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Some Observations on Organ Transplantation

  • R. Y. Calne

Abstract

It is a pleasure and a privilege to participate in this Festschrift for Walter Brendel, who has been a friend and a colleague of mine since 1968.

Keywords

Organ Transplantation Liver Grafting Allograft Survival Antilymphocyte Globulin Kidney Graft Survival 
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