allogeneic transplant

allogeneic transplant

Immunology The transplantation of an organ or tissue from a genetically matched relative or other donor
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Alhijji said HMC started autologous in 2015 and have transplanted 36 to 38 cases, adding that, a year after that they started the allogeneic transplant (a transplant using stem cells of a matching donor).
The Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit at Hamad Medical Corporation's National Center for Cancer Care and Research (NCCCR), has conducted the first allogeneic transplant in the country.
The study will enrol around 430 patients, 18 years or older, who have undergone one allogeneic transplant from any donor and any donor source for a haematological malignancy or disorders.
There are no approved drugs for stem cell mobilization to support allogeneic transplant.
Graft-versus-host disease is a condition that might occur after an allogeneic transplant (the transfer of genetically dissimilar stem cells or tissue).
Bone marrow mobilized with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor in related allogeneic transplant recipients: A study of 29 patients.
In the recent years there has been advancement in the use of umbilical cord blood derived stem cells for allogeneic transplant.
She received alemtuzumab with her first allogeneic transplant and conditioning with antithymocyte globulin before her second transplant, resulting in significant in vivo T-cell depletion; she was also receiving adrenal corticosteroids.
Allogeneic transplant is performed only in major urban tertiary referral centres.
Some children and adolescents can reconstitute their immune system 6-8 months after an allogeneic transplant, but for others isolation lasts longer.
As close a match as possible is desired for an allogeneic transplant to be successful.
Syngeneic SCT is a special kind of allogeneic transplant.