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Graft dysfunction in simultaneous pancreas kidney transplantation (SPK): Results of concurrent kidney and pancreas allograft biopsies
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2019-02)
Simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplants offer significant therapeutic advantages but present a diagnostic approach dilemma in the diagnosis of rejection. Because both organs are from the same donor, the kidney has ...
SLPI in the perfusion solution helps to identify graft quality in kidney transplants
(Future Medicine, 2019-08)
Aim: It is important to find biomarkers that identify the graft quality in kidney transplantation. Results & methodology: The level of SLPI in the cold preservation solution was used as a marker to predict early kidney ...
Anti‐Hla donor‐specific antibody monitoring in pancreas transplantation: Role of protocol biopsies
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2020-08)
In kidney transplantation, de novo donor-specific antibodies (DSA) correlate with poor graft survival, and Consensus Guidelines recommend a protocol biopsy. In pancreas transplantation, DSA are also associated with poor ...
Gut Permeability and Glucose Absorption Are Affected at Early Stages of Graft Rejection in a Small Bowel Transplant Rat Model
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2017-11)
BACKGROUND: intestinal transplantation (ITx) faces many challenges due to the complexity of surgery and to the multiple immunological reactions that leads to the necessity of rigorous follow-up for early detection of acute ...
Autogenous Vascularized Intestinal Grafting for Urethral Reconstruction in Felines
(Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2020)
Cranioplasty Using Autologous Fasciae Latae Graft for Nasal Bone Fracture Repair in a Dog
(Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2017)
Acute cellular rejection in small-bowel transplantation impairs NCR+ innate lymphoid cell subpopulation 3/interleukin 22 axis
(Elsevier Science, 2020-06)
Acute cellular rejection (ACR) remains as one of the main causes of graft loss and death in intestinal transplant (ITx) patients. ACR promotes intestinal injury, disruption of the mucosal barrier, bacterial translocation, ...
Intestinal microbiota changes after solid organ transplantation: a systematic review
Development and characterization of a new inbred transgenic rat strain expressing DsRed monomeric fluorescent protein
The inbred rat is a suitable model for studying human disease and because of its larger size is more amenable to complex surgical manipulation than the mouse. While the rodent fulfills many of the criteria for transplantation ...