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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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The study also demonstrated that the radiation in 18F-FLT did not adversely affect engraftment.
When conducting research to determine the effect of cryopreservation on the gender predominance among the accepted bovine embryos, it was obvious that the result of embryos engraftment and further development of the fetus followed by calving varied depending on whether the embryo was exposed to cryopreservation or not.
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.
After T-cell engraftment, further decrease was followed by decrease of Epstein-Barr virus and BKPyV DNA load, which had considerably increased until day +50 (Figure, panel B).
Quantitative determination of bone marrow transplant engraftment using fluorescent polymerase chain reaction primers for human identity markers.
In marrow engraftment the usual and most accepted mode of monitoring success is ANC, but a previous study has indicated that the IRF is a parameter which provides earlier and closely related information than ANC on engraftment (4).
Secondary endpoints were the number of apheresis procedures required to obtain the target CD34+ cell dose, the days to engraftment, and cost-effectiveness.
engraftment of leukemic stem cells into immunodeficient NOD/SCID mice) be developed?
In fact, to my knowledge, this study represents the first successful engraftment of pig neurons into primates.
The engraftment may have failed because Getty's immune system was not sufficiently suppressed before the transplant, he said.
Study data was announced today during an oral presentation titled Nicord[R] Expanded Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells (HPC) Are Capable of Outcompeting the Unmanipulated (UM) Cord Blood Unit and of Prolonged Myeloid and Lymphoid Engraftment Following Myeloablative Dual Umbilical Cord Blood (UCB) Transplantation.
In the past, attempts to use hiPSCs to treat large animal models of heart attacks have shown very low rates of engraftment or survival.