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(surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient

the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location

lift and reset in another soil or situation

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be transplantable

place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient

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transfer from one place or period to another

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She reports that when a patient is prepared in this way, the fecal transplant usually works in a single treatment.
But when researchers exposed mice to a carcinogen after giving them fecal transplants from humans with colon cancer, the mice had no more tumors than mice that got transplants from healthy people.
Comment: Fecal transplants are a new procedure and there is much we have to learn.
Although it's unclear at the moment if donor stool is best delivered by nasogastric tube, colonoscope, or enema, it's easy to understand how fecal transplants might correct such an imbalance.
At this point, fecal transplant is used mostly for patients who have not responded to standard antibiotic treatment for C.
difficile infection (fCDI) prior to antibiotics (20 patients), those with a recurrent episode (rCDI) on treatment with chronic vancomycin at the time of sampling (19), and healthy controls who were fecal transplant donors (21).
Brandt said that his first choice for a fecal transplant donor is an "intimate contact.
Over the past 5 years, interest in the microbiome, and in fecal transplant in particular, has skyrocketed (see Figure 1, p.
FDA backs down on fecal transplant rules [online article].
The fecal transplant procedure "is exactly as disgusting as you would imagine," Knight says.
to Protect Our Food and Health", environmental toxicologist Emily Monosson (Adjunct Professor, University of Massachusetts--Amherst) explores science's most innovative strategies, from high-tech gene editing to the ancient practice of fecal transplants.
perfringens and NMO, Zamvil plans to perform fecal transplants in mice, feeding them the microbiome-containing fecal material of NMO patients to see if this increases occurrence of the disorder in the mice.
The investigators are now testing combinations of antibiotics and fecal transplants to pinpoint which gut bacteria make mice susceptible to hair loss.
Examples of card subjects include: Kiss (a single kiss can transfer up to 80,000,000 bacteria between two people); Antibiotics (broad spectrum antibiotics work against many different kinds of bacteria, including the good ones); and Fecal Transplants (transplanting microbes from a healthy donor into someone with chronic bowel disease, a process known as a Fecal Microbiota Transplant).