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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A case study of double cord persistence: Everyone wins Haarberg, Kelley M.
2015
76 S p. 165-
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2 A catalog of HLA region SNPs with functional annotations, disease associations and correlations with HLA types Kennedy, Amy E.
2015
76 S p. 122-
1 p.
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3 A Comparative study of HLA Typing using an illumina miseq NGS System Kojima, Hiroto
2015
76 S p. 160-
1 p.
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4 Acute antibody-mediated rejection in presence of MICA-DSA and successful renal re-transplant with negative-MICA virtual crossmatch Zou, Yizhou
2015
76 S p. 96-
1 p.
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5 Allelic antibodies and their impact on organ allocation to highly sensitized patients Iwakoshi, Neal N.
2015
76 S p. 61-
1 p.
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6 Alloantibodies reactivity with allogenic human cardiac stem/progenitors cells destined for cardiac repair Hocine, Rachid
2015
76 S p. 81-
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7 Allo immune response, epithelial mesenchymal transition and chronic allograft fibrosis – Is there a link? Rezaeian, Saba
2015
76 S p. 164-
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8 Allo-sensitization profile in renal transplant patients with systemic lupus erythematosus Brailey, Paul
2015
76 S p. 164-
1 p.
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9 Amibiguities of HLA DRB1 high resolution typing can be resolved by Sanger sequencing Santos, Renata
2015
76 S p. 127-
1 p.
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10 Analysis of melt curve history and characteristics enhances resolution and the ability to evaluate reaction disposition in the linkseq real-time SSP assay Shumway, Wayne
2015
76 S p. 39-
1 p.
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11 A new HLA-C∗02 null allele described in quilombo remnants samples from southern brazil Nunes, Kelly
2015
76 S p. 140-
1 p.
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12 An integrated genotyping approach for HLA and other complex genetic systems Geraghty, Daniel E.
2015
76 S p. 53-
1 p.
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13 Anti-HLA antibodies detected before and anti-HLA antibodies detected before and after HLA-12/12 matched unrelated donor of allo-HSCT can negatively impact the outcomes, but HLA-DP loci mismatches have no significance He, Jun
2015
76 S p. 73-
1 p.
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14 Anti-HLA antibodies in pediatric renal transplant recipients – Analysis of potential triggers Pradhan, Subal K.
2015
76 S p. 60-
1 p.
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15 Are IgM donor-specific hla antibodies (DSA) clinically relevant? Warner, Paul
2015
76 S p. 138-
1 p.
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16 Assessing the correlation between C3d-binding de novo donor specific HLA antibodies and rejection in kidney transplant recipients Cusick, Matthew
2015
76 S p. 142-
1 p.
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17 Assessing the impact of the new kidney allocation system on rates of transplantation for highly sensitized recipients – Center specific data Naim, Mehrnoush R.
2015
76 S p. 120-
1 p.
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18 Author Index 2015
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19 Author Index 2015
76 S p. 168-173
6 p.
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20 Autologous crossmatches: How useful are they in the evaluation of positive donor flow cytometric crossmatches? Manna, Deanna
2015
76 S p. 118-
1 p.
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21 Automation of the amplification and library preparation steps for HLA typing using the NGS-based Holotype HLA kit and the Hamilton STARlet system Huang, Yanping
2015
76 S p. 97-
1 p.
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22 Blind spots in the analysis of HLA class II DNA sequences Cano, Pedro
2015
76 S p. 72-
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23 Case report illustrating transplant decision making based on assessing clinical relevance of apparent donor specific antibodies, allele specific antibodies, and shared epitope patterns Pandey, Soumya
2015
76 S p. 135-
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24 Case report: Post-transplantation acute humoral rejection apparently due to igm donor specific antibodies and/or anti-angiotensin type 1 receptor antibodies Rhodes-Clark, Bobbie
2015
76 S p. 146-
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25 Case study: Use of A2 and donor red blood cells for anti ABO a titer Miller, Maureen M.
2015
76 S p. 97-
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26 Chains over cycles are selected by computer software optimization in the kidney paired donation program Stepkowski, Stanislaw
2015
76 S p. 144-
1 p.
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27 Challenge of a DPB1 null allele typing by using Luminex-RSSO Tian, Runying
2015
76 S p. 58-
1 p.
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28 Characteristics of donor-specific anti-HLA antibodies in renal transplant recipients Ghandorah, Salim
2015
76 S p. 163-
1 p.
