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BACKGROUND Acute cellular rejection is the mechanism of most immune-related injury in cardiac transplant recipients. However, antibody-mediated humoral rejection (HR) has also been implicated as an important clinical entity following orthotopic heart transplantation. Humoral rejection has been reported to play a role in graft dysfunction in the early… (More)
The effect of breed-production system on the myosin heavy chain 1 (MHC-I), the biochemical characteristics and the colour variables of longissimus thoracis (LT) from seven beef breeds was studied: Asturiana de la Montaña (AM), Asturiana de los Valles (AV), Avileña-Negra Ibérica (A-NI), Bruna dels Pirineus (BP), Morucha (MO), Pirenaica (PI) and Retinta (RE)… (More)
BACKGROUND Rejection continues to be one of the leading causes of death during the first year after cardiac transplantation. With the advent of more potent immunosuppressive therapies, the incidence of graft rejection has been reported to be decreasing. Yet, this trend has not been well established due to differences in the interpretation of and the… (More)
BACKGROUND Cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV) remains the leading cause of late mortality in heart transplant recipients. Activated T lymphocytes and macrophages infiltrate the donor heart before vascular intimal thickening develops, but the specific mediators of mononuclear cell recruitment leading to CAV are unknown. Therefore, we sought to define the… (More)
INTRODUCTION The estimated seroprevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) in Spain is 1.7%, but is much higher in the at-risk population. The most efficient national screening strategy is unclear. AIMS To estimate the prevalence of HCV among the at-risk population seen in primary care (PC), and to determine their epidemiological profile. MATERIALS AND… (More)
UNLABELLED Chronic rejection, or cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV), remains the leading cause of late death in heart transplant recipients. The precise role and contributions of T lymphocyte subsets to CAV development remains unknown. METHODS Donor hearts from B6.C-H2bm12 mice were transplanted into T lymphocyte subset knockout recipients and T… (More)
BACKGROUND Because of the complexity of the trabeculated endocardial surface and tangential histologic sectioning, the differentiation of acute cellular rejection (ACR) from Quilty B lesions (QB) in endomyocardial biopsies (EMBs) is problematic. We hypothesized that the phenotype chemokine RANTES (regulated upon activation, normal T cell expressed and… (More)
The karyotypes ofApteromantis aptera (Fuente) andAmeles decolor (Charpentier) are described. Chromosomes numbers in females are 2n=30 and 2n=28 respectively. Sex determination mechanism in both is XO-XX.
BACKGROUND RANTES (regulated on activation, normal T cell expressed and secreted) production has been shown to correlate with mononuclear cell recruitment and precede intimal thickening in cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV). However, the cells that produce RANTES in CAV are undefined. Therefore, in an MHC II-mismatched murine model of CAV, we sought to… (More)
Two chromosome races found in Ameles abjecta (Cyrillo) are reported: Type A (2n=29 in males) and Type B (2n=15 in males). The NF in both is 30 in males.