Long-term cadaver allograft survival in the recipient with a positive B lymphocyte crossmatch.

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Over a 2 1/2-year period, prospective standard, T, and B lymphocyte crossmatches were performed in 45 cadaver renal transplants using the microlymphocytotoxicity technique. Twenty-three of the 45 recipients had a positive B lymphocyte crossmatch. Cumulative graft survival rates did not differ between recipients with a positive and negative B lymphocyte… (More)

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@article{Ettenger1979LongtermCA, title={Long-term cadaver allograft survival in the recipient with a positive B lymphocyte crossmatch.}, author={Robert B. Ettenger and Christel H. Uittenbogaart and Alfred J Pennisi and Mohammed H Malekzadeh and Richard N. Fine}, journal={Transplantation}, year={1979}, volume={27 5}, pages={315-8} }