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graft rejection


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graft rejection

graft rejection

Late rupture of the renal graft: not always graft rejection.

Changes in myocardial electrical impedance in human heart graft rejection

Influenza virus vaccination and kidney graft rejection: causality or coincidence

Monocyte cytotoxicity during acute kidney graft rejection in rats

Hypercoagulable state and graft rejection—is there a link?

Increase in proteinuria >200 mg/g after late rejection is associated with poor graft survival

Graft coronary artery disease is strongly related to the aetiology of heart failure and cellular rejections

Upper and Lower Respiratory Tract Viral Infections and Acute Graft Rejection in Lung Transplant Recipients

Serial changes in longitudinal graft function and implications of acute cellular graft rejections during the first year after heart transplantation

Transfer of regulatory T cells generated ex vivo modifies graft rejection through induction of tolerogenic CD4+CD25+ cells in the recipient

Cytokine and cytotoxic pathways of NK cell rejection of class I-deficient bone marrow grafts: influence of mouse colony environment.

NK cells contribute to the skin graft rejection promoted by CD4+ T cells activated through the indirect allorecognition pathway

MP693DOUBLE FILTRATION PLASMAPHERESIS AND THERAPEUTIC PLASMA EXCHANGE: EFFICACY AND SAFETY IN THE TREATMENT OF RENAL GRAFT ANTIBODY MEDIATED REJECTION

Dietary fish oil does not influence acute rejection rate and graft survival after renal transplantation: a randomized placebo‐controlled study

Discontinuing trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole prophylaxis does not lead to increased risk of rejection in renal transplant patients with stable graft function.

Donor age and delayed graft function as predictors of renal allograft survival in rejection-free patients.

 

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A cell-mediated immune response to transplanted tissue that causes destruction of a graft. Rejection is evoked by the histocompatibility antigens (q.v.) of the foreign cells.

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