allograft

NOUN
  1. tissue or organ transplanted from a donor of the same species but different genetic makeup; recipient's immune system must be suppressed to prevent rejection of the graft
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How To Use allograft In A Sentence

  • Objective:To observe the influence of adrenocorticotrophic hormone(ACTH)on the serum lipoprotein profile in renal allograft recipients.
  • Traditional products, such as xenograft and allograft, are still widely used in burn care.
  • We found that while long-term allograft survival is lower among HIV-positive recipients, controllable risk factors may explain this disparity," Locke said. News-Letter
  • When adjacent to host bone, the allograft remodeled and incorporated; when isolated within the fatty medullary canal, it was more likely to be completely resorbed.
  • The biological corollary of this is that blocking antibodies against ICAM-1 have been shown effectively to prevent allograft rejection.
  • Ciccotti says athletes who use grafts from their patellar tendons have a higher incidence of pain in the front of the knee after surgery: "Given Michael plays in the squatted position, the allograft is least likely to interfere. USATODAY.com - The reconstruction of Mike Lieberthal
  • This single observation, although restricted in application, was the only ray of light in the problem of tissue and organ replacement until Gibson and Medawar demonstrated that a second allograft from the same donor was rejected more rapidly than the first (9). Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture
  • All sections were stained with hematoxylin and eosin for qualitative assessment of cellular response to the allograft and microscopic evaluation of the graft-tunnel interface.
  • Objective To investigate the effect of donor blood transfusion on inducing pancreatic allograft tolerance in outbre drat model.
  • The freemartin story culminates in the report of Billingham, Brent and Medawar describing an acquired immunological tolerance produced by neonatal injection of donor cells into a future allograft recipient (14). Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture
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