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29 Characterization of copy number variations (CNV) in the NKG2C receptor gene Cao, Kai
2015
76 S p. 135-
1 p.
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30 Clinical significance of donor specific ANTI-HLA DR51/52/53 antibodies for antibody mediated rejection in kidney transplant recipients Park, Borae G.
2015
76 S p. 84-
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31 Clinical validation of next generation sequencing for HLA typing using trusight HLA Montgomery, Maureen C.
2015
76 S p. 139-
1 p.
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32 Clonal amplification rather than cloning to identify novel alleles: a hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) case study Thomas, Dawn
2015
76 S p. 155-156
2 p.
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33 Combining one step Sanger sequencing with phasing probe hybridization for class I typing yields rapid, g-group resolution defining 99% of unique full length protein sequences Tu, Bin
2015
76 S p. 56-
1 p.
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34 Commom, well-documented and rare HLA alleles observed in the brazilian bone marrow registry Porto, Luis Cristovao
2015
76 S p. 161-
1 p.
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35 Comparing fragment size with read-length and their effect on HLA genotyping by next-generation sequencing (NGS) Profaizer, Tracie
2015
76 S p. 52-
1 p.
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36 Comparison of CDC-AHG, C1q-AHG, and standard single antigen bead testing in patients refractory to platelet transfusion Halpin, Anne
2015
76 S p. 51-
1 p.
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37 Comparison of EDTA versus DTT treatment in overcoming the prozone effect in a Luminex-based HLA antibody assay Wang, Jinguo
2015
76 S p. 116-
1 p.
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38 Comparison of HLA-A and HLA-B ligandomes McMurtrey, Curtis
2015
76 S p. 149-
1 p.
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39 Comparison of SBT and Luminex HLA typing on BMR chimerism patient Lyrenmann, Toni
2015
76 S p. 100-
1 p.
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40 Comparison of the cost associated with an immune monitoring program to treatment of rejection Jindra, Peter T.
2015
76 S p. 92-
1 p.
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41 Compound HLA/KIR genotypes influence risk of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) in a southern chinese cohort Gao, Xiaojiang
2015
76 S p. 52-
1 p.
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42 Conundrum: A negative crossmatch in a patient with high level donor specific antibody Rewinski, Michael J.
2015
76 S p. 57-
1 p.
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43 Copy number variation (CNV) of KIR genes characterized using qRT-PCR technique Saltarrelli, Jerome
2015
76 S p. 111-
1 p.
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44 Crossmatch conundrums: Can we guess which graft will not be rejected? Askar, Medhat
2015
76 S p. 107-
1 p.
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45 C∗08:02/16:02 versus C∗05:01/16:01, ambiguous pairs particularly susceptible to typing error Goldstein, Steven
2015
76 S p. 79-
1 p.
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46 Decreased alloreactivity toward non-inherited maternal antigen (NIMA) allows successful kidney transplantation in regraft patient: Case report Liacini, Abdelhamid
2015
76 S p. 54-
1 p.
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47 Defining the non-sensitized patient: a comparison of HLA antibody screening and identification methods Shaut, Carley
2015
76 S p. 141-
1 p.
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48 Deleterious effect of DQ donor specific antibody on chronic and acute rejection following lung transplant exacerbated by antibody to protein kinase C- ζ Zhang, Aiwen
2015
76 S p. 154-
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49 De novo development of dsa and autoantibodies to lung associated self-antigens is associated with upregulation of transcription factor Zbtb7a: Role in chronic rejection following human lung transplantation Nayak, Deepak
2015
76 S p. 44-
1 p.
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50 Deriving HLA genotyping from whole genome sequencing data using Omixon HLA twin(tm) in G3’s global clinical study Juhos, Szilveszter
2015
76 S p. 131-
1 p.
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51 Detection of donor cell-free dna using digital PCR in lung transplant recipients with graft rejection and infection Zou, Jun
2015
76 S p. 68-
1 p.
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52 Development of Next Generation Sequencing automation for illumina’s Trusight HLA sequencing panel Iglehart, Brian
2015
76 S p. 98-99
2 p.
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53 Differences in blood composition between deceased and living donors: Could it affect crossmatches? Lacelle, Chantale
2015
76 S p. 90-
1 p.
