autovaccine

autovaccine

 [aw″to-vak-sēn´]
a vaccine prepared from cultures of organisms from the patient's own tissues or secretions.

autovaccine

/au·to·vac·cine/ (aw´to-vak″sēn) a vaccine prepared from cultures of organisms isolated from the patient's own tissues or secretions.

autovaccine

(aw″tō-văk′sēn)
Vaccine prepared from a virus in the patient's own body.

autovaccine

a vaccine prepared from cultures of organisms from the patient's own tissues or secretions.
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Mainly the Humanized anti-CD3 antibodies (OKT3) Cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) Interferon alfa-2a and autovaccine have been used anecdotally for palliation of advanced peritoneal mesothelioma but further studies are needed before this therapy can be recommended.
Development of an anti-IL-17A autovaccine prevents experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.