isograft


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isograft

[′ī·sə‚graft]
(biology)
A tissue transplant from one organism to another organism which is genetically identical.
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Van Schilfgaarde, "The efficacy of intraperitoneal pancreatic islet isografts in the reversal of diabetes in rats," Transplantation, vol.
The positive staining was evident in the isograft group (b1) and lycopene group (b3), while, in the allograft group (b2), it was significantly decreased.
The two sponge pieces for isografts and allografts were held together with number zero stainless steel pins attached to a Styrofoam board floating in a tank of running cold seawater.
There was no observable difference between resorption of isografts or allografts [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1a, c OMITTED].
Effects of vascular endothelial growth factor on islet isografts. Transplant Proc 2002;34:2690-2.
Clare-Salzler, "Destruction of islet isografts by severe nonspecific inflammation," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.
demonstrated that 2DSE was able to differentiate myocardial function between rejection in allografts and nonrejection in isografts. Therefore 2DSE might potentially help with clinical practice in terms of early rejection monitoring [10].