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54 Differential HLA class I and II associations in pemphigus foliaceus and pemphigus vulgaris patients from an endemic brazilian region F. Brochado, Maria Jose
2015
76 S p. 80-
1 p.
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55 Differential role of integrin beta 4 in HLA class-I induced endothelial cell activation Soe, Nwe Nwe
2015
76 S p. 129-
1 p.
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56 Digging deep: Identification of a hidden crossover Weingard, Patricia
2015
76 S p. 86-
1 p.
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57 Donor KIR Genotype BX1 had a negative effect while centromeric B-Specific gene motifs had a positive effect of survival for standard risk AML Patients after unrelated donor hemotopoietic stem cell transplantation Bao, Xiaojing
2015
76 S p. 75-
1 p.
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58 Donor leucocyte buffy coat infusion to patients with donor specific hla antibodies undergoing haploidentical hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Aung, Fleur
2015
76 S p. 150-
1 p.
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59 Donor-specific antibodies in kidney deceased donor transplantation Ho, Eric K.
2015
76 S p. 143-
1 p.
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60 DPB1 T-cell epitopes: Molecular definition Cano, Pedro
2015
76 S p. 90-
1 p.
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61 3D printing for the hla laboratory Iglehart, Brian
2015
76 S p. 66-
1 p.
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62 Drug induced alloreactivity: A new paradigm for allorecognition D’Orsogna, Lloyd J.
2015
76 S p. 72-
1 p.
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63 DSA and C1q assay in kidney post-transplant monitoring Tyler, Jennifer L.
2015
76 S p. 50-
1 p.
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64 Effect of HLA on development of asthma Mahdi, Batool Mutar
2015
76 S p. 38-
1 p.
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65 Effect of time and temperature on the sensitivity of C3d complement detection with HLA single antigen beads Dalfo, Diana
2015
76 S p. 96-
1 p.
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66 Enhanced characterization of 109 genomic dna reference material for 6 HLA loci by next-generation sequencing (NGS) Ferriola, Deborah
2015
76 S p. 70-
1 p.
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67 Epitope cluster analysis for donor-specific antibody identification in eluates from fine-needle allograft biopsy Girnita, Alin
2015
76 S p. 125-126
2 p.
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68 Eplet/Epitope analysis of Anti-HLA antibodies can be Used to determine positive MFI cut off of complement binding antibodies Lobashevsky, Andrew
2015
76 S p. 59-
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69 Establishing a Next Generation Sequencing laboratory for high resolution HLA typing McGowan, Kim
2015
76 S p. 101-
1 p.
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70 Evaluation of discrepancies between Luminex single antigen bead assays Crowe, Deborah O.
2015
76 S p. 81-
1 p.
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71 Evaluation of polyreactive monoclonal antibodies using HLA solid phase assays Mostecki, Justin
2015
76 S p. 93-
1 p.
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72 Evaluation of SNPS on the toll-like receptors, nod-like receptors and CD14 gene in the recognition and in autophagic modulation in response to infection by mycobacterium leprae Mazini, Priscila S.
2015
76 S p. 83-
1 p.
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73 Evaluation of the HLA-F variability in Brazil by next generation sequencing Castelli, Erick C.
2015
76 S p. 89-
1 p.
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74 Evaluation of yield and integrity of DNA samples extracted from cord blood segments and red cells fractions using the Maxwell® RSC instrument Santos, Renata
2015
76 S p. 121-
1 p.
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75 Family history of graft versus host Jennemann, Jo-Ellen
2015
76 S p. 46-
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76 Flow cytometric crossmatch results using lymphocytes isolated from donor peripheral blood and spleen tissue on five consecutive days Falbo, Deborah K.
2015
76 S p. 62-
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77 Frequency and haplotype association of HLA-DQB1∗03:19 in Saudi Arabian population Al-Otaibi, Ahmed
2015
76 S p. 75-
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78 Frequency of Class I common or well documented null alleles in National Marrow Donor Program high resolution typing programs Henry, Jessica
2015
76 S p. 133-
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79 Full length phased sequencing of HLA class I samples reveals deeper insight in sequence variety Lang, Kathrin
2015
76 S p. 121-
1 p.
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80 Generation of high confidence HLA genotyping and consensus sequences for class I HLA loci using the NGS-based Omixon Holotype HLA typing system and the Illumina Miseq platform Clark, Peter M.
2015
76 S p. 130-
1 p.
