AUTOPHAGY IN ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
MICROARRAY ANALYSIS AFTER PREOPERATIVE DIETARY RESTRICTION REVEALS POTENTIAL MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE PROTECTION AGAINST RENAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY
LIRAGLUTIDE PROTECTS β CELLS FROM PROINFLAMMATORY TISSUE FACTOR BEARING MICROPARTICLES IN AN IN VITRO MODEL OF ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION: INTEREST FOR PANCREATIC ISLETS TRANSPLANTATION
METABOLOMICS ANALYSIS OF URINE AND KIDNEY SAMPLES AFTER RENAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY IN MOUSE
INHIBITION OF STRESS KINASE-DEPENDENT PRO-OXIDANT SIGNALING PREVENTS ISCHEMIA/ REPERFUSION INJURY (IRI)
FUNCTIONAL CONTRAST FREE MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI) FOR EARLY DETECTION OF ISCHEMIA INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) AND ACUTE TRANSPLANT REJECTION
DESIGN OF NANOPARTICLE THERAPEUTICS FOR ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURIES
COMPLEMENT AND ISCHEMY REPERFUSION INJURY
ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY AND CHRONIC INJURY
PROTECTION AGAINST RENAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY BY DIETARY RESTRICTION AND FASTING THROUGH DOWNREGULATION OF MANNAN-BINDING LECTIN
RECOMBINANT C1INH REDUCES ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION-INDUCED IMMUNE RESPONSE AND IMPROVES KIDNEY GRAFT OUTCOME
ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS IMPROVE THE VASCULARIZATION OF THE INTRAMUSCULAR SITE BEFORE ISLET IMPLANTATION IN THE MINIPIG
ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION, INFLAMMATORY SIGNALLING AND DENDRITIC CELLS
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DETERMINATION OF ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION MECHANISMS AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL: THE UNFOLDED PROTEIN RESPONSE
HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 90 INHIBITION WITH AT13387 ABROGATES TLR4-MEDIATED NF-κB ACTIVITY AND PROTECTS FROM OXIDATIVE STRESS
INJURY OF PERIBILIARY GLANDS AND VASCULAR PLEXUS BEFORE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION PREDICTS FORMATION OF NON-ANASTOMOTIC BILIARY STRICTURES
HO-1-DEPENDENT CD11B+F4/80LO RENAL CELLS CONFER RESISTANCE AGAINST RENAL I/R
ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND LATER RENAL FIBROSIS ARE ATTENUATED BY COMPLEMENT DEFICIENCY
ROLE OF INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN LUNG ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY IN A MODEL OF ORGAN-SPECIFIC CULTURE
FUTURE IN BRAIN DEATH DONOR MANAGEMENT
USING PROTEOMICS AND METABOLOMICS AS NOVEL TOOLS TO IDENTIFY MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION AND METABOLIC DYSREGULATION AS CRITICAL FACTORS IN BRAIN DEATH INDUCED KIDNEY INJURY
TRIPHASIC RESPONSE OF GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE AFTER EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN DEATH IN PIGS
A META-ANALYSIS AND META-REGRESSION OF OUTCOMES INCLUDING ISCHEMIC CHOLANGIOPATHY IN DONATION AFTER CARDIAC DEATH LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
α-MELANOCYTE STIMULATING HORMONE TREATMENT DOES NOT IMPROVE EARLY GRAFT FUNCTION IN PORCINE BRAIN DEAD KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
SUDDEN ONSET OF BRAIN DEATH LEADS TO BETTER RAT KIDNEY FUNCTION THAN SLOW ONSET OF BRAIN DEATH
PRECLINICAL PORCINE MODEL OF ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURIES IN THE LUNG DURING CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
UPDATE ON (VOLATILE) ANESTHETICS IN PREVENTING ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
REMOTE ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN NEUROLOGICAL DEATH ORGAN DONORS (RIPNOD) DECREASES LIVER REPERFUSION INJURY-PRELIMINARY DATA
HEMO2LIFE®, A NATURAL OXYGEN TRANSPORTER, IMPROVES DONOR HEART PRESERVATION DURING PROLONGED STORAGE
ISCHEMIC POSTCONDITIONING OF THE LIVER GRAFT IN ADULT LIVER TRANSPLANTATION. EFFECTS ON ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY AND LIVER FUNCTION
ISCHAEMIC POST CONDITIONING REDUCES RENAL WARM ISCHAEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
PREOPERATIVE FASTING PROTECTS AGED OBESE MICE AGAINST RENAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY
RESUSCITATION OF WARM ISCHEMIA-DAMAGED PORCINE KIDNEY GRAFTS BY VENOUS SYSTEMIC OXYGEN PERSUFFLATION USING ECOSOL
UPDATE ON RENAL EX VIVO WARM PERFUSION
A NOVEL METHOD OF PROTEIN DELIVERY FOR EX-VIVO PROTECTION AND REPAIR OF ORGANS FOR TRANSPLANTATION
AN EX VIVO PERFUSION SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE RECOVERY OF HEARTS SOURCED FROM MARGINAL DONORS
MIMIKING NON-HEART BEATING LUNG DONORS WITH HYBRID MODEL OF IN VIVO ISCHEMIA FOLLOWED BY IN VITRO EX-VIVO LUNG PERFUSION ( IN VITRO EVLP)
MICROVESICLES ABROGATE THE EFFECTS OF RENAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY ON KIDNEY FUNCTION
CRITERIA FOR VIABILITY ASSESSMENT OF DISCARDED HUMAN DONOR LIVERS DURING EX-VIVO NORMOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION
ANTI-APOPTOTIC EFFECTS OF 3,3′,5-TRIIODO-L-THYRONINE IN THE LIVER OF BRAIN-DEAD RATS
MACHINE PERFUSION OF THE LIVER, WHERE ARE WE GOING?
