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Perspectives on the Use of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation, 4 FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY 1 (2013) (noting long-term graft acceptance in VCA possible under standard immunosuppression).
Malignancy has become one of the three major causes of death after allotransplantations.
This clinical failure in conjunction with experimental failures of skin bearing allografts lead to the belief that skin is prohibitively immunogenic and not amenable to allotransplantation.
While we introduced both our allotransplantation and xenotransplantation plans in this meeting, the primary focus was our near-term plan to build upon the promising results of the Edmonton Protocol studies in 2002.
For patients with type I diabetes, the only reliable method to restore euglycemia is allotransplantation of functional islets containing insulin-producing [beta] cells.
to extend fertility restoration beyond the realm of chemotherapy patients, to move from autotransplantation into allotransplantation, and to use a groundbreaking transplant technique, raises the question of opening access to such techniques to a wider population of women--and for more diverse reasons.
Cardiac allotransplantation in newborns as therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
Experiences with renal allotransplantation in the human: Report of nine cases.
Molecular mechanisms of immunity in corneal allotransplantation and xenotransplantation.
25) Although infections are common even in allotransplantation and blood transfusions, (26) the infection concerns are more severe with xenotransplantation.
Another alternative to cardiac allotransplantation is the implantable ventricular assist device (11).
In November 1997, the company entered into a collaborative agreement with Novartis Pharma, AG to develop TP10 for use in xenotransplantation (animal organs to human) and allotransplantation (human to human).