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autologous

[ȯ′täl·ə·gəs]
(biology)
Derived from or produced by the individual in question, such as an autologous protein or an autologous graft.
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There is also the benefit that some religions are against the receipt of donor blood and the autologous system can overcome this.
enough data: High-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem cell rescue for breast cancer.
You would have to collect an infected autologous unit, not test the unit, and then give that unit to the wrong person.
Although it would seem that infected autologous and homologous units present the same degree of risk, they actually do not.
Profiles autologous tissue repair market participants, their technology, product development activity, and business strategies
8220;My clinical experience with autologous bone marrow aspirate concentrate in over 500 cases has produced dramatic clinical results in patient outcomes, which prompted the invention of the Bio-MAC catheter.
Although this increased response is not an ideal quality for a laser resurfacing procedure (because it can stimulate the formation of hypertrophic scarring), autologous plate let gel might still play a role in the treatment of deep partial-thickness to full-thickness burns.
While most high-dose studies have involved leukemias and solid tumors called lymphomas, a combination of high-dose chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplantation also looks promising in breast cancer patients and may ultimately prove useful for other tumors, says Karen Antman of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Autologous and homologous transfusion programs complement each other.
OTCBB: FCSC) is a biotechnology company focused on the development of autologous (personalized) cell therapies for aesthetic, medical and scientific applications.
Fibrocell and Intrexon will endeavor to engineer autologous fibroblast cells genetically corrected to produce tenascin-X (TN-X), a protein that is deficient in the connective tissue of a subset of EDS-HT patients.
The potential economic benefits of autologous tissue repair are significant, as an aging population struggles with intractable ailments that historically have required numerous follow-up provider visits.

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