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Eosinophils are rare granulocytes that belong to the innate arm of the immune system. This cell population is traditionally defined as a destructive and cytotoxic mediator in asthma and helminth infection. Limited data in transplantation have suggested that eosinophils play a similar role in...
RNA interference (RNAi) is a natural process through which double‐stranded RNA molecules can silence the gene carrying the same code as the particular RNA of interest. In 2006, the discovery of RNAi was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine and its success has accumulated since. Gene silencing...
The exact composition of leukocyte infiltration during kidney allograft rejection is difficult to comprehend and visualize on the same biopsy slide. Using an innovative technology of multiplex immunofluorescence (mIF), we were able to detect simultaneously NK cells, macrophages, and T cells and...
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