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In general, immunoisolation is the process of protecting implanted material such as biopolymers, cells, or drug release carriers from an immune reaction. The most prominent means of accomplishing this is through the use of cell encapsulation.[1]


  1. ^ Opara EC, Kendall WF Jr (2002). "Immunoisolation techniques for islet cell transplantation". Expert Opin Biol Ther. 2 (5): 503–11. doi:10.1517/14712598.2.5.503. PMID 12079486. S2CID 33728336.