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Antonyms for allogeneic

denoting or relating to cells or tissues from individuals belonging to the same species but genetically dissimilar (and hence immunologically incompatible)


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ACTallo is an allogenic approach that will use off-the-shelf T cells that have been engineered to express novel T-cell receptors.
Athanasiou, "Success Rates and Immunologic Responses of Autogenic, Allogenic, and Xenogenic Treatments to Repair Articular Cartilage Defects," Tissue Engineering.
botiss' broad range of clinically proved high-quality solutions include a complete selection of bovine, allogenic, and synthetic bone substitute materials, membranes for soft/hard tissue regeneration, and products for soft tissue augmentation.
Stromatoporoids and tabulate corals are the major reef-builders in the first unit, while the second unit is strongly dominated by tabulate corals, which may represent an allogenic succession.
D'Apice, Allogenic sensitization is more effective than xenogenic sensitization in eliciting Gal-mediated skin graft rejection, Transplantations, 75, 751-753 (2004)
Postoperative measures include closely monitoring the use of anticoagulation and allogenic blood transfusion.
Green et al found that allogenic blood transfusion is the most expensive option for optimising haemoglobin (US$1789 per
The contributors evaluate the clinical value of conventional and novel prognostic markers in the face of emerging therapies, survey genetic analysis techniques for identifying prognostic genetic signatures, and examine the changing role of autologous and allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Mean overall costs of allogenic and autologous inpatient blood transfusions were calculated based on the Canadian Cost of Transfusion Study Group.
In the long term allogenic bone marrow will also be needed to be considered after assessing the projected workload, costs and budgeting requirements and availability of other related services.
Before the turn of the year Jamie had been confirmed as a suitable candidate for an allogenic stem cell transplant for which a donor was required, and a perfect match had been found.
Experience with heart valve engineering has shown that an allogenic acellularized scaffold repopulated with autologous cells may produce the most reliable construct to meet the above requirements [18].
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a draft guidance that would require all tissue banks and blood centers to use serological tests of all donations of Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular Tissue-Based Products (HCT/Ps), and allogenic blood donations for antibodies to T cruzi (Trypanosoma cruzi), the parasite that causes Chagas disease (trypanosomiasis).