cell-transfer therapy

cell-transfer therapy

n.
A therapeutic technique in which cells from an individual with a disease, usually cancer, are removed and genetically modified to make the cells cytotoxic or to improve their cytotoxic abilities before they are returned to the donor.
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Haplotype-Matched Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell (PBMC) Transfusions in Patients with Late-Stage AIDS presents final results from the pilot phase of CSI's Immune Reconstitution Cell-Transfer Therapy.
AMEX: HPI) today announced that its subsidiary, Center for Special Immunology (CSI), has initiated a Phase I clinical trial of its Immune Reconstitution Cell-Transfer Therapy for patients with late-stage AIDS.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to commence a Phase I clinical trial of its Immune Reconstitution Cell-Transfer Therapy for patients with late-stage AIDS under an investigational new drug application (IND).