Effective monitoring and modulation of immune reactivity in allograft recipients.

Abstract

This study demonstrates that current techniques of immune monitoring and modulation are available, which have potential to reduce early cadaver allograft loss from rejection to 5% or less. The techniques center on the monitoring of T lymphocyte levels and T lymphocyte reactivity, using relatively simple and reproducible assays, which give results within 4… (More)

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@article{Thomas1976EffectiveMA, title={Effective monitoring and modulation of immune reactivity in allograft recipients.}, author={Francis T. Thomas and Heung M. Lee and Joseph Thomas and Gerardo Mendez-Picon}, journal={Proceedings of the Clinical Dialysis and Transplant Forum}, year={1976}, volume={6}, pages={20-6} }