Percentage of shipped U.S. cord blood units by TNC count 2002-2016

This statistic depicts the total number of chord blood units (CBUs) shipped from U.S. cord blood banks (CBBs) for use in transplants by the total nucleated cell count (TNC) for each unit from 2002 to 2016. According to the data, of CBUs released for transplant (shipped), 57.4 percent had TNC values greater than 1.75. In general, the higher the TNC value, the more likely a CBU is to be successfully transplanted into a patient.

Share of U.S. cord blood units (CBUs) shipped by the U.S. by total nucleated cell count (TNC) from 2002 to 2016

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Source

Release date

September 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2002 to 2016

Supplementary notes

The term "banked CBUs" refers to CBUs collected, and "shipped CBUs" refers to CBUs released for transplant. TNC count is expressed in 10 to the 9th power units.
TNC count is used as a guideline for quality control and clinical matching of donor specimens to patients as a higher TNC count is correlated to higher success rates for transplants

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