isograft


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i·so·graft

 (ī′sə-grăft)
n.
A tissue or organ graft between genetically identical individuals, as between identical twins or between members of an inbred animal strain.
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isograft

(ˈaɪsəˌɡrɑːft)
n
(Surgery) surgery a graft taken from a donor genetically identical to the recipient
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Spotnitz, "Attenuation of reperfusion injury with probucol in the heterotopic rat cardiac isograft," The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, vol.
The 4 main types of grafts used defined on the basis of their origin are autograft, isograft, allograft and xenograft.
Van Schilfgaarde, "Rat islet isograft function: effect of graft volume and transplantation site," Transplantation, vol.
(38) reported that the acellularity of the nerve graft reduced the antigenicity level nearer to the isograft. Purohit (36) reported that immunoblotting showed humoral response against HMD cross-linked allogenic acellular dermal graft.
Brown the parents and physicians argued that the isograft would be in the best interests of each child.
The first group (n = 8) was treated for 8 weeks with saline vehicle after an isograft (1 ml/day, isograft group); the second group (n = 8) was treated for 8 weeks with saline vehicle after an allograft (allograft group); the third group (n = 8) was treated for 8 weeks with lycopene (30 mg/kg/d, lycopene group) after an allograft.
The identical twin transplant of 1954 was an isograft, immunologically closer to an autograft than an allograft, and the potent issues of allogenicity were left unresolved.
Isograft sections treated with anti-active caspase-3 primary antibody did not stain, indicating that apoptosis did not occur in either the line of contact or any of the cells in the grafts during a 24-h period (Fig.