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Synonyms for allograft

tissue or organ transplanted from a donor of the same species but different genetic makeup


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As a matter of interest, besides allograft rejection there are other factors that can cause OB.
Detection of cardiac allograft rejection and response to immunosuppressive therapy with peripheral blood gene expression.
1,2) In combination with cyclosporine and corticosteroids, MMF has been shown to prevent acute cellula rejection in patients post-kidney (2,3) and liver transplantation, (4) and in reversing allograft rejection in patients refractory to high-dose corticosteroids.
Use of proteomics to discover novel markers of cardiac allograft rejection.
Other reports of allograft rejection during antiviral therapy in transplant patients have raised questions about the appropriateness of such treatment.
Cases of acute Immorally mediated allograft rejection served as positive controls for C4d immunofluorescence staining.
5) demonstrated that urine concentrations of FOXP3 mRNA, a member of the forkhead family of cell differentiation genes and a lineage-specific transcript for graft-protecting regulatory T cells, can predict reversal of acute renal allograft rejection with 90% sensitivity and 73% specificity.
After the decrease in dosage of maintenance immunosuppression, the persistence on successive TBBs of several perivascular lymphoid infiltrates composed of predominantly small-sized lymphoid cells was interpreted as a sign of mild ACR (grade 2), according to the pulmonary allograft rejection classification.
CARGO II was designed to further validate results from the landmark multi-center, prospective, validation study known as the Cardiac Allograft Rejection Gene Expression Observational (CARGO) study completed by XDx in the US.
Their topics include possible retrovirus vectors, adeno and adeno-associated virus vectors, gene therapy for acute renal failure due to ischemia-reperfusion issues and acute injuries, and treatment for chronically deteriorating renal function and renal fibrosis, and treatment for acute and chronic allograft rejection.
AlloMap Testing was clinically validated using data from 9 leading heart transplant centers participating in the company's Cardiac Allograft Rejection Gene Expression Observational (CARGO) study.
Thus, the need for noninvasive, sensitive, and inexpensive tests as markers for pancreas allograft rejection remains unmet.
Five patients underwent a second liver transplantation for episodes of allograft rejection (2 cases) or for hepatic artery thrombosis (3 cases, of which 2 were secondary to PTLD).
antigen presenting cells) to block the second signal necessary to activate T cells, which are immune mediators involved in allograft rejection.