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81 Genetic association between HLA class I alleles and hepatitis B virus-related hepatocellular carcinoma in a southern Chinese population Tang, Minzhong
2015
76 S p. 80-
1 p.
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82 Hepatitis A and B vaccination associated with de novo DSA to a previous donor’s HLA and a positive FCXM to a potential second donor: Successful kidney transplantation after desensitization Norin, Allen J.
2015
76 S p. 152-
1 p.
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83 High-resolution HLA typings obtained for high-throughput NGS using the Illumina MiSeq platform Van de Pasch, Loes
2015
76 S p. 88-
1 p.
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84 High strength HLA-DPA1 donor-specific antibodies cause positive CDC B-cell crossmatch but weak positive B-cell flow crossmatch Cunniffe, Kelly
2015
76 S p. 167-
1 p.
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85 High-throughput and cost-effective NGS strategy for intermediate-resolution HLA typing Van Rooy, Inge
2015
76 S p. 85-
1 p.
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86 High throughput, low cost detection of Gamma block SNPS using a capture probe target enrichment next generation sequencing assay Hogan, Hayley
2015
76 S p. 108-
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87 Histopathology of biopsy in patients with anti-endothelial cell antibody and angiotensin II type 1 receptor antibody Philogene, Mary Carmelle
2015
76 S p. 64-
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88 HLA-A, -B, and -DRB1 haplotype frequencies in 5-6/6 HLA matched parents Ikeda, Nami
2015
76 S p. 43-
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89 HLA antibody epitope and clonality are important determinants of capacity to fix complement in in vitro clinical and functional assays Valenzuela, Nicole M.
2015
76 S p. 149-
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90 HLA Antibody testing- it’s not a one stop assay Cusick, Matthew
2015
76 S p. 158-
1 p.
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91 HLA-B∗, C∗, DRB1∗ AND DQB1∗ alleles contribute to susceptibility to acute myeloblastic leukemia in Mexican Mestizo adult patients Flores-A, Hilario
2015
76 S p. 145-
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92 HLA-B21 is not an epitope, but a cluster of different epitopes Cano, Pedro
2015
76 S p. 71-
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93 HLA-DQB1∗03:25: A rare allele with a serological equivalency of HLA-DQ4 Duorfid, Zeying
2015
76 S p. 109-
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94 HLA-DRB1, DQA1 and DQB1 diversity in a mixed population of paraná, Southern Brazil Reis, Pamela G.
2015
76 S p. 153-
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95 HLA-DRB1 serologic epitopes Cano, Pedro
2015
76 S p. 71-
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96 HLA typing by NGS in the clinical lab: our one and a half years experience Duke, Jamie
2015
76 S p. 129-
1 p.
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97 How do we make the best choice in assays used to monitor HLA antibodies in renal recipients awaiting transplant? A comparison of flowpra beads with luminex single-antigen beads MacCann, Eileen S.
2015
76 S p. 44-
1 p.
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98 How masked high-titer HLA antibodies change in highly sensitized patients after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) Taniguchi, Michiko
2015
76 S p. 76-77
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99 Identification and sequencing of novel alleles: Utility of next-generation sequencing methods Brown, Nicholas K.
2015
76 S p. 56-
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100 Identification of eleven novel HLA alleles by sequence based typing (SBT): A∗02:557, A∗11:01:64, B∗40:299, B∗53:37, C∗01:98N, C∗02:14:02, C∗04:195, C∗08:110, C∗08:111, DRB1∗03:110, DRB∗13:184 Moore, Brandt
2015
76 S p. 102-
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101 Identification of two novel HLA-B null alleles using next generation sequencing Garcia-Gomez, Jean
2015
76 S p. 108-
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102 IGM Donor specific antibody is associated with antibody-mediated rejection in two adult kidney recipients in the absence of IgG HLA antibodies Nizio, Anthony
2015
76 S p. 67-
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103 IL6 (−174G/C) SNP but not IL4 (−590C/T) polymorphisms contributes to the development of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and is involved in gender specific risk in Mexican children Gonzalez, Betsy
2015
76 S p. 94-
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104 IL2 polymorphisms have no impact on risk, but genetic variants in IFNG have a protective role in acute lymphoblastic leukemia and are associated with gender in Mexican children Gonzalez, Betsy
2015
76 S p. 94-
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105 Immunogenetics software as a service Marin, Wesley
2015
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106 Immunogenicity differences between BW4 subtypes Jackson, Annette M.
