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Xenotransplantation: The near future
Program and Abstracts
The last year of the German Research Foundation sponsored Transregio Research Group “Xenotransplantation”, the planning of the future: “Biology of xenogeneic cell and organ transplantation – from bench to bedside”
The first clinical xenotransplantation trial in New Zealand: Efficacy and safety
Limitations of the model of porcine islet transplantation in diabetic nonhuman primates affecting long-term survival and graft function
Bio-artificial pancreas providing immune protection for pig islet transplantation
Transplantation of neonatal islets from LEA29Y-transgenic pigs restores normoglycemia in streptozotocin-diabetic NSG-mice
Mechanical heart support at the Deutsches Herzzentrum Berlin: Recent developments (2011)
Heterotopic thoracic cardiac pig-to-baboon xenotransplantation
Recent progress in the production of transgenic pigs
Systematic design, production and breeding of multi-transgenic donor pigs
Xenotransplantation as policy problem: Comparing public debate and policies in an international perspective
Therapeutic potential of HO-1 in ischemia reperfusion injury
Xenograft protection by heme oxygenase-1
Antigen-specific regulatory T cells can induce tolerance to immunogenic grafts without the need for chronic immunosuppression
Immunoproteasome: Drug development for xenotransplantation
Characterization of an ecotropic porcine endogenous retrovirus class C (PERV-C) in a landrace pig
Transgenic pigs with reduced PERV expression by RNA interference
T-cell-mediated immunological barriers to xenotransplantation
Differences in human and porcine platelet oligosaccharides may influence phagocytosis by liver sinusoidal cells in vitro
Human TNF-related apoptosis-inducing ligand-expressing dendritic cells from transgenic pigs attenuate human xenogeneic T cell responses
Porcine alanine transaminase after liver allo-and xenotransplantation
The effect of Gal expression on pig cells on the human T-cell xenoresponse
Xenotransplantation Reviewers, 2011
Xenotransplantation literature update, November–December 2011