Failure of B-cold lymphocytotoxins to enhance cadaveric renal allograft survival.

In a three-year period between January 1980 and December 1982, 242 consecutive cadaver transplant recipients in one center were tested before transplantation by cytotoxicity against a random panel of T and B lymphocytes at 5 degrees C and 37 degrees C incubation. They were also tested for HLA-A, B, and DR antigens. Kidney transplants were carried out with… CONTINUE READING