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Antiretroviral-therapy has dramatically changed the course of HIV infection and HIV-infected (HIV(+)) individuals are becoming more frequently eligible for solid-organ transplantation. However, only scarce data are available on how immunosuppressive (IS) strategies relate to transplantation outcome and immune function. We determined the impact of(More)
Previous reports have described an association between cytomegalovirus infection and increased donor-specific alloreactivity of bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) lymphocytes in transplanted lungs and a higher risk of bronchiolitis obliterans due to chronic rejection. We have postulated that during infection, intragraft CMV-specific lymphocytes are activated and(More)
We describe the analysis of zero result searches in DLESE, the Digital Library for Earth System Education, with the intent to use the information to discover gaps in the collection. Close examination of null result searches reveals insights into the kinds of information sought by users but which is missing from the collection. Although it is not possible to(More)
The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL; http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/), one of the cornerstones of the Encyclopedia of Life (eol.org), now contains more than 26 million digitized pages for almost 37,000 titles of the published literature of biodiversity held in the collections of major natural history libraries. This paper describes the development of(More)
Through the application of multiple strategies and tools, the Biodiversity Heritage Library has created an effective and collaborative multi-institutional virtual organization. The purpose of this paper is to explore the communication and collaboration strategies used by the BHL to create, maintain, and provide open access to its corpus of biodiversity(More)
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