Autologous Vs. Allogenic
Cell therapy products are manufactured from either an origin of autologous or allogeneic cells or tissue. Autologous cell therapy products are manufactured from the patient’s own cells or tissue, while allogeneic cell therapy products are derived from a donor other than the patient. Autologous cell therapy products have been in clinical use for over 30 years using cellular material from bone marrow, white blood cells, and platelets. In the recent decade, a strong push has been made to develop autologous cell therapy derived from adipose derived stem cells.
Where autologous cell therapy is personalized, allogeneic cell therapy is not and the manufacturing process differs in that it often involves extensive cell processing.
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