autovaccine

autovaccine

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

(aw″tō-văk′sēn)
Vaccine prepared from a virus in the patient's own body.
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Another necrosectomy was performed, and the patient received seven doses (one every other day) of autovaccine. However, the swab remained positive for PA, and the ulcer was still open.
Li et al., "Prepared and screened a modified TNF-[alpha] molecule as TNF-[alpha] autovaccine to treat LPS induced endotoxic shock and TNF-a induced cachexia in mouse," Cellular Immunology, vol.
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.38-40