Literature References

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Antibodies against AT1-receptor in transplantation (diagnostics, treatment, clinical relevance).

The use of eluates for antibody detection was more sensitive and more reliable than patient serum. Yet, the test results are only meaningful when AB titres are measured, as this allows for a quick statement about the actual antibody elimination. The removal of pathogenic aAB via IA is better than medication-based treatment.

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Transfusion-related acute lung injury; clinical perspectives.

"Understanding the pathogenesis of TRALI will facilitate adopting preventive strategies, such as deferring high plasma volume female product donors..."

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IgG Donor-Specific Anti-Human HLA Antibody Subclasses and Kidney Allograft Antibody-Mediated Injury

Results suggest IgG iDSA subclasses identify distinct phenotypes of kidney allograft antibody-mediated injury

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HLA Antibody Detection with Solid Phase Assays: Great Expectations or Expectations Too Great?

Alloantibodies directed against HLA antigens, are a barrier to long-term solid organ allograft survival... HLA antibodies are key factors that limit patient access to donor organs...

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The role of donor-specific HLA alloantibodies in liver transplantation.

Acute antibody-mediated rejection (AMR), although rarely diagnosed, is increasingly understood to overlap with T cell-mediated rejection. Isolated liver allograft recipients are at increased risk of early allograft immunologic injury when preformed DSA are high titer and persist posttransplantation...

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