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Financial aspects of organ procurement from deceased donors in the USA—Relevance to xenotransplantation
Xenotransplantation literature update, May/June 2017
Creation of chimeric animals by blastocyst complementation; Editorial commentary
Xenogeneic chimera—Generated by blastocyst complementation—As a potential unlimited source of recipient‐tailored organs
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Characterization of porcine endogenous retrovirus expression in neonatal and adult pig pancreatic islets
The impact of serum incubation time on IgM/IgG binding to porcine aortic endothelial cells
Effects of encapsulated porcine islets on glucose and C‐peptide concentrations in diabetic nude mice 6 months after intraperitoneal transplantation
Long‐term safety from transmission of porcine endogenous retrovirus after pig‐to‐non‐human primate corneal transplantation
Level of acceptance of islet cell and kidney xenotransplants by personnel of hospitals with and without experience in clinical xenotransplantation
Newspaper coverage of human‐pig chimera research : A qualitative study on select media coverage of scientific breakthrough
Human galectin‐9 on the porcine cells affects the cytotoxic activity of M1‐differentiated THP‐1 cells through inducing a shift in M2‐differentiated THP‐1 cells
Angiopoietin‐1 and angiopoietin‐2 protect porcine iliac endothelial cells from human antibody‐mediated complement‐dependent cytotoxicity through phosphatidylinositide 3‐kinase/AKT pathway activation