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Limited availability of donor organs and risk of ischemia‐reperfusion injury (IRI) seriously restrict organ transplantation. Therapeutics that can prevent or reduce IRI could potentially increase the number of transplants by increasing use of borderline organs and decreasing discards. Alpha‐1...
T‐regulatory (Treg) cells are like other cells present throughout the body in being subject to biochemical modifications in response to extracellular signals. An important component of these responses involves changes in posttranslational modifications (PTMs) of histones and many nonhistone...
The presence of preexisting (memory) or de novo donor‐specific HLA antibodies (DSAs) is a known barrier to successful long‐term organ transplantation. Yet, despite the fact that laboratory tools and our understanding of histocompatibility have advanced significantly in recent years, the criteria...
Long‐term success of heart transplantation is hindered by humoral and cell‐mediated immune responses. We studied preexisting antibodies to cardiac self‐antigens, myosin and vimentin, and exosomes induced by antibodies to self‐antigens in eliciting immune responses to cardiac grafts. After...
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