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Allogeneic refers to living beings, or biological material from them, who are sufficiently different genetically such that there is no antigenic interaction.

The FDA considers an "allogeneic transplantation" to be a "transplantation from an unrelated donor or a related donor other than an identical twin."[1]


  1. See 20 CFR PART 404 APPENDIX 1.