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Immunogenetic Aspects of Organ Transplantaion in the Rat

  • E. Günther

Abstract

In this contribution some genetic aspects will be discussed which are relevant when organ studying graft rejection in the rat. The more general considerations will be illustrated mainly by results in the production of which the author has been involved, and no review (Günther and Štark 1977) of the literature is intended.

Keywords

Major Histocompatibility Complex Graft Rejection Transplant Proc Strain Combination Pancreas Graft 
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