Prevention of Transplant Rejection: Can Tolerance be Achieved with Immunosuppressive Treatment?

Abstract

Successful solid organ transplantation is generally attributed to the increasingly precise ability of drugs to control rejection. However, it was recently shown that a few donor haematolymphoid cells can survive for decades in recipients of successful organ allografts, a phenomenon called microchimaerism. The association for decades of haematolymphoid… (More)

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