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Antonyms for xenogeneic

denoting or relating to cells or tissues from individuals belonging to different species


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Xenogeneic grafts using porcine small intestinal submucosa in the repair of skin defects in 4 birds.
In vitro cytotoxicity and in vivo effects of a decellularized xenogeneic collagen scaffold in nasal cartilage repair.
Decellularized allogeneic and xenogeneic tissue as a bioscaffold for regenerative medicine: factors that influence the host response.
Transplanted xenogeneic neural cells in neurodegenerative disease models exhibit remarkable axonal target specificity and distinct growth patterns of glial and axonal fibres.
Brehm et al., "Human peripheral blood leucocyte non-obese diabetic-severe combined immunodeficiency interleukin-2 receptor gamma chain gene mouse model of xenogeneic graft-versus-host-like disease and the role of host major histocompatibility complex," Clinical & Experimental Immunology, vol.
[56.] Tetsuji Yamaoka, Effect of High Hydrostatic Pressure on Tissues and a Great Patency of Small-Diameter Xenogeneic Acellular Blood Vessels with EPC Capturing Surface.
One of the three patients with soft tissue sarcoma-treated IL-2-transfected xenogeneic cells (Vero-IL-2) showed durable reduction of two distant, noninjected metastases [84].
As expected, even though we used xenogeneic MSCs in this model, we did not observe any immune response to the equine cells in the treated knees.
Wallace et al., "Xenogeneic human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells reduce mortality in rats with acute respiratory distress syndrome complicated by sepsis," Oncotarget, vol.
Finally, we examined if the B cell-specific deletion of ILK might affect the in vivo IgM and IgG production against xenogeneic BHK-570 cells.
Natural biological materials mainly include two types: autologous nonneural tissue, allogeneic, or decellularized xenogeneic neural/nonneural tissues; natural polymers derived from extracellular matrix (ECM) (laminin, collagen, fibronectin, fibrin, and hyaluronic acid), polysaccharide (chitosan, sodium alginate, and agarose), and protein (silk fibroin, keratin).[14] In China, chitosan-based conduit we developed has been approved for clinical trials[15] with the national invention patent.
Other treatment options are marsupialization, and enucleation with allogeneic or xenogeneic bone grafting.4
Despite the adequate characteristics and properties of the ECM as biomaterial, the use of an ECM of xenogeneic origin involves an increased risk of immune rejection by the host, manifesting an inflammatory process.