The Publisher's Note
International Xenotransplantation Association
Both IgG and IgM anti-pig antibodies induce complement activation and cytotoxicity
Removal of bowel aerobic gram-negative bacteria is more effective than immunosuppression with cyclophosphamide and steroids to decrease natural α-Galactosyl IgG antibodies
Low molecular weight dextran sulfate prevents complement activation and delays hyperacute rejection in pig-to-human xenotransplantation models
Human membrane cofactor protein (MCP, CD 46) protects transgenic pig hearts from hyperacute rejection in primates
Preconditioning with the prostacyclin analog epoprostenol and cobra venom factor prevents reperfusion injury and hyperacute rejection in discordant liver xenotransplantation
Immortalized bone-marrow derived pig endothelial cells
Characterization of human killer cell reactivity against porcine target cells: differential modulation by cytokines
Oral delivery of xeno-antigen combined with non-depleting anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody induces significantly prolonged survival of concordant skin xenograft
Letter to Editor