The ONE Study compares cell therapy products in organ transplantation: introduction to a review series on suppressive monocyte-derived cells

@inproceedings{Geissler2012TheOS,
  title={The ONE Study compares cell therapy products in organ transplantation: introduction to a review series on suppressive monocyte-derived cells},
  author={Edward Kenneth Geissler},
  booktitle={Transplantation research},
  year={2012}
}
The problem Organ transplantation has evolved into a reliable lifesaving procedure where good organ function is quickly restored by the transplant and, typically, the patient can return to an active lifestyle. Unfortunately, the human immune system reacts strongly against allogeneic tissues, and will destroy a transplanted organ within days or weeks after transplantation if the immune system is not depleted or inhibited by immunosuppressive drugs. Near elimination of the immune system through… CONTINUE READING

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