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- adj. Derived or obtained from an organism of a different species: a xenogeneic tissue graft; xenogeneic antibodies.
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- adj. Derived from a different species and therefore genetically and immunologically incompatible
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- adj. denoting or relating to cells or tissues from individuals belonging to different species
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Rice HE, Flake AW, Hedrick MH, Zanjani ED, Harrison MR: Effect of xenogeneic chimerism in a human/sheep model on natural antibody.
Creation of pig-sheep xenogeneic chimerism by the in-utero transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells.
Rice HE, Hendrick MH, Flake AW: In-utero transplantation of rat hematopoietic stem cells induces xenogeneic chimerism in mice.
Leukemia xenogeneic 2: Donor - human ALL / AML BM; Recipient:
Leukemia xenogeneic 1: human CD34+ transplant (before or after) in leukemic Nalm-6-GFP ALL 7.
Critically, NOD-scid mice enable xenogeneic transplantation without rejection/immunosuppressant drug administration, and allow achievement of 100% engraftment not seen in other models.
An alternative approach for xenogeneic/allogeneic transplants is modulation of the immune response via administration of immunosuppressant drugs.
These models are limited by their xenogeneic nature, whereas the DR4 mice described here provide cases of spontaneous disease with morphological and phenotypic similarities to human T cell/histiocyte rich DLBCL and HL with characteristic H/RS-like cells.
Pallavicini MG, Flake AW, Bethel C, Langlois R, Madden D, Duncan BW, Haendel S, Montoya T: Creation of human-mouse xenogeneic chimeras by the in-utero transplantation of hemopoietic cells.
Zanjani ED, Pallavacini MG, Ascensao JL, Flake AW, Harrison MR, Tavassoli M.: Human-ovine xenogeneic transplantation of stem cells in-utero.