2015
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107 Immunomagnetic depletion of RBCS directly from whole blood without the need for hypotonic lysis or sedimentation Peters, Carrie E.
2015
76 S p. 64-
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108 Impact of DP in CPRA Calculation Houp, Julie A.
2015
76 S p. 117-
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109 Impact of the new Kidney Allocation System (KAS) for CPRA >98% recipients on transplant laboratory operations – An opo perspective Rao, Prakash
2015
76 S p. 143-
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110 Importance of routine comparisons between Luminex instruments within a single laboratory Muchhala, Mayuri
2015
76 S p. 87-
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111 Improved HLA typing by next-generation DNA sequencing Conklin, Stephanie
2015
76 S p. 63-
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112 Indicators of rituximab responsiveness in antibody-mediated rejection after kidney transplantation Immenschuh, Stephan
2015
76 S p. 65-
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113 In silico analysis of desmoglein peptide binding sites to HLA-DRA/DRB1 and DQA1/DQB1 heterodimers in Brazilian patients presenting with pemphigus foliaceus or pemphigus vulgaris Baleotti, Wilson
2015
76 S p. 82-
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114 Inter-run variation of luminex single-antigen assay for the detection of antibodies to HLA Liu, Chang
2015
76 S p. 45-
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115 Kidney transplant outcomes in patients with CPRA values ⩾ 99% after the implementation of the new OPTN/UNOS kidney allocation system (KAS) – A single center study Kaur, Navdeep
2015
76 S p. 114-
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116 KIR gene genotype frequencies in donors of German, Turkish, and Polish descent Sauter, Jürgen
2015
76 S p. 134-
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117 KIR–HLA genotypes suggestive of opposing natural killer cell responses are associated with tuberculosis and sarcoidosis, the granulomatous diseases with similar pathology Rajalingam, Raja
2015
76 S p. 123-
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118 KIR shapes HLA Gendzekhadze, Ketevan
2015
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119 Large fragment target enrichment and sequencing of the 4.4Mb major histocompatibility complex by region-specific extraction and HiSeq 2500 Rabenstein, Hannah
2015
76 S p. 57-
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120 Ligation of HLA class ii molecules on endothelial cells induces p-selectin cell surface expression and myeloid cell recruitment Li, Fang
2015
76 S p. 49-
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121 Loss of BW6 allele in the pathogenesis of malignant haematopoietic disease Cano, Pedro
2015
76 S p. 40-
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122 Luminex crossmatch for pretransplant evaluation of renal transplant recipients Lal, Vandana
2015
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123 Mapping the hla frequencies of donor registry in quebec to define a better recruitment strategy Richard, Lucie
2015
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124 Medical record convergence for hla reporting across the enterprise Hallaway, Lisa
2015
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125 Monocyte recruitment to HLA class I antibody-activated endothelial cells is dependent upon MTOR Salehi, Sahar
2015
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126 Multiple high MFI Class I DSA can cause acute AMR of kidney allograft in simultaneous liver and kidney transplant recipients: outcome analysis from a single-center Rajalingam, Raja
2015
76 S p. 137-
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127 Mystery sensitization: What happened in the hospital??? Haarberg, Kelley M.
2015
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128 Next generation DNA sequencing of full length HLA class I genes yields concordant assignments and identifies the likelihood of variation outside of exons encoding the antigen recognition domain Hou, Lihua
2015
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129 NGS HLA typing – Single center experience with Omixon Holotype HLA X4 KIT and HLA twin data analysis Wang, Jinguo
2015
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130 Novel antigen expression of HLA-DR53 in patients with DR7 and DQ9 haplotype Ortiz Rivera, Julio O.
2015
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131 Occurrence of paternal HLA-A/B and maternal HLA-B/DRB1 recombinants in one family Dong, Wei
2015
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132 Optimization of solid phase and flow cytometry crossmatch assays through the use of DTT treated patient sera Spanjer, Katharine
2015
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133 OR4 A case of heart valve replacement leading to extensive sensitization Yamniuk, Christine
2015
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134 OR24 Allo-HLA reactivity by HIV-specific T-cells: A potential adjunct to HIV vaccine design? D’Orsogna, Lloyd J.
