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  • n. Plural form of autograft.

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Examples

  • Some were so extensively burned that donor sites for skin autografts were not available.

    Joseph E. Murray - Autobiography

  • Mann and Williamson a decade later noted the different survival times between canine renal autografts and allografts (17) (18), but like Carrel, they did not pursue the long-term fate of the autografts.

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • He clearly recognized the difference in the survival times between autografts and allografts in experimental animals, but he did not conceptualize rejection as distinct from other graft-destroying processes.

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • In 1932, Dr.E. Padgett of Kansas City reported the use of skin allografts from family and unrelated donors to cover severely burned patients who had insufficient unburned donor sites for the harvesting of autografts.

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • The system is a single-use disposable instrument kit for harvesting, expanding and applying split-thickness skin micro-autografts for the treatment of chronic and acute wounds.

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  • All autografts were treated ex vivo with MoAbs and complement in an effort to remove any residual malignant B cells.

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  • The clinical effectiveness of autografts is considered the primary reason for their wide acceptance.

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  • Traditional autogenous grafts, or autografts, were widely considered the "gold standard" among bone graft materials.

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  • The company also markets MACIĀ® (matrix-induced autologous chondrocyte implantation), a second generation version of Carticel, in Australia and Europe, and manufactures EpicelĀ® (cultured epidermal autografts), a cell therapy for treating patients with severe burns.

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  • The company also markets MACI (R) (matrix-induced autologous chondrocyte implantation), a second generation version of Carticel, in Australia and Europe, and manufactures Epicel (R) (cultured epidermal autografts),

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