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Modification of the vascular lesions of rejection in cadaveric renal allografts by dipyridamole and anticoagulants
Human cardiac transplants. Diagnosis of rejection by endomyocardial biopsy. Causes of death (about 30 autopsies)
Diagnosis of cardiac allograft rejection by the detection of circulating plasma cardiac myosin light chains
Cardiac allograft vasculopathy: the Achilles' heel of long-term survival after cardiac transplantation
A new model for investigation of transluminal recanalization: human atherosclerotic coronary artery xenografts
Maximal coronary vasodilator capacity of orthotopic heart transplants in patients with and without rejection
Accelerated coronary vascular disease in the heart transplant patient: coronary arteriographic findings
Effects of time and previous acute rejection episodes on coronary vascular reserve in human heart transplant recipients
Incidence and severity of transplant coronary artery disease early and up to 15 years after transplantation as detected by intravascular ultrasound
Dobutamine stress echocardiography in orthotopic heart transplant recipients. VACOMED Research Group
Are elevated levels of soluble ICAM-1 a marker of chronic graft disease in heart transplant recipients?
Coronary arteries with chronic rejection contain oligoclonal T cells: persistence of clonally expanded T cell receptor transcripts from the early posttransplantation period through chronic rejection
Gamma-chain T-cell receptor transcripts are clonally expanded in the coronary arteries of cardiac allografts from patients with chronic rejection
T cells infiltrating coronary arteries of cardiac allografts with chronic rejection contain clonally expanded T lymphocytes
Signal-averaged electrocardiography and detection of heart transplant rejection: comparison of time and frequency domain analyses
ACE-gene polymorphism is associated with the development of allograft vascular disease in heart transplant recipients
Histocompatibility studies in a closely bred colony of dogs. II. Influence of the DL-A system of canine histocompatibility upon the survival of cardiac allografts
Effects of aspirin, dipyridamole, and cod liver oil on accelerated myointimal proliferation in canine veno-arterial allografts
Dose response of fish oil versus safflower oil on graft arteriosclerosis in rabbit heterotopic cardiac allografts
Pathogenesis and mechanisms of graft rejection in concordant xenotransplantation with special reference to hamster-to-rat cardiac transplantation
Origin of neointimal endothelium and alpha-actin-positive smooth muscle cells in transplant arteriosclerosis
Intra-aortic balloon counterpulsation augments cerebral blood flow in a canine model of subarachnoid hemorrhage-induced cerebral vasospasm
Scanning electron-microscope studies of the endothelium of aortic allografts in the rabbit: morphological observations
Increased connective tissue growth factor expression in a rat model of chronic heart allograft rejection
Extensive cardiac allograft vasculitis and concurrent fat necrosis 6 years after orthotopic heart transplantation
Statin therapy in cardiac allograft vasculopathy progression in heart transplant patients: Does potency matter?
Effect of perindopril on the immune arterial wall remodeling in the rat model of arterial graft rejection
Cardiac transplant-associated vascular disease: Evolution, immunophenotype, and evidence of endothelial activation
Pathology of chronic cardiac rejection: An analysis of the epicardial and intramyocardial coronary arteries and myocardial alterations in 43 human allografts
Identical alpha-chain T-cell receptor transcripts are present on T cells infiltrating coronary arteries of human cardiac allografts with chronic rejection
The coronary arteries of the transplanted human heart: studies of the development of disease based on serial angiography
Histocompatibility in cardiac transplantation with particular reference to immunopathology of positive serologic crossmatch
Nuclear mean gray level and chromatin distribution changes in cardiomyocytes of heart transplant recipients suffering from acute cellular rejection
Of mice and men: mouse models and the molecular mechanisms of post-transplant coronary artery disease
Comparison of cardiac allograft vasculopathy in heart and heart-lung transplantations: a 15-year retrospective study
Ultrastructural evidence of cell-mediated endothelial cell injury in cardiac transplant-related accelerated arteriosclerosis
Use of a biotinylated DNA probe specific for the human Y chromosome in the evaluation of the allograft lung
Recruitment of CXCR3+ and CCR5+ T cells and production of interferon-gamma-inducible chemokines in rejecting human arteries
A hemodynamic and Doppler echocardiographic study of ventricular function in long-term cardiac allograft recipients. Etiology and prognosis of restrictive-constrictive physiology
Interferon-gamma plays a nonredundant role in mediating T cell-dependent outward vascular remodeling of allogeneic human coronary arteries
Coronary arteries from human cardiac allografts with chronic rejection contain oligoclonal T cells: persistence of identical clonally expanded TCR transcripts from the early post-transplantation period (endomyocardial biopsies) to chronic rejection (coronary arteries)
Induction of indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase in vascular smooth muscle cells by interferon-gamma contributes to medial immunoprivilege
Cytomegalovirus and transplant arteriopathy: evidence for a link is mounting, but the jury is still out
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