Monoclonal antibodies for the diagnosis and treatment of transplant rejection.


Extensive experience with antibodies to lymphocytes for immunosuppression suggested the need for better means of evaluating alterations of peripheral blood lymphocytes during treatment. Improved immunosuppression was also anticipated if more precise control of selected lymphocyte populations could be achieved. The advent of monoclonal antibodies has… (More)


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