autologous protein

au·tol·o·gous pro·tein

any protein found normally in the fluids or tissues of the body.
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Coelho will discuss how the Company's Blood Bank and Hospital divisions are addressing an approximately $1 billion market opportunity in 2007 with Blood Processing Systems that "enable" the production of therapeutic doses of cord blood stem cells, autologous protein surgical sealant, hemostatic agents or platelet-derived growth factors from single units of blood.
today announced the opening of the first facility capable of manufacturing autologous protein vaccines for cancer treatment on a commercial scale and at a cost competitive with conventional therapies.
today announced the results of its phase I/II renal cell carcinoma clinical trial with the company's lead cancer product (HSPPC-96), an autologous protein that is prepared from individual patient's tumors.
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