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allogenic

[¦a·lə¦jen·ik]
(ecology)
Caused by external factors, as in reference to the change in habitat of a natural community resulting from drought.
(geology)
(immunology)
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Identification of risk factors of postoperative allogenic transfusion and SCU stay will be useful in identifying patients who will stay longer.
The BMT unit will have facilities for both autologous and allogenic transplants," said Dr.
Clinical implication of allogenic implantation of adipogenic differentiated adipose-derived stem cells.
Otherwise, the cells had the same starting conditions regarding passage, origin from the same rabbit, allogenic transplantation, and viability.
Because CMV infections commonly occur after allogenic stem cell transplant, these serologic tests are used pretransplant to establish the serostatus which predicts the risk of developing disease, and guides the use of preemptive antiviral therapy.
Tissue sources for cultivation: The basic tissue sources for limbal epithelial cells are autologous limbal biopsy tissues, usually obtained from the patient's healthy fellow eye in unilateral cases, and allogenic limbal biopsy tissues obtained from a living relative or from a cadaver in bilateral cases.
Because allogenic bone marrow transplants are much more common than heart transplants and are also very expensive, they account for a greater share of U.S.
The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at the Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Centre, Narayana Health City, is recognized world-over as a leading referral centre for both autologous and allogenic stem cell transplant.
When discussing current cord blood clinical applications, it is important to address differences between autologous and allogenic stem cell transplantation, and in what type of conditions each type of transplantation is most applicable.
Servier and Transgene have signed a research agreement on the application of viral vectorization technology for the production of allogenic CAR-T cell therapies.
There are two approaches to delivering cell-based therapies or stem cell-impregnated cadaver tissues organs to patients - autologous or the same patient's cells, and allogenic or unrelated patients' cells, based on a human leukocyte antigen (HLA) match.
In the first procedure, dubbed PEARL for PrEsbyopic Allogenic Refractive Lenticule, the laser makes a small cut in the eye's cornea; then a slice of corneal tissue, called a lenticule, is removed through the cut.