xenogeneic


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xenogeneic

[¦zēn·ə·jə′nē·ik]
(immunology)
Referring to cells, tissues, or organs used in transplantation that originate in a different species.
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The commercially used xenogeneic decellularized by-products are for urinary bladder, heart valves, and small intestinal sub mucosa.
Generally, when using the tissues of neonatal donor animals, the xenogeneic sperms are fertilization-competent after ICSI I and support the development of embryos (1), (4), (8) and birth of offspring (9).
In the 1990s, the FDA promulgated guidance that classified MSCs and adipose stem cells as somatic cell therapy products (autologous, allogeneic, or xenogeneic living cells, which have been manipulated, processed, or expanded) and excluded them from the list of HCT/Ps that the FDA intended to regulate solely under Section 361.
Novel SLA-DQ alleles and their recombinant molecules in xenogeneic stimulation of human T cells.
In 1995, Jeff Getty, a late-stage AIDS patient and AIDS activist, was the driving force behind personally receiving a xenogeneic baboon bone marrow transplant with the hope that the baboon's natural AIDS resistance would save his life.
Xenogeneic extracellular matrix grafts elicit a TH2-restricted immune response.
Induction of immunological tolerance in chickens inoculated with xenogeneic antigens at an early stage of embryonic development.
Does it involve the use of hESCs, iPSCs, or xenogeneic material?
Informed consent: cultural and religious issues associated with the use of allogeneic and xenogeneic mesh products.