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Glomerular filtration rate: Assessment with dynamic contrast‐enhanced MRI and a cortical‐compartment model in the rabbit kidney
To describe the use of MRI and a cortical‐compartment model to measure the glomerular filtration rate (GFR), and compare the results with those obtained with the Patlak‐Rutland model.
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Chronic aristolochic acid toxicity in rabbits: a model of Chinese herbs nephropathy?
BACKGROUND Chinese herbs nephropathy (CHN) is a new type of subacute interstitial nephritis that is attributed to aristolochic acid (AA), which inadvertently has been included in slimming pills. TheExpand
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Vitrification of non-human primate immature testicular tissue allows maintenance of proliferating spermatogonial cells after xenografting to recipient mice.
This study demonstrates preservation of tissue integrity, maintenance of proliferating spermatogonia and Leydig cell functionality after vitrification and transplantation of non-human primateExpand
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Simplified technique of orthotopic liver transplantation in pigs.
BACKGROUND Pig models have become common in transplantation immunological research. However, in pigs, clamping of the venous splanchnic system during orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) isExpand
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SPECIFIC DEPLETION OF PREFORMED IgM NATURAL ANTIBODIES BY ADMINISTRATION OF ANTI-&mgr; MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY SUPPRESSES HYPERACUTE REJECTION OF PIG TO BABOON RENAL XENOGRAFTS1
Background. The elimination of circulating anti-porcine preformed antibodies is crucial for avoiding hyperacute vascular rejection (HAVR) of primarily vascularized xenograft in discordant pig toExpand
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The importance of large animal models in transplantation.
  • J. Dehoux, P. Gianello
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Frontiers in bioscience : a journal and virtual…
  • 1 September 2007
Animal models have been extensively used in transplantation research. However, animal experimentation is contentious and subject to legal and ethical restrictions. Most experiments are carried out onExpand
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Improved survival of orthotopic liver allograft in swine by addition of trophic factors to University of Wisconsin solution
Serum-free preservation media such as University of Wisconsin (UW) may cause tissue damage through trophic factor (TF) deprivation. This study evaluated whether the addition of TFs to UW solutionExpand
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Cell-mediated cytotoxicity to porcine aortic endothelial cells is not dependent on galactosyl residues when baboon peripheral blood lymphocytes are previously primed with pig xenoantigens
Background. In the pig-to-baboon model, acute vascular rejection remains the main hurdle for successful long-term xenograft survival. The production of galactosyl knockout pigs could solveExpand
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[Outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Northern Benin during the 1990-1991 dry season].
An outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease damaged the North-Benin during the 1990-1991 dry season (November to May). Coming from outside the Benin, it spread out very quickly in the country essentiallyExpand
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