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Oral Abstract Session: Islet Xeno: Preserving graft integrity and evaluating the implant site

65. - CD40-specific costimulation blockade and rapamycin prevent porcine islet-xenograft rejection in nonhuman primates through regulation of B and T cell xenoreactivity

Presenter: Amar, Singh, Minneapolis, United States
Authors: AMAR SINGH , Sabrinathan Ramachandran , Melanie L. Graham , AppakalaiN. Balamurugan , Bernhard J. Hering

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