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Organ preservation is an important area in organ transplantation, and probably deserves more priority in research than it receives. See also article by Lynch et al in this issue on page 567.
Early liver graft failure remains a serious concern, in which prolonged cold ischemia time interacts with numerous factors. See also article by Segev et al in this issue on page 658.
The issues such as corticosteroid avoidance or minimization can ultimately only be resolved with randomized control trials. See also article by Anil Kumar in this issue on page 574.
We need to improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of donation after cardiac death and develop new predictors of successful donation.
While recent experience with ischemic preconditioning in liver transplantation is not encouraging, it would be premature to conclude that it has no role for improving results in liver transplantation.
Transplant glomerulopathy (TG) is a histologic entity described more than four decades ago. In the last few years, our understanding of TG has improved significantly. Current evidence supports the postulate that TG is a unique pathologic and pathogenic entity distinct from other forms of chronic...
Donor‐reactive memory T cells undermine the survival of transplanted organs through multiple pathways. We have previously reported that memory CD4 T cells resist treatment with anti‐CD154 antibody and donor‐specific transfusion (DST/MR1) and promote cardiac allograft rejection via generation of...
Recent studies have shown significantly increased expression of matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) and disintegrin‐type metalloproteinases (ADAM) during allograft rejection. In this regard, our previous studies have demonstrated contrasting roles for MMP‐2 and MMP‐9 during allograft rejection:...
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