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Volume 13, Number 1, February 2011

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Microbiological findings of culture-positive preservation fluid in liver transplantation
pp. 9-14(6)
Authors: Janny, S.; Bert, F.; Dondero, F.; Durand, F.; Guerrini, P.; Merckx, P.; Nicolas-Chanoine, M.H.; Belghiti, J.; Mantz, J.; Paugam-Burtz, C.

Herpes zoster incidence in a multicenter cohort of solid organ transplant recipients
pp. 15-23(9)
Authors: Pergam, S.A.; Forsberg, C.W.; Boeckh, M.J.; Maynard, C.; Limaye, A.P.; Wald, A.; Smith, N.L.; Young, B.A.

Cyclosporin A inhibits hepatitis C virus replication and restores interferon-alpha expression in hepatocytes
pp. 24-32(9)
Authors: Liu, J.-P.; Ye, L.; Wang, X.; Li, J.-L.; Ho, W.-Z.

Cutaneous Mycobacterium haemophilum infection in a kidney transplant recipient after acupuncture treatment
pp. 33-37(5)
Authors: Castro-Silva, A.N.; Freire, A.O.; Grinbaum, R.S.; Elmor de Araújo, M.R.; Abensur, H.; Araújo, M.R.T.; Romão, J.E.; Sampaio, J.L.M.; Noronha, I.L.

Successful management of primary nontuberculous mycobacterial infection of hepatic allograft following orthotopic liver transplantation for hepatitis C
pp. 47-51(5)
Authors: Singhal, A.; Gates, C.; Malhotra, N.; Irwin, D.A.; Chansolme, D.H.; Kohli, V.

Gastrointestinal tuberculosis in renal transplant recipients: case report and review of the literature
pp. 52-57(6)
Authors: Jarrett, O.; Grim, S.A.; Benedetti, E.; Clark, N.M.

Periumbilical parasitic thumbprint purpura: Strongyloides hyperinfection syndrome acquired from a cadaveric renal transplant
pp. 58-62(5)
Authors: Weiser, J.A.; Scully, B.E.; Bulman, W.A.; Husain, S.; Grossman, M.E.

Leprosy in transplant recipients: report of a case after liver transplantation and review of the literature
pp. 63-69(7)
Authors: Trindade, M.A.B.; Palermo, M.L.; Pagliari, C.; Valente, N.; Naafs, B.; Massarollo, P.C.B.; D'Albuquerque, L.A.C.; Benard, G.

Influenza A (H1N1) virus-induced hepatocellular injury in a kidney transplant patient
pp. 70-72(3)
Authors: Daudé, M.; Mansuy, J.M.; Guitard, J.; Basse, G.; Esposito, L.; Izopet, J.; Rostaing, L.; Kamar, N.

Exophiala jeanselmei infection in solid organ transplant recipients: report of two cases and review of the literature
pp. 73-79(7)
Authors: Lief, M.H.; Caplivski, D.; Bottone, E. J.; Lerner, S.; Vidal, C.; Huprikar, S.

Synchronous infection with Mycobacterium chelonae and Paecilomyces in a heart transplant patient
pp. 80-83(4)
Authors: Kim, J.-E.; Sung, H.; Kim, M.-N.; Won, C.-H.; Chang, S.-E.; Lee, M.-W.; Choi, J.-H.; Moon, K.-C.

Incidence and clinical significance of bacterial and fungal contamination of the preservation solution in liver transplantation
pp. 84-88(5)
Authors: Audet, M.; Piardi, T.; Panaro, F.; Ghislotti, E.; Gheza, F.; Cag, M.; Jarzembowski, T.M.; Flicoteaux, H.; Wolf, P.; Cinqualbre, J.

JC virus-associated nephropathy in a renal transplant recipient and comparative analysis of previous cases
pp. 89-92(4)
Authors: Kantarci, G.; Eren, Z.; Demirağ, A.; Dogan, I.; Çakalagaoglu, F.; Yilmaz, G.

JC virus-associated nephropathy: lack of convincing documentation of the diagnosis
pp. 93-94(2)
Authors: Strøm, E.H.; Reinholt, F.P.; Midtvedt, K.

Renal allograft recipient with melioidosis of the urinary tract
pp. 95-96(2)
Authors: Varughese, S.; Mohapatra, A.; Sahni, R.; Balaji, V.; Tamilarasi, V.

Severe transfusion-transmitted parvovirus B19 infection in a naive immunocompromised patient
pp. 97-98(2)
Authors: Brodin-Sartorius, A.; Mekki, Y.; Pastural, M.; Billaud, G.; Daoud, S.; Chauvet, C.; Touraine, J.-L.; Lina, B.; Morelon, E.; Thaunat, O.

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