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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.

allogenic

/al·lo·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) allogeneic.

allogenic

[al′ōjen′ik]
Etymology: Gk, allos + genein, to produce
1 (in genetics) denoting an individual or cell type that is from the same species but genetically distinct.
2 (in transplantation biology) denoting tissues, particularly stem cells from either bone marrow or peripheral blood, that are from the same species but antigenically distinct; homologous. Also spelled allogeneic. Compare syngeneic, xenogeneic.

allogenic

pertaining to factors from outside a system affecting it, as in habitats altered by the transfer of materials into them.

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.

allogenic,

adj from individuals of the same species. Tissue transplanted from one person to another is said to be allogenic.
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Preliminary phage based allogenic screening revealed that 18 of them had exhibited cancer-related autoantibody profile and reacted only with sera of medullary breast carcinoma patients but not with sera of healthy donors [12, 15].
Stromatoporoids and tabulate corals are the major reef-builders in the first unit, while the second unit is strongly dominated by tabulate corals, which may represent an allogenic succession.
On the basis of the above and taking into consideration the fact that lymphocytes and macrophages are dominant cells also with respect to phenotypic properties, in the most cases of tumors, malignant cells, which develop during allogenic organ transplantations, may have lymphoid (T- or Bcell), macrophagal or the so-called "intermediate" morphology.
Complete correction of Glanzmann's Thrombasthenia by Allogenic bone marrow transplantation.
D'Apice, Allogenic sensitization is more effective than xenogenic sensitization in eliciting Gal-mediated skin graft rejection, Transplantations, 75, 751-753 (2004)
Clinical and histological characteristics of lyophilized allogenic dura mater in periodontal bony defects in humans," Journal of Clinical Periodontology, Vol.
Olarte was quoted as saying in reports that allogenic stem cells from aborted foetuses of humans were being exported to the Philippines.
Allogenic red blood cell transfusions: efficacy, risks, alternatives and indications.
6) The healthcare system in general, on the other hand, can expect a high demand for allogenic blood and an increased financial burden.
Possible future treatments include enzyme replacement, gene therapy and allogenic bone marrow transplantation.
1 This has led scientists to investigate allogenic and xenogenic bone grafts, as well as allo- plastic materials, such as Hydroxyapatite and Calcium Phosphate Compounds.