Molecular Pathogenesis of Epstein-Barr Virus-Associated Posttransplant Lymphomas: New Insights through Latent Membrane Protein Fingerprinting. Transplantation 2001: 72: 492.
Effects of Catecholamine Application to Brain-Dead Donors on Graft Survival in Solid Organ Transplantation. Transplantation 2001: 72: 455.
VIRAL SERINE PROTEINASE INHIBITOR (SERP-1) EFFECTIVELY DECREASES THE INCIDENCE OF GRAFT VASCULOPATHY IN HETEROTOPIC HEART ALLOGRAFTS1
SUPPRESSION MEDIATED BY ANERGIC CD4+ T CELLS REQUIRES STIMULATION BY MHC-PEPTIDE COMPLEXES AND CAN BE INDUCED IN THE PRESENCE OF COSTIMULATION1
INDUCTION THERAPY WITH MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR CD80 AND CD86 DELAYS THE ONSET OF ACUTE RENAL ALLOGRAFT REJECTION IN NON-HUMAN PRIMATES1
SELECTIVE ATTENUATION OF ACUTE LUNG VENTILATORY INJURY BY METHYLENE BLUE AFTER LIVER ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION: A DRUG RESPONSE STUDY IN AN ISOLATED PERFUSED DOUBLE ORGAN MODEL1
FUNCTIONAL METABOLIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INTACT PIG LIVERS DURING PROLONGED EXTRACORPOREAL PERFUSION: POTENTIAL FOR A UNIQUE BIOLOGICAL LIVER-ASSIST DEVICE1
PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING ON THE COLD-PRESERVED LIVER ARE TYROSINE KINASE DEPENDENT
THE ROLE OF DIFFERENT IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN THE LONG-TERM HISTOLOGICAL OUTCOME OF HCV REINFECTION AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANTATION FOR HCV CIRRHOSIS
REVERSAL OF STEROID- AND ANTI-LYMPHOCYTE ANTIBODY- RESISTANT REJECTION USING INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULIN (IVIG) IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
MEASUREMENT OF MYCOPHENOLATE MOFETIL EFFECT IN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS1
PRIMARY HYPEROXALURIA TYPE 1: IMPROVED OUTCOME WITH TIMELY LIVER TRANSPLANTATION: A SINGLE-CENTER REPORT OF 36 CHILDREN
EFFECT OF Bw4 AND Bw6 EPITOPE MISMATCHES ON ANTIBODY PRODUCTION, ACUTE AND CHRONIC REJECTION, AND GRAFT SURVIVAL IN RENAL ALLOGRAFTS
PROTEINURIA AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION AFFECTS NOT ONLY GRAFT SURVIVAL BUT ALSO PATIENT SURVIVAL
NO EVIDENCE OF ACCELERATED LOSS OF KIDNEY FUNCTION IN LIVING KIDNEY DONORS: RESULTS FROM A CROSS-SECTIONAL FOLLOW-UP1
WEANING OF IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN LIVING DONOR LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS1
Effects of catecholamine application to brain-dead donors on graft survival in solid organ transplantation1
STUDIES OF PEDIATRIC LIVER TRANSPLANTATION (SPLIT): YEAR 2000 OUTCOMES
CANDIDA FASCIITIS FOLLOWING RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
THE ROLE OF THE ALLOGRAFT IN THE INDUCTION OF DONOR-SPECIFIC T CELL HYPORESPONSIVENESS
COMPARISON OF ACTIVATION REQUIREMENTS AND ACTIVATION PHENOTYPE OF ALLOGENEIC AND XENOGENEIC RODENT RESPONSES IN VIVO AND IN VITRO1
MOLECULAR PATHOGENESIS OF EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS ASSOCIATED POSTTRANSPLANT LYMPHOMAS: NEW INSIGHTS THROUGH LATENT MEMBRANE PROTEIN 1 FINGERPRINTING1
IMMUNOTOXIN FN18-CRM9 INDUCES STRONGER T CELL SIGNALING THAN UNCONJUGATED MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY FN181 2
HUMAN ANTI-PORCINE γδ T-CELL XENOREACTIVITY IS INHIBITED BY HUMAN FasL EXPRESSION ON PORCINE ENDOTHELIAL CELLS1
PLATELET-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PATHOGENESIS OF TRANSPLANT REJECTION1
BIPHASIC RESPONSE OF THE REGIONAL LYMPHATICS IN THE NORMAL LYMPHOCYTE TRANSFER REACTION1
PERIPHERAL REGULATION OF GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST ALLOREACTIVITY IN MIXED CHIMERIC MINIATURE SWINE
EVANS’ SYNDROME COMPLICATING CHRONIC GRAFT VERSUS HOST DISEASE AFTER CADAVERIC LIVER TRANSPLANTATION1
SUCCESSFUL USE OF CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT FROM SEROTONIN ANTAGONIST INTOXICATION
DIAGNOSTIC YIELD OF SCREENING COLONOSCOPIES IN LUNG TRANSPLANT CANDIDATES1
SUCCESSFUL RENAL TRANSPLANTATION AFTER ENDOVASCULAR BIFURCATED STENT GRAFT REPAIR OF AN ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM
NOSOCOMIAL OUTBREAK OF INFLUENZA VIRUS A (H3N2) INFECTION IN A SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANT DEPARTMENT
A GIANT MULTIACINAR MACROREGENERATIVE NODULE IN AN EXPLANTED LIVER
FATE OF A RENAL TUBULOPAPILLARY ADENOMA TRANSMITTED BY AN ORGAN DONOR
COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF ENALAPRIL AND LOSARTAN ON POSTTRANSPLANTATION ERYTHROCYTOSIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
SAFETY OF AEROSOLIZED AMPHOTERICIN B LIPID COMPLEX IN LUNG TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS1 2
HETEROZYGOSITY FOR THE FACTOR V LEIDEN (G1691A) MUTATION PREDISPOSES RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS TO THROMBOTIC COMPLICATIONS AND GRAFT LOSS1
CERIVASTATIN-INDUCED RHABDOMYOLYSIS IN A RENAL TRANSPLANT ON CYCLOSPORIN
LIVING DONOR WITH TYPE IV-A CHOLEDOCHAL CYST IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION1
HOMOLOGOUS TRANSPLANTATION OF PREPUBERTAL TESTES IN THE DOG1
NEUTROPENIA AFTER TREATMENT OF POSTTRANSPLANTATION ERYTHROCYTOSIS WITH ENALAPRIL
EXPANDED CRITERIA DONORS/HIGH RISK RECIPIENTS IS NOT ALWAYS CHEAPER THAN HEMODIALYSIS
REPLY TO “EXPANDED CRITERIA DONORS/HIGH RISK RECIPIENTS IS NOT ALWAYS CHEAPER THAN HEMODIALYSIS”
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