PBSC

AcronymDefinition
PBSCPeripheral Blood Stem Cell
PBSCPro Bono Students Canada
PBSCPersonal Balanced Scorecard (self-coaching method)
PBSCPublic Bike System Company
PBSCPerformance-Based Service Contracting
PBSCPalm Beach State College (Florida)
PBSCPark Bench Social Club (band)
PBSCPolar Bear Software Company
PBSCPublic Buildings and Site Commission
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We report a patient with hepatitis-associated SAA who was successfully treated with syngeneic peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) transplantation after a series of infectious and bleeding complications.
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Each year, through PBSC programs, 2,000 law students across the country contribute over 100,000 pro bono hours to the work of hundreds of public sector organizations, legal clinics, government agencies, courts and tribunals, and lawyers working pro bono.
Group 1 consisted of three paediatric patients who had undergone a regiment of chemotherapy, followed by either an autologous haematopoietic progenitor cell (Auto-HPC) marrow infusion, matched unrelated donated haematopoietic progenitor cell (MUDHPC) infusion, autologous peripheral PBSC infusion, or CB infusion together with the administration of G-CSF.
For PBSC, the cells have to be encouraged to move from the bone marrow into the circulating blood stream where they can be collected.
tested Group First-round PCR Nested PCR Blood donors 0/100 0/100 Patients with 0/84 0/84 suspected viral diseases BM/PBSC transplant ND ND recipients Kidney transplant ND ND recipients (%) * PBMCs, gl 4kberal blood mononuclear cells; BM, bone marrow; PBSC, peripheral blood stem cell; ND, not done.
Peripheral blood Procedure in which blood containing mobilized stem stem cell (PBSC) cells are collected by apheresis, stored, and transplant infused following high-dose chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy.
This saturated buffer (PBSC) was used throughout the staining procedure to minimize demineralization of spicules and to facilitate the identification of spicule regions after staining.
(1) Filgrastim's short half-life of 3 to 4 hours, mediated by neutrophil endocytosis and renal clearance, requires daily to twice daily subcutaneous injections for peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) mobilization.
The majority of experience has been with granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) supported autologous bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) transplantation.