MHC Class II DRB genotyping is highly predictive of in-vitro alloreactivity in the common marmoset.

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The common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) is emerging as a promising alternative pre-clinical model for transplantation and immunological research. It is therefore important to establish a rapid and reliable method of confirming alloreactivity between donor-recipient pairs. In this study of a large marmoset colony (n=49), we firstly characterised MHC Class… (More)

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@article{Prasad2006MHCCI, title={MHC Class II DRB genotyping is highly predictive of in-vitro alloreactivity in the common marmoset.}, author={Shilpanjali Prasad and Ian M. Humphreys and Svjetlana Kireta and Robert Bruce Gilchrist and Peter G. Bardy and Graeme Randolph Russ and Patrick Toby Hewlett Coates}, journal={Journal of immunological methods}, year={2006}, volume={314 1-2}, pages={153-63} }