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Abstract: The development (in 1981) of a protocol for successful renal allotransplantation across ABO barriers is outlined. From this experience, the concept of ‘adaptation’, subsequently termed ‘accommodation’, was defined. It was then hypothesized that a similar approach might allow...
Abstract: Background: The pig pancreas is considered to be the most suitable source of islets for xenotransplantation into patients with type I diabetes. The purpose of this study was to assess the antigenicity of pig islets, including the Galα1‐3Galβ1‐4GlcNAc‐R (the α‐Gal) and...
Abstract: Background: N‐glycolylneuraminic acid (NeuGc) epitopes, so called Hanganutziu–Deicher (HD) antigens, which are widely expressed on endothelial cells of all mammals except humans, are considered to be potential targets for natural and elicited anti‐nonGalα1‐3 Gal (Gal) antibodies in...
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