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


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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