Immunobiology of Graft Versus Host Disease: Introduction of new mouse model of BMT and GVHD based on chemotherapy conditioning

Immunobiology of Graft Versus Host Disease Introduction of new mouse model of BMT and GVHD based on chemotherapy conditioning None

Sackstein Lab Robert Sackstein, M.D Ph.D Professor, Harvard Medical School Director of the Program of Excellence in Glycosciences EDUCATION Harvard College H antigen H antigen can refer to one of various types of antigens having diverse biological functions H antigen is located on the th chromosome in humans, and has a variety of functions and definitions as follows Also known as substance H, H antigen is a precursor to each of the ABO blood group antigens, apparently present in all people except those with the Bombay Blood phenotype see Hh antigen Home Equillium Harnessing Novel Immunobiology Harnessing Novel Immunobiology Our Company Cardiac Surgery Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting CABG Coronary artery bypass grafting CABG is a type of surgery that improves blood flow to the heart It s used for people who have severe coronary heart disease CHD , also called coronary artery disease CHD is a condition in which a substance called plaque plak builds up inside the coronary arteries. Haemovigilance ISBT International Society of Blood The International Haemovigilance Network Database for the Surveillance of Adverse Reactions and Events in Donors and Recipients of Blood Components technical issues and results Politis C , Wiersum JC Richardson C Robillard P Jorgensen J , Renaudier P Faber JC Wood EM Vox Sanguinis Nov . Transplant rejection MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia Transplant rejection is a process in which a transplant recipient s immune system attacks the transplanted organ or tissue. High HLA DP Expression and Graft versus Host Disease BackgroundTransplantation of hematopoietic cells from unrelated donors can cure blood disorders but carries a significant risk of acute graft versus host disease GVHD The risk is higher when UpToDate INTRODUCTION Despite improvements in immunosuppressive therapy, hepatic allograft rejection remains an important cause of morbidity and late graft loss in patients undergoing liver transplantation.At one end of the spectrum, graft function may remain stable in many patients found to have focal or mild histologic features of rejection on a protocol liver biopsy, even when no treatment is Abbreviations Center for International Blood and Marrow Abbreviation Meaning ALL acute lymphoblastic leukemia or acute lymphocytic leukemia AML acute myelogenous leukemia or acute myeloid leukemia UpToDate INTRODUCTION Acute allograft rejection is a significant problem in lung transplantation Despite advances in induction immunosuppression and use of aggressive maintenance immunosuppression, than a third of lung transplant recipients are treated for acute rejection in the first year after transplant.Acute rejection is responsible for approximately percent of deaths in the first

  • Title: Immunobiology of Graft Versus Host Disease: Introduction of new mouse model of BMT and GVHD based on chemotherapy conditioning
  • Author: Behnam Sadeghi
  • ISBN: 9783838328362
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
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