Identification of Donor Origin and Condition of Transplanted Islets in Situ in the Liver of a Type 1 Diabetic Recipient

@article{Torren2017IdentificationOD,
  title={Identification of Donor Origin and Condition of Transplanted Islets in Situ in the Liver of a Type 1 Diabetic Recipient},
  author={C. R. van der Torren and Jessica S. Suwandi and Dahae Lee and Ernst-Jan T Van't Wout and G. Duinkerken and G. Swings and A. Mulder and F. Claas and Z. Ling and P. Gillard and B. Keymeulen and P. Veld and B. Roep},
  journal={Cell Transplantation},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={1 - 9}
}
Transplantation of islet allografts into type 1 diabetic recipients usually requires multiple pancreas donors to achieve insulin independence. This adds to the challenges of immunological monitoring of islet transplantation currently relying on surrogate immune markers in peripheral blood. We investigated donor origin and infiltration of islets transplanted in the liver of a T1D patient who died of hemorrhagic stroke 4 months after successful transplantation with two intraportal islet grafts… Expand

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