Donor-specific HLA antibodies in chronic renal allograft rejection: a prospective trial with a four-year follow-up.

@article{Lachmann2006DonorspecificHA,
  title={Donor-specific HLA antibodies in chronic renal allograft rejection: a prospective trial with a four-year follow-up.},
  author={Nils Lachmann and Paul I. Terasaki and Constanze Schoenemann},
  journal={Clinical transplants},
  year={2006},
  pages={171-99}
}
A total of 1,043 serum samples of kidney allograft recipients with functioning grafts at a mean of 6 years after transplantation were tested once for HLA abs and monitored for graft and patient survival for 4 years after testing. All grafts were transplanted between 1984 and 2004 at the Charité hospital (Berlin, Germany). 1. To our knowledge this is the first study with more than 1,000 patients designed to elucidate the impact of DSA and NDSA on late renal graft outcome. True donor specificity… CONTINUE READING

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