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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 8, Number 8, August 2008

Free Content News and issues that affect organ and tissue transplantation
pp. 1571-1572(2)
Author: PONDROM, SUE

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Free Content Response to ‘Tolerance Versus Immunosuppression: A Perspective’
pp. 1573-1574(2)
Authors: Sachs, D. H.; Kawai, T.; Colvin, R. B.; Fishman, J. A.; Sykes, M.; Cosimi, A. B.

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Free Content The Puzzling Role of CXCR3 and Its Ligands in Organ Allograft Rejection
pp. 1578-1579(2)
Authors: Halloran, P. F.; Fairchild, R. L.

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Free Content Deceased Organ Donation in Canada: An Opportunity to Heal a Fractured System
pp. 1580-1587(8)
Authors: Gill, J. S.; Klarenbach, S.; Cole, E.; Shemie, S. D.

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Free Content Financial Issues Constraining the Use of Pancreata Recovered for Islet Transplantation: A White Paper
pp. 1588-1592(5)
Authors: Markmann, J. F.; Kaufman, D. B.; Ricordi, C.; Schwab, P. M.; Stock, P. G.

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Free Content Unaltered Graft Survival and Intragraft Lymphocytes Infiltration in the Cardiac Allograft of Cxcr3−/- Mouse Recipients
pp. 1593-1603(11)
Authors: Kwun, J.; Hazinedaroglu, S. M.; Schadde, E.; Kayaoglu, H. A.; Fechner, J.; Hu, H. Z.; Roenneburg, D.; Torrealba, J.; Shiao, L.; Hong, X.; Peng, R.; Szewczyk, J. W.; Sullivan, K. A.; DeMartino, J.; Knechtle, S. J.

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Free Content The Chemokine Receptor Cxcr3 Is Not Essential for Acute Cardiac Allograft Rejection in Mice and Rats
pp. 1604-1613(10)
Authors: Zerwes, H.-G.; Li, J.; Kovarik, J.; Streiff, M.; Hofmann, M.; Roth, L.; Luyten, M.; Pally, C.; Loewe, R. P.; Wieczorek, G.; Bänteli, R.; Thoma, G.; Luckow, B.

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Free Content Chronic Aspiration of Gastric Fluid Induces the Development of Obliterative Bronchiolitis in Rat Lung Transplants
pp. 1614-1621(8)
Authors: Li, B.; Hartwig, M. G; Appel, J. Z.; Bush, E. L.; Balsara, K. R.; Holzknecht, Z. E.; Collins, B. H.; Howell, D. N.; Parker, W.; Lin, S. S.; Davis, R. D.

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Free Content The Classical Complement Pathway in Transplantation: Unanticipated Protective Effects of C1q and Role in Inductive Antibody Therapy
pp. 1622-1630(9)
Authors: Csencsits, K.; Burrell, B. E.; Lu, G.; Eichwald, E. J.; Stahl, G. L.; Bishop, D. K.

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Free Content Cytochrome p450 2C Enzymes Contribute to Peritransplant Ischemic Injury and Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy
pp. 1631-1638(8)
Authors: Hunter, A. L.; Kerjner, A.; Mueller, K. J.; McManus, B. M.; Granville, D. J.

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Free Content New Insights into Mechanisms of Spontaneous Liver Transplant Tolerance: The Role of Foxp3-Expressing CD25+CD4+ Regulatory T Cells
pp. 1639-1651(13)
Authors: Li, W.; Kuhr, C. S.; Zheng, X. X.; Carper, K.; Thomson, A. W.; Reyes, J. D.; Perkins, J. D.

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Free Content Donor-Reactive CD8 Memory T Cells Infiltrate Cardiac Allografts Within 24-h Posttransplant in Naive Recipients
pp. 1652-1661(10)
Authors: Schenk, A. D.; Nozaki, T.; Rabant, M.; Valujskikh, A.; Fairchild, R. L.

