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  • noun Plural form of allograft.

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Examples

  • In civilian life Brown had treated many severely burned patients with temporary skin allografts and observed and written about the differential dissolution of skin allografts from various donors.

    Joseph E. Murray - Autobiography

  • In a series of volunteer uremic patients, we noted a prolonged but not permanent survival of skin allografts, suggesting the uremic state itself was immunosuppressive

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • Although none of these skin allografts survived permanently, many would remain long enough to control infection and fluid loss and thus gain time for the donor sites to re-epithelialize.

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • The earlier conventional wisdom was that the fate of skin allografts predicted the results of other transplants.

    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

  • But even after observing hundreds of skin allografts, one could not be certain about their survival time.

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • Where transplants between non-twin humans are called allografts, a transplant from one species to another is called a xenograft.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Hedrick MH, Rice HE, MacGillvray TE, Bealer JF, Zanjani ED, Flake AW: Hematopoietic chimerism achieved by in-utero hematopoietic stem cell injection does not induce donor specific tolerance or renal allografts in sheep.

    Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation, In Utero Stemm Cell Publications

  • One tissue bank has developed and implemented a low-temperature chemical-sterilization approach (BioCleanse) that kills spores but preserves the biomechanical integrity and function of some allografts.

    Medpundit

  • One tissue bank has developed and implemented a low-temperature chemical-sterilization approach (BioCleanse) that kills spores but preserves the biomechanical integrity and function of some allografts.

    Archive 2004-07-01

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