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Most Downloaded Articles in Transplantation Journals

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The Fourth Dose of CoronaVac Vaccine Results in a Small Increase of Seroconversion and Antibody Values Among Kidney Transplant Recipients

Perivaccination Antimetabolite Hold and Third Dose of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine in Lung Transplant Recipients: Preliminary Report


Single Lung Transplant Remains a Viable Option for Patients With Severe Secondary Pulmonary Hypertension

Proceedings of the 26th Annual Virtual Congress of the International Liver Transplantation Society

Transplantation - Week's Most Downloaded Paper

Chimerism, Transplant Tolerance, and Beyond #TBT bit.ly/3Ne93dg

The present review discusses current developments in tolerance induction for solid organ transplantation with a particular emphasis on chimerism-based approaches. It explains the basic mechanisms of chimerism-based tolerance and provides an update on ongoing clinical tolerance trials. The concept of “delayed tolerance” is presented, and ongoing preclinical studies in the nonhuman primate setting—including current limitations and hurdles regarding this approach—are illustrated. In addition, a brief overview and update on cell-based tolerogenic clinical trials is provided. In a critical approach, advantages, limitations, and potential implications for the future of these different regimens are discussed.

Transplantation Direct - Week's Most Downloaded Paper

Early Impact of MMaT-3 Policy on Liver Transplant Waitlist Outcomes for Hepatocellular Carcinoma #OpenAccess #VisualAbstract #TransplantTwitter bit.ly/3wR4OgB

To reduce the disparity in access to liver transplant (LT), United Network for Organ Sharing implemented an exception policy in May 2019, which capped hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) exception score to the median Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD) at transplant within the donor service area minus 3 points (MMaT-3) after the 6-mo wait period. We aimed to evaluate how this policy affected HCC waitlist outcomes.

TTS By-Election for Vice President Position

Deadline to vote is June 30, 2022

TTS 2022 By-Election is open!

With the advent of John Fung (USA) being elected as TTS President-Elect (2022-2024), the Vice President position (2022-2026) will be vacated at the end of the TTS 2022 Congress. This by-election is being held to fill this new vacancy.

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Minnie Sarwal

United States

Stefan G. Tullius

United States

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