from the same organism:
an autologous graft.
(of a tissue graft, blood transfusion, etc) originating from the recipient rather than from a donor
autologous au·tol·o·gous (ô-tŏl’ə-gəs)
Of or relating to a natural, normal occurrence in a certain type of tissue or in a specific structure of the body.
Of or relating to a graft in which the donor and recipient areas are in the same individual.
Derived or transplanted from the same individual’s body.
- Autologous graft
autologous graft autologous graft n. See autograft.
Classical Mythology. a thief, the son of Hermes and Chione, and the grandfather of Odysseus. He possessed the power of changing the shape of whatever he stole and of making it and himself invisible. Historical Examples Autolycus meanwhile never uttered a word, but lay beside his father like a breathing statue. A Problem in Greek […]
to cause to undergo autolysis. to undergo autolysis. verb (biochem) to undergo or cause to undergo autolysis
the breakdown of plant or animal tissue by the action of enzymes contained in the tissue affected; self-digestion. Historical Examples Only in tumors in which autolysis is active intra vitam does the method exert any effect. The Propaganda for Reform in Proprietary Medicines, Vol. 2 of 2 Various This disintegration may be due to a […]