Title

Mechanism of Action of Topically Applied Triamcinolone Acetonide in Prolonging Skin Allograft Survival Time

Publication Year

1971

Keywords

skin allografts, biology, transplantation immunity, topically applied triamcinolone acetonide

Disciplines

Biology | Cell and Developmental Biology | Immunology and Infectious Disease | Life Sciences

Abstract

Among vertebrates, grafts in which the donor is also the recipient, autografts, and grafts between individuals identical in histocompatibility antigens, isografts, are usually enduring. On the other hand, grafts between genetically dissimilar members of the sme species, allografts, and grafts between members of different species, xenografts, are regularly rejected.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Biology

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