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2012 - TTS International Congress (Berlin)

TBC, Bacterial and Fungal Infections
16 July 2012  /  15:30 - 17:00

Iron Overload Is a Major Risk Factor for Infectious Complications in Kidney Transplant Recipients

Presenter: Mario Fernández-Ruiz, ,

Serial Monitoring of Complement Levels Identifies Kidney Transplant Recipients at High Risk of Infection: A Prospective Study

Presenter: Mario Fernández-Ruiz, ,

Increased Morbidity and Mortality Associated with Post Liver Transplant Intra-Abdominal Infections Caused by Candida Species and VRE

Presenter: Harry Dorn, ,

Translational Approaches to Tolerance Induction
16 July 2012  /  15:30 - 17:00

A Decade´s Experience with Safety and Efficacy of Tolerance Induction in Clinical Kidney Transplantation

Presenter: John Scandling, ,

Induction of Tolerance to Human Allogeneic Islet Transplants in Humanized NOD/SCID Mice

Presenter: George Vlad, ,

Induction of Donor-Specific Hyporesponsiveness by Adoptive Transfer of Ex-Vivo-Induced CD4+CD25+CTLA-4+Foxp3+T Cells in Live Kidney Transplant Recipients

Presenter: Satoshi Teraoka, ,

Efficient Generation of Donor-Specific Tr1 Cells from Patients on Hemodialysis

Presenter: Alessandra Petrelli, ,

Novel Strategy for Tolerance Induction in Living Donor Renal Transplantation

Presenter: Vivek Kute, ,

Skewing of Regulatory T Cells Towards CD39- Subtype Promotes Collagen Type V Specific Th17 Response in Lung Transplant Patients

Presenter: William J. Burlingham, ,

Propagation of V?1 ?? T Cells and their Skewed T Cell Receptor Within Accepted Grafts after Pediatric Semi-Allogeneic Liver Transplantation

Presenter: Takaaki Koshiba, ,

Chronic Graft Injury in Kidney Transplantation II
16 July 2012  /  15:30 - 17:00

Development of Immune Responses to Donor HLA and Kidney Associated Self-Antigens, Fibronectin and Collagen IV (Autoimmunity) Are Significantly Associated with Transplant Glomerulopathy Following Human Kidney Transplantation

Presenter: Thalachallour Mohanakumar, ,

Donor and Recipient APOL1 / MYH9 Risk Alleles Are not Associated with Risk for Kidney Allograft Loss

Presenter: Karl Womer, ,

Early Expression Profile of Inflammatory Markers and Kidney Allograft Status

Presenter: D. Olga McDaniel, ,

Natural History and Temporal Relationship Between de Novo DSA and Allograft Dysfunction Based on Consecutive Kidney Transplant Patients Followed for Over 5 Years

Presenter: Matthew Everly, ,

The Predictive Value of Epithelial Phenotypic Changes in Renal Grafts

Presenter: Alexandre Hertig, ,

Switching Cyclosporine a for Sirolimus at Three Months Does not Revert Epithelial Phenotypic Changes in Renal Grafts

Presenter: Alexandre Hertig, ,

Epithelial Phenotypic Changes Suggestive of Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition Include the Production of Matrix Proteins and of CTGF

Presenter: Alexandre Hertig, ,

Increased Plasma Timps Concentrations as the Negative Predictor Associated with Deterioration of Kidney Allograft Function in the Long-Term Observation

Presenter: Oktawia Mazanowska, ,

Association of Donor and Recipient Calcineurin Inhibitor Pharmacogenomic Variation with Long-Term Allograft Survival

Presenter: Richard Borrows, ,

Preclinical Models of Xenotransplantation
16 July 2012  /  15:30 - 17:00

Systemic Inflammation in Xenograft Recipients (SIXR) Precedes Activation of Coagulation in the Presence of T Cell-Directed Immunosuppression

Presenter: Mohamed Ezzelarab, ,



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