A form of transplantation that uses tissue from a healthy donor
A transplant that involves using stem cells that are harvested from a person other than the recipient of the stem cells.
A term describing genetic variants within the same species.
Originating from a donor (allo = other; Greek)
refers to genetically different members of the same species (see transplantation).
See â€œBone Marrow Transplant.
Transfusion of blood from a person other than the recipient, (i.e., NOT autologous). Same as homologous.
A term that denotes subjects, tissues or cells that are of the same species, but are antigenically distinct.
A transplant in which cells come from another person rather than the patientâ€(tm)s own cells.
The stem cells are from a donor other than the patient. These types of transplants are used when the patientâ€™s own stem cells are diseased.
The infusion of bone marrow from one individual (donor) to another.
the use of someone else's tissue (e,g., bone marrow)
A graft or tissue from someone other than the patient, usually a matched sibling (a brother or sister), but may be a matched unrelated volunteer donor.
Taken from different individuals of the same species. Two or more individuals are said to be allogeneic to one another when the genes at one or more loci are not identical. See the entire definition of Allogeneic
Variation in alleles among members of the same species.
(Al-o-jen-AY-ik) Taken from different individuals of the same species. Also called allogenic.
having a different genetic make up but belonging to the same species ( i.e. the donor being someone other than the patient or an identical twin).
Blood from someone else that matches yours, usually from a volunteer blood donor. Also referred to as homologous blood.
adj. (AL-oe-juh-NAY-ik) Derived from different individuals of the same species. Also called allogenic.
Genetically dissimilar individuals of the same species; usually used in the context of organ or cell transplantation (i.e., allografts).
Refers to getting bone marrow (or other body tissue) from another person, not your own body. Allo means other. Also see Autologous.
Having a genetic dissimilarity within the same species.
A term describing non-self cells or tissues that differ from the host cells at the MHC locus or at other loci (Janeway et al., 2005).
a graft or tissue from someone other than the patient, from a donor or other third-party source.