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Cellular characteristics of cord blood and cord blood transplantation

Cellular characteristics of cord blood and cord blood transplantation

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Published by AABB Press in Bethesda, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fetal blood -- Transplantation.,
  • Hematopoietic stem cells -- Transplantation.,
  • Blood banks.,
  • Blood Transfusion, Intrauterine.,
  • Fetal Blood -- cytology.,
  • Fetal Blood -- immunology.,
  • Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.,
  • Stem Cells -- physiology.,
  • Blood Banks.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditor Hal E. Broxmeyer.
    ContributionsBroxmeyer, Hal E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM171 .C44 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 227 p. :
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL350091M
    ISBN 101563950847
    LC Control Number98009427

    The cord blood cellular product viewed as a source of hematopoietic progenitors cells coupled to the immaturity of the immune system at birth is one of the advantages of using these cells for transplantation (Gluckman et al., ). In , Thierry et al. reported difficulty in processing the procured cord blood in regards to cell .   Abstract After umbilical cord blood transplantation (CB-SCT), we have observed a new syndrome of culture-negative antibiotic-responsive diarrhea, with pathologic findings on biopsy Cited by: 1.

    By comparison, the remaining sample groups ranged from to % CD34 cells in this order, bone marrow > cord blood > cyclophosphamide mobilized blood > peripheral blood. Comparison of CD34 cells per milliliter of bone marrow or blood Cited by: Cord Blood Characteristics Role in Stem Cell Transplantation; Cord Blood Characteristics Role in Stem Cell Transplantation by Cohen, Shara, Madrigal, J. Alejandro, Gluckman, Eliane. Great condition for a used book.

      Gluckman, E. in Cellular Characteristics of Cord Blood and Cord Blood Transplantation (ed. Broxmeyer, H. E.) – (ASBB Press, Bethesda, Maryland, ). Google Cited by:   Characteristics of cord blood harvests used for the in vitro growth of adherent cells. Thirty‐one cord blood harvests were entered and analysed in this study. As seen in Table I, the Cited by:


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Cellular Characteristics of Cord Blood and Cord Blood Transplantation: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Cord Blood Characteristics: Role in Stem Cell Transplantation: Cohen, Dr Shara B A, Cohen, Shara B A, Gluckman, Eliane, Madrigal, J Alexandro, Rubenstein, Pablo: : Cited by: The use of cord blood as a source of haematopoietic stem cell transplantation has steadily increased since the first cord blood transplant 11 years ago.

This text reviews the molecular and cellular biology of cord blood, the collection and processing of cord blood. Cord blood characteristics.

25 authors describe in 12 chapters virtually all aspects of cord blood stem cell transplantation. The book opens with a captivating eyewitness account of the Author: JJ Van Rood.

Cord Blood Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine discusses the current applications for cord blood stem cells and techniques for banking cord blood. Cord blood, blood from the umbilical cord and placenta of an infant, represents an alternate source of stem cells.

Umbilical cord blood transplantation (UCBT) from unrelated donors is a suitable option of HSCT for patients in whom it is indicated, and a suitable related or unrelated BM or PB donor is not available in Author: Jaime Sanz, Paul Veys, Vanderson Rocha, Vanderson Rocha.

Twenty evaluable patients had complete (%) donor engraftment with one or both CB units in the leukocyte, T-cell, and myeloid cell compartments of peripheral blood at day 30 after transplantation Cited by: In cord blood transplantation, optimal unit selection requires consideration of unit quality, cell dose and HLA-match.

In this summary, the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) and the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Cited by: Stem cells from cord blood are successfully used today for the current treatment of serious diseases, such as leukemia, lymphomas, tumors of organs, hereditary and acquired disorders of hematopoiesis (blood formation), the immune system and metabolism, using the transplantation of blood-forming stem blood stem cells.

Umbilical cord blood (CB) has been rapidly established as an alternative source of stem cells to bone marrow for allogeneic-related and unrelated hematopoietic transplantation. To date, Cited by: Get this from a library. Cellular characteristics of cord blood and cord blood transplantation.

[Hal E Broxmeyer;]. Not sure what cord blood transplantation is. Cord blood stem cells can be collected from the umbilical cord and placenta after a baby is born. This material, called a cord blood unit; is taken to a cord blood bank to be tested, frozen and stored long-term.

Testing includes human leukocyte antigen typing and testing for infectious agents. The blood. Most reports of chronic graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) after cord blood transplantation (CBT) have utilized traditional diagnostic criteria.

We used traditional criteria and National Institutes of Health Cited by: Cord blood is an unlimited source of hematopoietic stem cells for allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant.

In this perspective article, Drs. Gluckman and Rocha examine the current status and the new challenges of cord blood by: Patient, disease, and transplant characteristics of our cohort are described in Table 1. As expected, recipients of NMA conditioning were older than those who received MA conditioning.

The majority of patients who underwent UCB HCT (95%) received 2 cord blood units to optimize cell Cited by: Cord blood stem cell transplantation is almost two decades old, yet is a relatively new procedure in comparison to transplantation of peripheral blood or marrow stem cells.

It is possible that genetic diseases may be present but not apparent at the time of birth and could be transplanted to a patient via donor cord blood stem cells. Cord blood cells are also very good at fighting cancer. This ability is called the graft-versus-leukemia effect.

It can help prevent a person’s cancer from returning after their transplant. MSK’s Cord Blood Transplant Program. Memorial Sloan Kettering has one of the most active and successful cord blood transplant. Cord Blood: T Cells 4. Cord Blood: Natural Killer Cells 5.

Cord Blood: Cytokines 6. In Vitro Models of Graft Versus Host Disease 7. Collection and Processing of Cord Blood Units 8. Reducing the Risks of Disease Transmission in Cord Blood Transplantation 9. Ex Vivo Expansion of Cord Blood Cells. Initially, umbilical cord blood transplantation was limited to children, given the low cell dose infused.

Both related and unrelated cord blood transplants have been performed with high rates of success Cited by: FS2 Cord Blood Stem Cell Transplantation Facts I page 2 d d Se e aspaai Facts l Bone marrow stem cells that can be used for transplant come from the liquid center of the bone, called the “marrow.” To obtain the cells.

In cord blood transplantation, optimal unit selection requires consideration of unit quality, cell dose and HLA-match. In this summary, the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) and the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research Cited by:   Cord blood has fewer stem cells available than other bone marrow transplant options.

But the stem cells in cord blood can grow more blood cells than can those collected from bone marrow.

Cord blood cells .The use of cord blood is determined by the treating physician and is influenced by many factors, including the patient's medical condition, the characteristics of the sample, and whether the cord blood .