Main meanings of allotransplant in English

: allotransplant1allotransplant2

allotransplant1

Pronunciation /ˌaləʊˈtransplɑːnt/ /ˌaləʊˈtrɑːnsplɑːnt/ /ˌaləʊˈtransplant/

noun

Biology Medicine
  • A transplant of an organ, tissue, or cells from a genetically distinct individual of the same species; an allograft.

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in New England Journal of Medicine. From allo- + transplant, after allotransplantation.

Main meanings of allotransplant in English

: allotransplant1allotransplant2

allotransplant2

Pronunciation /aləʊtransˈplɑːnt/ /aləʊtrɑːnsˈplɑːnt/ /aləʊtransˈplant/

verb

Biology Medicine
  • To transplant (an organ, tissue, or cells) from a genetically distinct individual of the same species.

Origin

1960s. From allo- + transplant, after allotransplantation.