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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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44) 2010 30 Autologous 44 Expiant 14 Allogenic Schwab et al.
Caption: FIGURE 5: Allogenic cadaver graft of fascia lata was double-wrapped around the ulna and sutured on itself.
Recombinant proteins were analyzed in the allogenic screening using sera of patients with different histological types and tumor grades compared with sera of healthy individuals.
1 ml of PBS containing 5 x 10 [sup]5 allogenic MSCs, and the control side of the knee joint received 0.
Athanasiou, "Success Rates and Immunologic Responses of Autogenic, Allogenic, and Xenogenic Treatments to Repair Articular Cartilage Defects," Tissue Engineering.
These findings suggest that there is probably an allogenic succession between the two reef units.
For the first time, we propose to consider malignant tumor formation during transplantation of allogenic internal organs in terms of karyogamic theory of carcinogenesis [11].
4] Allogenic bone marrow transplant done in some severe cases of GT has led to normalization of bleeding time, and normal platelet glycoprotein [alpha]IIb/[beta]3 complex levels.
Xenogenic and allogenic cellular antigens are recognized as foreign by the host and results in adverse inflammatory responses [2].
A light supper was provided by Pacific Surgical and the evening finished with a presentation by Margaret Light, Area Manager for Pacific Surgical on Allogenic Blood transfusion, the risks and benefits and the guidelines and recommended best practices governing their use.
of Minnesota) provide clinical and scientific researchers with 12 chapters on research on allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) and implications for translational practice.
For guided bone regeneration there were used various allogenic soft materials such as acellular dermal matrix (Novaes, Grisi, Molina, Souza et al.