METABOLOMIC PROFILE OF PERFUSATE AND BILE COMPARING MACHINE PERFUSION WITH A NEW CELL FREE OXYGEN CARRIER SOLUTION AND COLD STORAGE PRESERVATION IN A PORCINE MODEL OF LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
METABOLOMIC ANALYSIS OF PERFUSATE FROM CADAVERIC KIDNEYS STORED BY HYPOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION
MEASUREMENT OF OXYGEN LEVELS IN HUMAN LIVERS UNDERGOING HYPOTHERMIC OXYGENATED MACHINE PERFUSION
MACHINE PERFUSION FOLLOWING STATIC COLD STORAGE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION DECREASES THE DURATION OF DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION AND TIME TO HOSPITAL DISCHARGE
ARE PRE AND POST-TRANSPLANT RENAL HEMODYNAMICS MEASURE WITH THE PERFUSSION MACHINE AND DOPPLER ULTRASOUND STUDIES ABLE TO PREDICT ACUTE TUBULAR NECROSIS?
NORMOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION REDUCES BILE DUCT INJURY AND IMPROVES BILIARY EPITHELIAL FUNCTION IN RAT DONOR LIVERS
BIOMARKERS IN ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
NEUTROPHIL GELATINASE ASSOCIATED LIPOCALIN, BUT NOT KIDNEY INJURY MARKER-1, CORRELATES WITH DURATION OF DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION
ROLE OF LIPOCALIN-2 IN A MURINE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION MODEL OF ISCHEMIA/ REPERFUSION INJURY (IRI) AND ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
HYPOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION OF THE PANCREAS: A PROMISING PRESERVATION METHOD FOR ISLET ISOLATION
THE UNFOLDED PROTEIN RESPONSE (UPR) CAN PARTICIPATE TO THE LIVER ISCHEMIC POSTCONDITIONING PROTECTION AGAINST ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION (I/R) INJURY VIA THE MODULATION OF NF-KB/CHOP/IL-1β SIGNALING PATHWAY
ACTIVATION OF THE CALCIUM-SENSING RECEPTOR BEFORE RENAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION EXACERBATES KIDNEY INJURY IN MOUSE
N-OCTANOYL DOPAMINE CONDITIONING HAS AN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ON THE MITOCHONDRIAL ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAIN
SOLUTION SCOT15 IMPROVES EARLY SURVIVAL COMPARED TO THE UW SOLUTION FOLLOWING RAT LIVER TRANSPLANTATION IN A STRONG ALLOGENIC COMBINATION
HISTOLOGICAL INJURY DETECTED IN BIOPSIES OF EXTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCT OF DONOR LIVERS REPRESENTS INJURY IN THE REST OF THE BILIARY TREE, INCLUDING THE INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS
CARDIOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF FONDAPARINUX IN A RAT MODEL OF MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION
CINACALCET TREATMENT AT THE TIME OF TRANSPLANTATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH A SIGNIFICANT RISK OF DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
INCREASED INFLAMMATION AND FIBROSIS CAUSED BY HYPEROXALURIA IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF RENAL ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION
VASCULOTIDE ADMINISTRATION IN A BRAIN DEATH RAT MODEL
THE PROPER ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING ATTENUATES FUNCTIONAL. METABOLIC. MORPHOLOGIC INJURY FROM RENAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN THE MOUSE
GRADUAL WARMING-UP OF KIDNEYS REDUCES INJURY COMPARED TO IMMEDIATE REPERFUSION
N-OCTANOYL DOPAMINE AMELIORATES LUNG FUNCTION IN THE ACUTE PHASE AFTER LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
EARLY ALLOGRAFT DYSFUNCTION DECREASES PATIENT SURVIVAL AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
DONOR PRE-TREATMENT WITH THE GERANYLGERANYLACETONE DERIVATE, NYK9354, REDUCES BRAIN DEATH-ASSOCIATED INFLAMMATION IN THE KIDNEY AT ORGAN RETRIEVAL
FLUSHING PORCINE DCD LIVERS WITH CYCLO-DEXTRIN COMPLEXED CURCUMIN DOES NOT REDUCE ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
VIABILITY ASSESSMENT OF DISCARDED HUMAN KIDNEYS USING EX-VIVO NORMOTHERMIC PERFUSION
INITIAL EXPERIENCE OF SEQUENT «IN SITU/EX VIVO» NORMOTHERMIC EXTRACORPOREAL PERFUSION FOR RESUSCITATION KIDNEY FROM UNCONTROLLED DONORS
NEW PERFUSION APPARATUS TO IMPROVE CARDIAC GRAFT VIABILITY DURING HYPOTHERMIC TRANSPORT
MACHINE PERFUSION PRESERVATION USING ECOSOL ATTENUATES WARM ISCHEMIC DAMAGE IN PORCINE KIDNEY GRAFTS
INFLUENCE OF AGING PROCESS ON STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RAT LIVERS SUBJECTED TO ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION
INFLUENCE OF AGING PROCESS ON SELECTED PARAMETERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN RAT LIVER SUBJECTED TO ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION
IMPACT OF ISCHAEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY AND STEATOSIS IN PRE- AND POST-REPERFUSION BIOPSIES ON LIVER TRANSPLANT OUTCOMES
NOVEL RODENT HYBRID MODEL OF RENAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY/AUTOTRANSPLANTATION
NATURAL HISTORY OF KIDNEY WARM ISCHEMIC DAMAGE IN RAT MODEL
A MURINE MODEL OF PULMONARY ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION INJURY: TRICKS OF THE TRADE