Forschung & Entwicklung Transfusionsmedizin

Research

Research at the Institute of Transfusion Medicine and Transplant Engineering

 

All research at the Institute of Transfusion Medicine and Transplant Engineering is designated to biotechnology approaches in organ and stem cell transplantation to combat rejection and infection. The priority programs are determined to optimizing allogeneic and xenogeneic biomaterials to perfectly match the patient’s cell replacement needs and are part of powerful research networks at both the national and international level.

Among the allograft engineering developments, Invisible Organs created by transplant engineering are addressing the burden of rejection and the acute shortage of organs whereas alloCELL created from selected T-cells are addressing the burden of infection in patients often having no alternative therapeutic option available.

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