Fetal islet like cell clusters | Pig | Sweden
1. Contact address(Person who provides information. This information will be treated confidentially)?
First Name: Carl-Gustav
Last Name: Groth
Zip: S14106 Huddinge
Institution: Karolinska institute, Huddinge Hospital
2. What is the source of your information about human xenotransplantation practices?
3. What is the therapeutic purpose of this xenotransplantation treatment?
4. Where and when is this human xenotransplantation practice taking place?
Timing: In 1990
5. Is this treatment part of a clinical trial?
6. How many patients are included in this clinical trial?
7. What are the inclusion criteria for patient selection?
i. Duration on the waiting list? Unknown
ii. Life-threatening diseases without alternative therapy? No
iii. Is a protocol available? Yes
6. What is the animal source of the xenotransplantation product?
Do you have information about source animals?
8. Testing of safety
Do you have information about testing of safety?
9. What type of cells/tissues/organs was transplanted?
Cells: Fetal islet like cell clusters
10.What type of exposure to xenogeneic cells was involved?
- Solid-organ Xenotransplantation: No
- Cellular Xenotransplantation: Yes
- Tissue Xenotransplantation: Yes
- Human cells exposed to xenogeneic Feeder cells: No
- Extracorporeal perfusion: No
- Encapsulation: No
- Other bioartificial isolation device:
Do you have information about transplant recipients?
12. Have results been presented at a scientific congress?
if yes, where?
13. Have results been published in a scientific journal?
if yes, Where?
Groth CG et al. Transplantation of porcine fetal pancreas to diabetic patients. Lancet 1994; 344:1402-1404
14. Is this human clinical trial performed with governmental and/or institutional oversight and supervision?
if yes, which?
16. CommentTags: data collection