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al·lo·gen·ic

, allogeneic (al-ō-jen'ik, -jĕ-nē'ik),
Used in transplantation biology. It pertains to different gene constitutions within the same species; antigenically distinct.
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allogenic

pertaining to factors from outside a system affecting it, as in habitats altered by the transfer of materials into them.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

al·lo·gen·ic

, allogeneic (al-ō-jen'ik, -jĕ-nē'ik)
As used in transplantation biology, it pertains to different gene constitutions within the same species; antigenically distinct.
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Furthermore, the study suggests that allogenic implantation is possible for both mesenchymal stem cells and chondrocytes, offering a significant simplification of the matrix-associated cell implantation.
(44) 2010 30 Autologous 44 Expiant 14 Allogenic Schwab et al.
Spending on allogenic bone marrow transplants has increased to $2.07 per member per month for people under 65, from an average of $1.60 per member per month in 2011.
Servier and Transgene thus aim to achieve an original allogenic CAR-T preparation method with better transgene integration yields and fewer steps.
Autogenous, allogenic, and tissue engineered [5, 6] bone grafts are successfully used.
reported a single case of allogenic sternal transplant after sternectomy for metastatic ovarian cancer with acceptable results [9].
Autologous transfusion is in contrast with allogenic blood transfusion, for which the blood comes from an unrelated or anonymous donor [2].
Current strategies to repair such defects were allogenic, xenogenic transplantation and autologous skin flaps, which have their limitations in the availability of sufficient donor sites, donor site morbidity and immunological rejections [1].
These systems help reduce the risk of infections that can occur due to the use of allogenic blood.
The use of allogenic stem cells should be regulated," said Dr B S Rajput, vice- president, Stem Cell Society of India.
(7) reported a live birth after single embryo transfer derived from autologous cryopreserved oocytes of a patient with MDS who had undergone allogenic PBSCT.
Most of these BMTs are autologous but in Pakistan most of the BMTs are allogenic. We have three and a half centers doing Bone Marrow Transplants in Pakistan.