thrombosis.
Studies on incompatibility between some pear and quince grafts. The Journal of Horticultural Science, London, v.26, p.238-245, 1951.
When grafts of more than 2 cm diameter are needed, Dr.
Venaflo[R] II vascular grafts are made of ePTFE material with carbon impregnated into the inner portions of the graft wall (see Figure 2).
New cells that form at the graft union are thin-walled and very susceptible to drying out, which must be avoided.
In the present study, 20.38% of grafts survived when jabuticabeira Acu was grafted onto rootstocks of the same species (Table 2 and Figure 2).
The diameter, blood velocity, and blood flow of vein grafts were measured intraoperatively and 4 weeks after the operation using the Vevo 2100 Imaging System (VisualSonics Inc., Canada).
However new application and culture techniques have led to growing consumer attraction towards frozen skin graft. According to the current scenario, several surgeons have pointed out that frozen skin graft has been significantly beneficial for treating full-thickness burns.
Summary: Fact.MR has announced the addition of the " Frozen Skin Graft Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Review 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.