Gewinnung und Präparation von peripheren Blutstammzellen

  • M. Wiesneth


Die Möglichkeit, periphere Blutstammzellen durch Wachstumsfaktoren zu mobilisieren und in großer Menge durch Zytaphereseverfahren zu gewinnen, hat neue Perspektiven sowohl für die autologe als auch für die allogene Transplantation hämatopoetischer Vorläuferzellen eröffnet. Blutstammzellen sind im Vergleich zum Knochenmark einfacher und risikoärmer zu gewinnen, bieten eine höhere Vorläuferzellzahl, führen zu einer rascheren hämatologischen und immunologischen Rekonstitution nach Transplantation und erleichtern neue Behandlungsstrategien mit In-vitro-Manipulation des Transplantates bis hin zur zellulären Immuntherapie und Gentherapie.


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