Impact of donor specific anti-HLA antibodies on graft failure and survival after reduced intensity conditioning-unrelated cord blood transplantation

@inproceedings{Ruggeri2012ImpactOD,
  title={Impact of donor specific anti-HLA antibodies on graft failure and survival after reduced intensity conditioning-unrelated cord blood transplantation},
  author={Annalisa Ruggeri and Vanderson Rocha and Emeline Masson and Myriam Labopin and Renato Luiz de Freitas Cunha and L{\'e}na Absi and Ali Boudifa and Brigitte Coeffic and Anne Devys and Muriel De Matteis and V. N. Vleesch Dubois and Daniel Hanau and Françoise Hau and Isabelle Jollet and Dominique Masson and B{\'e}atrice P{\'e}dron and Pascale Perrier and Christophe Picard and Annie Ramouneau-Pigot and Fernanda Volt and Dominique Charron and Eliane Gluckman and Pascale Loiseau},
  year={2012}
}
Background. Graft failure is a major complication after unrelated cord blood transplantation. Presence of HLA-antibodies before cord blood transplantation may impact graft failure. Design and Methods. To analyze the effect of anti-HLA-antibodies on unrelated cord blood transplantation outcomes, we analyzed 294 unrelated cord blood transplant recipients… CONTINUE READING