pig endogenous retrovirus
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Xenotransplantation, in particular transplantation of pig cells, tissues and organs into human patients, may alleviate the… Expand The significance of the envelope glycoprotein in the transmission of pig endogenous retrovirus (PERV) to human cells was… Expand Abstract: The potential risk of viral transmission in the setting of xenotransplantation has gained major attention. Different… Expand Transplantation of pig tissues into humans has the potential for cotransferring pig infections. Knowledge of the epidemiology of… Expand Transplantation shows good results for patients with end‐stage disease, but there is an increasing lack of organs… Expand BACKGROUND
Reports that pig endogenous retrovirus (PERV) infects human cells in vitro have heightened the importance of molecular… Expand Pigs are potential providers of donor tissues for xenotransplantation (e.g. of pancreatic islets) in Type 1 diabetes. In this… Expand BACKGROUND
The risk of interspecies transmission of retroviruses during xenotransplantation is suggested by reports of pig… Expand Abstract The discussion about the clinical risk of zoonoses in xenotransplantation has recently culminated in the demand for a… Expand The possible use of pig organs and tissues as xenografts in humans is actively being considered in biomedical research. We… Expand