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Free Content Four Stages and Lack of Stable Accommodation in Chronic Alloantibody-Mediated Renal Allograft Rejection in Cynomolgus Monkeys
pp. 1662-1672(11)
Authors: Smith, R. N.; Kawai, T.; Boskovic, S.; Nadazdin, O.; Sachs, D. H.; Cosimi, A. B.; Colvin, R. B.

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Free Content Prognostic Value of Cardiovascular Screening in Potential Renal Transplant Recipients: A Single-Center Prospective Observational Study
pp. 1673-1683(11)
Authors: Patel, R. K.; Mark, P. B.; Johnston, N.; McGeoch, R.; Lindsay, M.; Kingsmore, D. B.; Dargie, H. J.; Jardine, A. G.

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Free Content Acute Tubular Injury in Protocol Biopsies of Renal Grafts: Prevalence, Associated Factors and Effect on Long-Term Function
pp. 1684-1693(10)
Authors: Gwinner, W.; Hinzmann, K.; Erdbruegger, U.; Scheffner, I.; Broecker, V.; Vaske, B.; Kreipe, H.; Haller, H.; Schwarz, A.; Mengel, M.

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Free Content Complement Mutation-Associated De Novo Thrombotic Microangiopathy Following Kidney Transplantation
pp. 1694-1701(8)
Authors: Le Quintrec, M.; Lionet, A.; Kamar, N.; Karras, A.; Barbier, S.; Buchler, M.; Fakhouri, F.; Provost, F.; Fridman, W. H.; Thervet, E.; Legendre, C.; Zuber, J.; Frémeaux-Bacchi, V.

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Free Content A Comparison of Alemtuzumab with Basiliximab Induction in Simultaneous Pancreas–Kidney Transplantation
pp. 1702-1710(9)
Authors: Magliocca, J. F.; Odorico, J. S.; Pirsch, J. D.; Becker, Y. T.; Knechtle, S. J.; Leverson, G. E.; Sollinger, H. W.

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Free Content Phase 1 Dose-Escalation Study of CP-690 550 in Stable Renal Allograft Recipients: Preliminary Findings of Safety, Tolerability, Effects on Lymphocyte Subsets and Pharmacokinetics
pp. 1711-1718(8)
Authors: van Gurp, E.; Weimar, W.; Gaston, R.; Brennan, D.; Mendez, R.; Pirsch, J.; Swan, S.; Pescovitz, M. D.; Ni, G.; Wang, C.; Krishnaswami, S.; Chow, V.; Chan, G.

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Free Content Early Pulse Pressure and Low-Grade Proteinuria as Independent Long-Term Risk Factors for New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus After Kidney Transplantation
pp. 1719-1728(10)
Authors: Roland, M.; Gatault, P.; Al-Najjar, A.; Doute, C.; Barbet, C.; Chatelet, V.; Laouad, I.; Marlière, J.-F.; Nivet, H.; Büchler, M.; Lebranchu, Y.; Halimi, J.-M.

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Free Content Factors Affecting Success of Thymus Transplantation for Complete DiGeorge Anomaly
pp. 1729-1736(8)
Authors: Markert, M. L.; Devlin, B. H.; Chinn, I. K.; McCarthy, E. A.; Li, Y. J.

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Free Content Outcomes of Colonization with MRSA and VRE Among Liver Transplant Candidates and Recipients
pp. 1737-1743(7)
Authors: Russell, D. L.; Flood, A.; Zaroda, T. E.; Acosta, C.; Riley, M. M. S.; Busuttil, R. W.; Pegues, D. A.

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Free Content Hepatitis E Virus-Related Cirrhosis in Kidney-and Kidney–Pancreas-Transplant Recipients
pp. 1744-1748(5)
Authors: Kamar, N.; Mansuy, J.-M.; Cointault, O.; Selves, J.; Abravanel, F.; Danjoux, M.; Otal, P.; Esposito, L.; Durand, D.; Izopet, J.; Rostaing, L.

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Free Content Acute Oxalate Nephropathy Causing Late Renal Transplant Dysfunction Due to Enteric Hyperoxaluria
pp. 1755-1758(4)
Authors: Rankin, A. C.; Walsh, S. B.; Summers, S. A.; Owen, M. P.; Mansell, M. A.

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