W8MD Diet | COVID-19 portal | Vitamin D | Vaccine | Keto

WikiMD is the world's largest medical encyclopedia with
28,635 pages, 4,106,298 edits & 35,474,331 views.

Free unbiased diet, health and wellness info!

Cndo 109 aank cells

From WikiMD's free health, diet & wellness encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Cndo 109 aank cells - a preparation of non interleukin 2 primed, tumor activated allogeneic natural killer (nk) cells with potential immunostimulating activity. The allogeneic nk cells obtained from a first or second degree relative of the patient are co incubated with a lysate from the ctv 1 cell line, a minimally differentiated myeloid line derived from an acute myelogenous leukemia patient. Infusion of cndo 109 activated allogeneic nk cells may be able to lyse and destroy nk resistant tumor cells and a broad spectrum of tumor cells.

Latest articles Cndo 109 aank cells



WikiMD needs you!

This WikiMD article Cndo 109 aank cells is a stub.
If you are a healthcare professional familiar with the topic Cndo 109 aank cells, or
A subject matter expert or authority on Cndo 109 aank cells, you can help us.
About | Mission | Paid editors welcome!

Source: Data courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Since the data might have changed, please query MeSH on Cndo 109 aank cells for any updates.

Cndo 109 aank cells is part of WikiMD's Physician reviewed^ articles available 4free, 4all, 4ever!
Medicine: Health - Encyclopedia‏‎‏‎ - Topics‏‎ -‏‎ Diseases‏‎ - Cancer - Rare diseases - Random Page Navigation: Drugs - Wellness - Obesity‏‎ - Diet - Ketogenic diet - W8MD weight loss diet - Editors: Recently Edited Pages - Alphabetical Order - Sponsors - USMLE The content on or accessible through WikiMD is for informational purposes only. WikiMD is not a substitute for professional medical advice. ^See full Disclaimers
W8MD weight loss logo

Ad. Tired of being overweight?. W8MD's physician weight loss program can HELP*
Special: W8MD's tele-weight loss consultations only $99.99. Call 718-946-5500. Limited acceptance.