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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Sanchez Rodriguez et al., "Xenogeneic Graft-versus-Host-Disease in NOD-scid IL-2Rynull Mice Display a T-Effector Memory Phenotype," PLoS ONE, vol.
Immunocompromised xenogeneic mouse models with transplantable human sarcoma cells and cell lines do not allow for assessment of antitumor immune responses but can provide information regarding, for example, the pharmacokinetics of the intratumoral injection.
In this study, we used xenogeneic cells; hence, future experiments involving the implantation of equine MSCs into an articular cartilage defect in a horse model should be carried out to confirm the results and thus investigate the effectiveness of this treatment.
Preclinical studies have shown that xenogeneic and allogeneic transplant of cells derived from the placenta reduced lung fibrosis in bleomycin-treated mice (13), and the use of human AM fragments in the ischemic heart of mice resulted in improved cardiac function (14).
Xenogeneic: First Contact is an unusual twist on the usual alien "first contact" story in that the aliens that come to Earth have done so because they were the losers of their first civil war in a distant star system, and have arrived to take over Earth.
Synopsis: Xenogeneic is a science fiction thriller about first contact with an alien race that lost their civil war and wants to take over Earth.
Using MTT assay, we evaluated the amount of TPO produced by OVCAR-3 stimulated or not by aPC, by comparing the survival of Ba/F3 cells incubated with xenogeneic TPO and cocultured with aPC-stimulated OVCAR-3 (Figure 6(c)).
There are various products available on the market: Epiflex is a cell-free dermis allograft, which is up to now the only licensed medicinal HADM product in German-speaking countries; Strattice is a sterile, acellular reconstructive tissue matrix, which is derived from porcine dermis; Tutomesh (BADM) is an avital, acellular, and xenogeneic membrane made from bovine pericardium.
2014 CS+SF (ratio NA) in the In vitro: isolation of [30] form of conduits Schwann cell EMC derived impregnated with EMC (DA: from rats NA; MW: NA) In vivo: implantation in sciatic nerve defects in adult Sprague-Dawley rats; HT and IHC analyses; electrophysiological tests Control group: acellular xenogeneic nerve graft Sample: not specified Wang et al.
And a large variety of biomaterials capable of promoting wound healing have been derived from allogeneic or xenogeneic resources, chemical or recombinant materials, or a combination of both [3, 4].
Over the years, various types of graft materials, including autogenic bone, demineralised allogenic bone, xenogeneic materials and alloplastic materials, have been used to regenerate the attachment apparatus.
Another 24 articles look at microbiology from such perspectives as the role of microbial electron transfer in the coevolution of the biosphere and geosphere, xenogeneic silencing and its impact on bacterial genomes, the power of asymmetry: architecture and assembly of the gram-negative outer membrane lipid bilayer, insights into the coral microbiome: underpinning the health and resilience of reef ecosystems, and autophagy evasion and endoplasmic reticular subversion: the yin and yang of Legionella intracellular infection.