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engraftment

 [en-graft´ment]
incorporation of grafted tissue into the body of the host.

engraftment

/en·graft·ment/ (en-graft´ment) incorporation of grafted tissue into the body of the host.

engraftment

Transplantation The process by which transplanted or transfused cells–eg, in BM–from an allogeneic donor grow and reproduce with a recipient. See Bone marrow transplantation.

Engraftment

The process of transplanted stem cells reproducing new cells.
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Because Casper is see-through, Zon and colleagues could visually compare engraftment of transplanted blood stem cells chemically tagged to glow green or red-in what they've dubbed the "Dr.
The data suggest that cyclophosphamide conditioning may optimize the antiviral and engraftment effects of the adoptive T-cell strategy, and that the drug may play an important role as an immunomodulator in immunotherapy strategies for treating HIV Dr.
Moreover, a concomitant decrease in KIPyV, CMV, Epstein-Barr virus, and BKPyV DNA load observed after noting normal CD56+/16+ natural killer cells and T-cell engraftment further supports this hypothesis.
Bone marrow engraftment was evaluated in seven patients who were diagnosed with disorders that required bone marrow/stem cell transplantation as a form of treatment, by means of haematopoietic progenitor cell (HPC) infusion, peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) infusion, or cord blood (CB) infusion, following a fixed regiment of chemotherapy.
The pegfilgrastim group had a mean time to engraftment (absolute neutrophil count >0.
We view NiCord as a paradigm shift in cord blood transplantation as this is the first technology that allows for durable engraftment of ex vivo expanded hematopoietic stem cells.
Long-Term, Multilineage Engraftment of Zinc Finger Nuclease-Edited Hematopoietic Stem Cells in Nonhuman Primates -- Abstract #684 Session: Gene Editing and Gene Regulation III Oral Presentation -- Saturday, May 16, 2015
Planning and execution of public green divided into two sub-sectors, with green connection, internal paths, street furniture and public lighting; including the multi-year maintenance until obtaining the final acceptance certificate with relevant guarantees of engraftment and replacement.
Scientists at Cryo-Save collaborated on a study to determine under what specific conditions multiplied hematopoietic stem cells should be frozen so that they may be successfully recovered after thawing and used in a transplant later with a guarantee of quality and high chance of engraftment.
The pioneering technique to vastly expand the number of stem/progenitor cells from a single unit of cord blood in the laboratory that were then infused into patients resulting in successful and rapid engraftment could decrease the risk of early death, the authors said.
Two-unit transplants led to successful engraftment in 29 of 32 patients (91%), a rate that appeared better than the historic engraftment rate of 72%, Dr.
The growth of a highly enriched population of stem cells by Selective Amplification is anticipated to generate cell populations that are capable of enhancing engraftment success (the nesting of transplanted stem cells into the recipient's bone marrow to begin new blood component growth).