Chemokines, their receptors, and transplant outcome1
Potential Impact of in Situ Liver Splitting on the Number of Available Grafts. Transplantation 2002; 74: 222.
Reperfusion injury associated with portal venous and hepatic arterial perfusion in liver transplantation
Endothelin receptor blockade during hypothermic perfusion preservation mitigates the adverse effect of preretrieval warm ischemic injury on posttransplant glomerular filtration rate1
Comparison of open, laparoscopic, and hand-assisted approaches to live-donor nephrectomy
Development of a pediatric end-stage liver disease score to predict poor outcome in children awaiting liver transplantation1
Detection of reactivation and genetic mutations of the hepatitis B virus in patients with chronic hepatitis B infections receiving hematopoietic stem cell transplantation1
Outcomes of African American kidney transplant recipients treated with sirolimus, tacrolimus, and corticosteroids
Persistent epstein-barr virus infection: unrestricted latent and lytic viral gene expression in healthy immunosuppressed transplant recipients1
Delayed graft function is characterized by reduced functional mass measured by 99mtechnetium-mercaptoacetyltriglycine renography
A longitudinal analysis of t-cell epitope-coding regions of hepatitis C virus after liver transplantation1
A prospective analysis of oxidative stress and liver transplantation1
Potential impact of in situ liver splitting on the number of available grafts
Determinants of protracted cytomegalovirus infection in solid-organ transplant patients1
Combination of tacrolimus, methotrexate, and methylprednisolone prevents acute but not chronic graft-versus-host disease in unrelated bone marrow transplantation
Differentiation and functional maturation of human cd14+ adherent peripheral blood monocytes by xenogeneic endothelial cells: up-regulation of costimulation, cytokine generation, and toll-like receptors1
Modulation of chemokine production and expression of adhesion molecules in renal tubular epithelial and endothelial cells by catecholamines
An immunosuppressive effect by synthetic sulfonolipids deduced from sulfonoquinovosyl diacylglycerols of sea urchin
Identification of the nonclassical HLA molecules, mica, as targets for humoral immunity associated with irreversible rejection of kidney allografts1
Left lobe living related liver transplantation in the absence of an extrahepatic left portal vein
Evidence that the ratio of donor kidney weight to recipient body weight, donor age, and episodes of acute rejection correlate independently with live-donor graft function1,2
Persistent and complete intracranial circulatory arrest is sufficient by itself to confirm brain death
Questions regarding abo-incompatible kidney transplantation in children
Life-threatening abo-mediated hemolysis after cadaveric orthotopic liver transplantation
Bilateral cadaveric lobar transplantation from a marginal adult donor to a pediatric recipient 1