donor tissue

donor tissue,

n the tissue contributed by a donor to be used in tissue or organ transplant.
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Under the terms of the agreement MTF will focus on the procurement of donor tissue, the processing of the bone growth matrix, and the fulfillment of orders received.
Lenoir also stressed the need for testing donor tissue for disease.
Art understands that by optimizing donor tissue and enhancing clinical outcomes we honor donors and their families and provide great benefits to the recipients of tissue allografts.
The cause of scleroderma, a life-threatening illness that results in thickening and hardening of the skin, joints, and internal organs, is unknown, but it appears to have similarities to graft-versus-host disease, an often fatal complication of bone marrow transplantation in which the donor tissue attacks the recipient's body.
The Board directly reviews the suitability of all donor tissue, provides guidance on the development of new therapies and techniques to improve the safety and efficiency of allografts and offers independent oversight of the organization with respect to compliance and safety practices.
While the availability of human islet cells is limited by the supply of human donor tissue, xenotransplantation, Microislet's process of transplanting organs from one species to another, could provide an essentially unlimited supply of islet cells for transplantation.
When mixed with the patient's own bone marrow, the implant contains the key components of a patient's own bone without the morbidity associated with harvesting graft from the patient or using human donor tissue.
The donor tissue was used to reconstruct the other twin's breast mounds and nipples.
The IntraLase FS Laser is the first femtosecond laser cleared for use in a variety of refractive and corneal surgeries including LASIK, and intrastromal incisions used with ring implants, lamellar keratoplasty, penetrating keratoplasty, and for the preparation of the donor tissue used in corneal transplants.
In addition to LASIK, the IntraLase technology is used to create incisions for lamellar keratoplasty, penetrating keratoplasty, intrastromal ring implants and for the preparation of the donor tissue used in corneal transplants.
The company engineers stem cells to prevent expression of polymorphic human leukocyte antigen (HLA) molecules, removing the cause of donor tissue rejection and creating Universal Donor Stem Cells that are compatible with every patient.
The focus is on oncology, orthopedics and dental support through a cord blood bank, a National Marrow Donor Program apheresis center, and a deceased donor tissue bank.