Ex Vivo Organ Perfusion Studies in Xenograft Research

  • K. E. Otte
  • D. Steinbruchel
  • E. Kemp


Xenotransplantation experiments can be performed either by experimental interspecies organ or tissue transplantation in animals, or by using an artificial circulation where donor organs can be perfused with xenogeneic blood or blood components.


Organ Perfusion Rabbit Kidney Hyperacute Rejection Plasma Hemoglobin Xenograft Rejection 
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  • K. E. Otte
  • D. Steinbruchel
  • E. Kemp

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