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Volume 20, Number 4, April 2007

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Gonadal impact of target of rapamycin inhibitors (sirolimus and everolimus) in male patients: an overview
pp. 305-311(7)
Authors: Huyghe, Eric; Zairi, Anas; Nohra, Joe; Kamar, Nassim; Plante, Pierre; Rostaing, Lionel

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Current trends in live liver donation
pp. 312-330(19)
Authors: Nadalin, Silvio; Malagò, Massimo; Radtke, Arnold; Erim, Yesim; Saner, Fuat; Valentin-Gamazo, Camino; Schröder, Tobias; Schaffer, Randolph; Sotiropoulos, Georgios C.; Li, Jun; Frilling, Andrea; Broelsch, Christoph E.

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The value of MELD and sodium in assessing potential liver transplant recipients in the United Kingdom
pp. 331-337(7)
Authors: Young, Alastair L.; Rajagenashan, Rajasundurum; Asthana, Sonal; Peters, Christopher J.; Toogood, Giles J.; Davies, Mervyn H.; Lodge, J. Peter A.; Pollard, Stephen G.; Rajendra Prasad, K.

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Economic and ethical impact of extrarenal findings on potential living kidney donor assessment with computed tomography angiography
pp. 338-342(5)
Authors: Maizlin, Zeev V.; Barnard, Stuart A.; Gourlay, William A.; Brown, Jacqueline A.

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Determination of an adequate perfusion pressure for continuous dual vessel hypothermic machine perfusion of the rat liver
pp. 343-352(10)
Authors: ‘t Hart, Nils A.; van Plaats, Arjan der; Leuvenink, Henri G. D.; van Goor, Harry; Wiersema-Buist, Janneke; Verkerke, Gijsbertus J.; Rakhorst, Gerhard; Ploeg, Rutger J.

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Strongly reduced alloreactivity and long-term survival times of cardiac allografts in Vav1- and Vav1/Vav2-knockout mice
pp. 353-364(12)
Authors: Weckbecker, Gisbert; Bruns, Christian; Fischer, Klaus-Dieter; Heusser, Christoph; Li, Jianping; Metzler, Barbara; Morris, Randall E.; Nuesslein-Hildesheim, Barbara; Raulf, Friedrich; Wieczorek, Grazyna; Zenke, Gerhard

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Prophylactic treatment of antibody-mediated rejection with high-dose mizoribine and pharmacokinetic study
pp. 365-370(6)
Authors: Liu, DaGe; Kobayashi, Takaaki; Nagasaka, Takaharu; Miwa, Yuko; Ma, Yong; Yokoyama, Itsuo; Kuzuya, Takafumi; Oikawa, Tadashi; Morozumi, Kunio; Uchida, Kazuharu; Nakao, Akimasa

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Recurrence of light chain deposit disease after renal allograft transplantation: potential role of rituximab?
pp. 381-385(5)
Authors: Kuypers, Dirk R. J.; Lerut, Evelyne; Claes, Kathleen; Evenepoel, Pieter; Vanrenterghem, Yves

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Hemolytic uremic syndrome following Campath-1H induction
pp. 386-389(4)
Authors: Bonatti, Hugo; Brandacher, Gerald; Boesmueller, Claudia; Cont, Micol; Hengster, Paul; Rosenkranz, Alexander R.; Krugmann, Jens; Margreiter, Raimund

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Successful renal transplant during the first trimester of pregnancy
pp. 390-391(2)
Authors: Kenny, Louise C.; Baker, Philip N.; Venning, Michael; Parrott, Neil

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Excellent outcome using an alternative technique for arterial reconstruction in living-related liver transplant: sphenoid anastomosis
pp. 392-394(3)
Authors: Testa, Giuliano; Losanoff, Julian E.; Gangemi, Antonio; Benedetti, Enrico

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No recurrence of Kaposi's sarcoma in a case of renal retransplantation under a calcineurin inhibitor free immunosuppressive regimen: first report
pp. 395-396(2)
Authors: Segoloni, Giuseppe P.; Giraudi, Roberta; Messina, Maria; Rossetti, Maura; Biancone, Luigi; Leonardi, Gianluca; Piccoli, Giorgina B.; Magnano, Andrea; Gai, Massimo

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