Immune cell function assay does not identify biopsy-proven pediatric renal allograft rejection or infection.

@article{Ryan2014ImmuneCF,
  title={Immune cell function assay does not identify biopsy-proven pediatric renal allograft rejection or infection.},
  author={Christina Ryan and Abanti Chaudhuri and Waldo L. Concepcion and Paul C. Grimm},
  journal={Pediatric transplantation},
  year={2014},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={446-52}
}
Management of pediatric renal transplant patients involves multifactorial monitoring modalities to ensure allograft survival and prevent opportunistic infection secondary to immunosuppression. An ICFA, which utilizes CD4 T-cell production of ATP to assess immune system status, has been used to monitor transplant recipients and predict susceptibility of… CONTINUE READING