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AST 2014 - Cutting Edge of Transplantation


TH01c - Enhancing Long-term Survival: How Probing the Fundamental Mechanisms of Rejection Can Help


Feb 13, 2014 5:40pm ‐ Feb 13, 2014 6:10pm

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A principal aim of research in transplantation is to develop strategies that enhance allograft outcomes with minimal cost (side-effects) to patients. Basic scientists can help achieve this goal by probing the fundamental mechanisms of rejection. In this lecture, vignettes from both innate and adaptive immunity will be presented to illustrate this point and a provocative appeal for a return to fundamental, hypothesis-testing science in transplantation will be put forth.

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