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Platelet sequestration is a common process during organ reperfusion after transplantation. However, instead of lower platelet counts, when using traditional hemocytometers and light microscopy, we observed physiologically implausible platelet counts in the course of ex‐vivo lung and liver...
Liver failure is a critical disease for which regenerative therapies are still being explored. The major limitation in the use of a clinical grade, viable cell‐based therapy approach is the scarce availability of sufficient number of in‐vitro differentiated hepatocyte‐like cells (HLC) that can...
Keith Reemtsma was a pioneer in xenotransplantation, the Honorary Founding President of the International Xenotransplantation Association (in 1998), and a wonderful personality. It is a privilege to be invited to give this lecture in his memory.
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