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EFFECT OF PRIMARY AND RECURRENT CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTIONS UPON GRAFT AND PATIENT SURVIVAL AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
ALLOGRAFT VIABILITY DETERMINED BY ENZYME ANALYSIS
CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION BLOCKS THE BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF PRETRANSPLANT BLOOD TRANSFUSION ON RENAL ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL
PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF THE PREVALENCE AND SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
USE OF ANTITHYMOCYTE GLOBULIN FOR REVERSAL OF ACUTE ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
ROLE OF PERFUSATE PROTEIN CONCENTRATION IN THE PROTECTION OF ACUTE POST-TRANSPLANT RENAL FAILURE DURING HYPOTHERMIC PULSATILE PERFUSION
ROLE OF PANCREATIC DUCT LIGATION FOR SEGMENTAL PANCREAS AUTOTRANSPLANTATION
IMPROVING FUNCTION OF HEARTS PRESERVED FOR 24 HOURS BY CONTROLLING REPERFUSION
EFFECT OF BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS ON SURVIVAL OF CADAVER AND LIVING RELATED RENAL TRANSPLANTS
INTRAPERITONEAL TRANSPLANTATION OF IMMEDIATELY VASCULARIZED SEGMENTAL PANCREATIC GRAFTS WITHOUT DUCT LIGATION
SELECTIVE LYMPHOID IRRADIATION
ARE THE NATIVE KIDNEYS RESPONSIBLE FOR ERYTHROCYTOSIS IN RENAL ALLORECIPIENTS?
MORPHOLOGY AND FUNCTION OF ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES TRANSPLANTED INTO RAT SPLEEN
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