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Rejection and Tolerance
Proceedings of the 25th Conference on Transplantation and Clinical Immunology, 24–26 May 1993
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Rejection and Tolerance is the latest subject in the Continuing Education series, organized by Fondation Marcel Mérieux and Université Claude Bernard in Lyon.
The annual subject is chosen to reflect the status of the topical issues of the year, as taught by leading international experts. The contribution of transplantation and clinical immunology to advanced medicine is considerable and promising. The annual volumes in this series keep the reader abreast of these developments.


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1. Ethics and organ transplantation; J. Bernard. 2. The crisis of adolescence in organ transplantation; J. Traeger. 3. From serology to molecular histocompatibility; E.D. Albert. 4. Continuing developments in transplantation; P.J. Morris. 5. The `Burst' of pulmonary transplantation; J.H. Dauber. 6. Xenotransplantation: the current status of understanding; F.H. Bach, W.J. van der Werf, M.L. Blakely, B. Vanhove, R. de Martin, H. Winkler. 7. Xenotransplantation: the present and the future; B. Weill, D. Houssin. 8. Risk factors for rejection and predictive factors for chronic rejection in kidney transplantation; P. Deteix, C. Carrias, E. Albuisson. 9. Characterization of graft infiltration lymphocytes involved in cardiac transplant rejection; R.J. Duquesnoy, R. Moliterno, M. Chen-Woan, C. Kaufman, T.R. Zerbe, A. Zeevi. 10. Distinct T cells mediating acute and chronic rejection; J.R. Batchelor, M.Y. Braun. 11. Role of anti-HLA immune responses in organ transplant rejection; Z. Liu, E. Reed, P. Harris, N. Suciu-Foca. 12. Tolerogenecity of thymic epithelial cells: studies with allogeneic and xenogeneic chimeras; J. Sprent, H. Kosaka, C.D. Surh. 13. HLA matching in liver transplant immunity; R.J. Duquesnoy. 14. Transgenic pigs as potential donors for xenografts; J. Dunning, D. White, J. Wallwork. 15. Percutaneous aspiration and drainage of fluid collections after pancreatic or renal transplantation; C. Pangaud, D. Lyonnet. 16. Endourologic resolution of transplant complications; N.P. Pardalidis, A.D. Smith. 17. Dilation or open surgery in treatment of ureteral stenosis; G. Benoit, R. Dergham, P. Blanchet, H. Bensadoun, B. Charpentier, A. Jardin. 18. Renal transplant artery stenosis (RTAS): Diagnosis and treatment; O. Rouvière, J. Wodey, G. Genin, D. Lyonnet. 19. Urinary fistula as a complication of renal transplantation; P. Alabate, G. Molina, L.C. Feitosa, X. Martin, J.M. Dubernard. 20. Endoscopic treatment of vesicoureteric reflux in own kidneys of renal transplant candidates and transplanted kidneys; P. Cloix, X. Martin, A. Gelet, J.M. Dubernard. 21. Nonsurgical treatment of biliary complication after liver transplantation; E.L. Ward. 22. Peripheral T cell tolerance; B. Charpentier, P. Alard, C. Hiesse, O. Lantz. 23. Induction of donor-specific tolerance by intrathymic cellular transplantation; G.L. Mayo, A.M. Posselt, L. Campos, B.C. Deli, S.P. Mayo, C.F. Barker, A. Naji. 24. Use of anti-CD4 monoclonal antibodies for tolerance induction; K.J. Wood. 25. Clonal deletion and clonal anergy mediated by antibodies to the human CD4 protein; S. Fournel, C. Vincent, A. Fathmi, J. Wijdenes, J.P. Revillard. 26. Tolerance to alloantigens and recognition for `ALLO + X' induced in humans by fetal stem cell transplantation; J.-L. Touraine, M.G. Roncarolo, H. Plotnicky, R. Bacchetta, H. Spits, L. Gebuhrer, H. Betuel. 27. Role of IL-10 in transplantation tolerance; M.G. Roncarolo, R. Bacchetta, J.-L. Touraine, R. de Waal Malefyt, J.E. de Vries. 28. Veto-cells and the inducti


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ISBN-13: 9789401043458
Publisher: Springer (Springer Netherlands)
Publication date: October, 2013
Pages: 459
Weight: 806g
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Subcategories: Immunology, Nephrology, Transplant
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