Marrow may refer to:

  • Bone marrow, the flexible tissue interior to bone
  • Squash (plant), called "vegetable marrow" in British English.
  • Marrow (comics), a character in the X-Men comic series
  • Marrow (novel), a science fiction novel by Robert Reed
  • The Marrow Controversy, occasioned by the republication of The Marrow of Modern Divinity in 1718
  • A Cumbrian colloquialism for friend

Other articles related to "marrow":

Chickenwings - Membership - After M-Day
... were Angel Dust, Boost, Callisto, Delphi, Irving, Marrow, Postman, Qwerty, Shatter, Tether and the probability of Feral and Thornn ... In one of Generation M's "Ex-Mutants' Diaries," Sally interviews Marrow about the Morlocks ... Marrow reports that 80% of the remaining Morlocks (which was most likely already very small) are depowered now and look like humans ...
... A leukoerythroblastic picture on blood film can be the bone marrow response to any irritation including marrow infiltration ... Marrow infiltrative disorders include myelomas, malignancy, myelofibrosis, Gaucher’s disease etc ... Seen in bone marrow failure, myelofibrosis and extramedullary haemopoiesis ...
Syngeneic Bone Marrow Transplantation
... Syngeneic bone marrow transplantation is a procedure in which a person receives bone marrow donated by his or her healthy identical twin ...
Bone Marrow Derived Macrophage
... Bone marrow derived macrophage (BMDM) refers to a white blood cell that is generated in a research laboratory from mammalian bone marrow ... Undifferentiated bone marrow cells are cultured in granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF) for at least five to seven days ...

Famous quotes containing the word marrow:

    Oh literature, oh the glorious Art, how it preys upon the marrow in our bones. It scoops the stuffing out of us, and chucks us aside. Alas!
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Our hearts seemed safe in our breasts and sang to the
    The marrow in the bone
    We dreamed was safe . . . the blood in the veins, the
    sap in the tree
    Were springs of Deity.
    Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    Death is someone you see very clearly with eyes in the center of your heart: eyes that see not by reacting to light, but by reacting to a kind of a chill from within the marrow of your own life.
    Thomas Merton (1915–1968)