2012 - Transplantomics and Biomarkers in Transplantation
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States of the Art: Biomarkers for Transplantation
1.5 - How can Omics Advance our Understanding of Chronic Allograft Injury and Improve Long-Term Graft Survival?
Presenter: Mark D., Stegall, Rochester, MN, USA
Authors: Mark D. Stegall
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