Gil Hecht

Orna Tal2
Smadar Eventov-Friedman2
Elias Shezen2
Helena Katchman2
2Orna Tal
2Smadar Eventov-Friedman
2Elias Shezen
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  • Smadar Eventov-Friedman, Dalit Tchorsh, Helena Katchman, Elias Shezen, Anna Aronovich, Gil Hecht +7 others
  • 2006
BACKGROUND Transplantation of embryonic pig pancreatic tissue as a source of insulin has been suggested for the cure of diabetes. However, previous limited clinical trials failed in their attempts to treat diabetic patients by transplantation of advanced gestational age porcine embryonic pancreas. In the present study we examined growth potential,(More)
  • Dalit Tchorsh-Yutsis, Gil Hecht, Anna Aronovich, Elias Shezen, Yael Klionsky, Chava Rosen +9 others
  • 2009
1 OBJECTIVE—Defining an optimal costimulatory blockade– based immune suppression protocol enabling engraftment and functional development of E42 pig embryonic pancreatic tissue in mice. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS—Considering that anti-CD40L was found to be thrombotic in humans, we sought to test alternative costimulatory blockade agents already in clinical(More)
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