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Mini-Oral Abstracts Session
Xenotransplantation

Wednesday September 14, 2022 | 12:00 to 13:00
Room: C5
Track: Xenotransplantation

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Description

For attending this session, you can claim 1 EACCME credits

Presentations

Dr. Grace Lassiter, United States
Long-term (>1 year) rejection/TMA free survival of kidney xenografts with triple xenoantigen knockout and multiple human transgenes in nonhuman primates

Prof. Alexandre Loupy, France
Histological And Molecular Characterization Of Kidney Xenografts Transplanted To Decedent Humans

Wayne Hawthorne, Australia
Review of the safety and efficacy of immunosuppression in the pig-to-nonhuman primate islet xenotransplantation model

Prof. Paolo Brenner, Germany
The perioperative cardiac xenograft dysfunction (PCXD) has a major impact in (life-supporting) orthotopic (oXTx) cardiac xenotransplantation, but not in the heterotopic thoracic (htXTx) xenotransplantation.

Mr. Arthur A Cross-Najafi, United States
The role of co-expressing MHC class I molecules in pig endothelial cells: a case for HLA-E and HLA-G in xenotransplantation

Ryan Chaban, United States
Complement pathway regulatory protein genotype is associated with delayed kinetics of GTKO lung xenograft injury

Ryan Chaban, United States
Patient selection for pig cardiac xenotransplantation

Dr. Kevin J Lopez, United States
Porcine ULBP1 disruption does not significantly reduce human NK cell activation and cytotoxicity in an in vitro model

Miss Haina Wang, Australia
Shared transcriptional trajectory of tissue tregs between tolerant-grafts and lymphoid organs in transplant tolerance

Dr. Jeffrey M Stern, United States
Cytokine Analysis of First Gal-KO Renal Xenotransplantation from a Pig-to-Human Recipient

Dr. Zahra A Habibabady, United States
Cross-reacting antibodies in xenotransplantation

Miss Martina Raneri, Australia
Potent suppressive function of xeno-antigen reactive human HLADR+CD27+Tregs via enhanced CD95 and ICOS expressions

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