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

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Allogeneic transplantation following a reduced-intensity conditioning regimen in relapsed/refractory peripheral T-cell lymphomas: Long-term remissions and response to donor lymphocyte infusions support the role of a graft-versus-lymphoma effect.
In this period of allogeneic transplantation development, it is also important to highlight urgent allogeneic transplantation in five physicists from Vinca lethally and in one sublethally, accidentally irradiated with gamma rays and neutrons.
After allogeneic transplantation, agranulocytosis triggered by pretreatments lasts for 2-3 weeks, and cellular immunodeficiency induced by immunosuppressants continues even after engraftment, increasing the risk of infection and the resulting mortality rate.
Although GS relapse of CML is accepted as a highly refractory disease and a combination chemoradiotherapies with or without second allogeneic transplantation is usually preferred, little is known about predisposing factors, natural history, and response to treatment of these patients as compared to marrow relapse.
It is very reasonable to state that targeted therapies may improve the immune effect of allogeneic transplantation in a positive way in patient with solid tumors (32).
The investigation was carried out for 14-17 days following BM transplantation in the syngeneic transplantation experiments and for 7 days in the experiments on the allogeneic transplantation until [eGFP.sup.+] cells were detectable in the investigated organs.
Allogeneic transplantation should be absolutely performed in high-risk AML patients who have a human leucocyte antigen compatible intra-familial donor (24-26).
Gomez et al., "Clinical value of immunological monitoring of minimal residual disease in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia after allogeneic transplantation," British Journal of Haematology, vol.
Very similar appearance was observed after allogeneic transplantation of either myoblasts or muscle-derived stem cells at day 2 after injection [20].
In contrast, injections of the cells into immunologically unmatched recipients (called an allogeneic transplantation) caused the body to mount a stronger immune response.
The current concept of pathogenesis immune thyroiditis after allogeneic transplantation is the transfer of a clone of donor lymphocytes with antithyroidal activity.
A major reason for success of allogeneic transplantation in myeloid and possible lymphoid malignancies was the suppressant effect of donor T lymphocytes and NK cells on the underlying malignancy.
With both autologous and allogeneic transplantation, damage to vital organs and additional problems, such as osteoporosis, chronic GVHD, and immunologic and endocrine complications, are now recognized as post-transplant related complications (Antin, 2002).
curative allogeneic stem cell transplantation therapy [has] been developed for" sickle cell anemia according to Current Opinions in Molecular Therapy (2003), while "hematopoietic stem cells for allogeneic transplantation" are "currently the only curative approach for sickle cell anemia" observes the journal Blood (2002).
Wolf indicated that the patient also might have had an underlying cardiac problem which, in combination with her age, made her a poor candidate for allogeneic transplantation. In July of 2000, the patient returned to the care of Dr.