G-CSF


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AcronymDefinition
G-CSFGranulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor
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Intervention group subjects received 300 [micro]g of G-CSF (Filgrastim, Switzerland), transvaginally by using an insemination catheter (Prodimed, France).
0 x 106 CD34+ cells/kg with up to 2 apheresis sessions in preparation for autologous transplantation after a single administration of BL-8040 and G-CSF, as compared to placebo and G-CSF.
9] showed that G-CSF and its receptor play important roles in muscle development and regeneration.
Although G-CSF is a hematopoietic glycoprotein, current studies have revealed that it has some other interesting properties.
The researchers said CDX-301 appears to be an effective, targeted approach to mobilization comparable to G-CSF.
The hematopoietic factor G-CSF is a neuronal ligand that counteracts programmed cell death and drives neurogenesis.
If there is a severe infection, high dose intravenous immunoglobulin and G-CSF may be used in addition to antibiotics.
Comparison of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF)-mobilized peripheral blood progenitor cells and G-CSF - stimulated bone marrow as a source of stem cells in HLA-matched sibling transplantation.
Teva is committed to commercializing G-CSFs globally and is continuing to build the portfolio of short- and long-acting G-CSFs in this important, patient-focused category of medicines," said Dr.
The patient\'s condition improved after treatment with G-CSF and Ceftriaxone.
The ten days of herbal treatment also prevented elevation of G-CSF and significantly reduced increase of GM-CSF in the serum as well as significantly diminishing the amounts of pro-inflammatory cytokines in the serum.
The degree of G-CSF production depends on the resulting rise in temperature: low levels in low temperature (37.