The effect of two different renal preservation methods on canine renal allograft survival

@article{Magnusson1978TheEO,
  title={The effect of two different renal preservation methods on canine renal allograft survival},
  author={Mark Magnusson and Nicholas A. Stowe and Stefan Loening and Werner Braun and Richard L. Greenstreet and Eugene E. Cohen and J. E. Emma and L. H. W. Banowsky},
  journal={Urological Research},
  year={1978},
  volume={6},
  pages={65-70}
}
Preservation of human cadaver kidneys for transplantation has been achieved primarily by two methods, hypothermic pulsatile perfusion with cryoprecipitated plasma and cold storage with an electrolyte solution. It has been suggested that pulsatile perfusion results in an increased antigenicity of the transplanted kidney. To investigate the possibility that pulsatile perfusion causes changes which may accelerate allograft rejection, machine preservation was compared with simple cold storage. The… CONTINUE READING
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