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Post‐transplantation infections are common. In immunosuppressed human xenograft recipients, infection is most likely to be due to the same pathogens seen in human allotransplantation. However, organisms derived from swine and transmitted with xenografts have the potential to cause novel...
During the last years, progress has been made in survival and function of pig‐to‐non‐human primate organ xenotransplantation using organs from genetically modified pigs and immunosuppression regimens that are clinically acceptable. This, together with increased insights into a low risk of...
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