2015
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135 OR7 Antibodies to MHC class I induce transcription factor Zbtb7a and regulate development of autoimmunity leading to chronic rejection Nayak, Deepak
2015
76 S p. 6-
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136 OR37 Antibody ligation of Hla B*44:03 fails to stimulate endothelial cell proliferation due to a failure to recruit integrin beta4 Jin, Yi-Ping
2015
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137 OR41 A survey of cancer somatic mutations in the HLA region Kennedy, Amy E.
2015
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138 OR38 Beneficial effect of HLA-E mismatches on the outcome of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients Tsamadou, Chrysanthi
2015
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139 OR18 C3D-Binding de novo donor-specific HLA antibodies and antibody-mediated rejection of kidney transplants Kopchaliiska, Dessislava
2015
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140 OR14 Characterization of HLA class I new alleles with insertions and deletions in exons and introns Cereb, Nezih
2015
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141 OR3 Clinical relevance of preformed “acceptable” donor specific antibodies in kidney transplantation Piazza, Antonina
2015
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142 OR11 Comparison of arthritogenic peptide binding to DRB1*01:01 and DRB1*01:02 Roark, Christina L.
2015
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143 OR33 Comparison of UCLA patients transplanted from the deceased donor waitlist during the new and previous UNOS kidney allocation systems Hickey, Michelle J.
2015
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144 OR29 Computer assisted algorithm for assessing HLA DPB1 donor:recipient compatibility Smith, Geoffrey H.
2015
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145 OR39 De novo assembly of the major histocompatibility complex using single-molecule real-time sequencing of large contiguous DNA fragments captured by targeted region specific extraction Clark, Peter M.
2015
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146 OR15 De novo development of DSA following human lung transplantation is associated with changes on circulating micro-RNA involved in T and B cell regulation and fibrogenesis Xu, Zhongping
2015
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147 OR23 Elucidating the targetome of the HLA-B intron 4 derived miRNA, miR-6891 and allele specific miRNA isoforms Clark, Peter M.
2015
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148 OR31 EpVIX – Innovative free software to perform epitope virtual crossmatch. Implementation and validation in a state of Brazil Cardoso Jr., Raimundo Antônio
2015
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149 OR44 Evaluation of HLA typing ambiguity in the us registry Paunic, Vanja
2015
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150 OR34 Flow and virtual cross match exchange – A new component of the International Cell Exchange Locke, Arlene F.
2015
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151 OR43 Four DRβ1 amino acids mediate preferential binding of citrullinated peptides and collagen Anderson, Kirsten M.
2015
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152 OR10 Genetic predisposition to interleukin-10 production influences epstein-barr virus reactivation after renal transplantation Tripathi, Gaurav
2015
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153 OR17 Heme oxygenase-1 modulates HLA class I antibody-dependent endothelial cell activation Zilian, Eva
2015
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154 OR25 High-throughput sequencing using next-generation sequencing within 72h Sheh, Alexander
2015
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155 OR8 HIV Infection leads to the presentation of unexpectedly long peptides by HLA-A*11:01 Yaciuk, Jane C.
2015
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156 OR2 HLA class II antigen matching effect on kidney transplantation Cho, Yong
2015
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157 OR20 HLA Class II ligation by antibody induces endothelial cell permeability by promoting endocytosis of Ve-cadherin Li, Fang
2015
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158 OR30 HLA-DPB1* antigen frequencies in deceased donors: Mining the data Karas, Aaron
2015
76 S p. 26-
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159 OR13 Human leukocyte antigen analysis using high resolution SNP data: Imputation, association and amino acid binding pocket residues investigation in IgAD patients Lim, Che Kang
2015
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160 OR35 IgG subclass analysis in C4d+ DSA positive patients Cicciarelli, James C.
2015
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161 OR5 Igg subclass and concentration are determinants of HLA class I antibody capacity to fix complement in in vitro clinical and functional assays Valenzuela, Nicole M.
2015
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162 OR12 Increased HLA homozygosity in lymphoma but not in acute myelogenous leukemia Crow, Danielle R.
2015
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163 OR6 Increased reliance on the virtual crossmatch under the new kidney allocation schema (KAS) Parsons, Ronald F.
2015
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164 OR21 Is circulating angiotensin II receptor a potential marker of renal allograft injury? Kimball, Pam
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165 OR16 IVIG Infusions deplete donor-specific HLA antibodies in lung transplant recipients: A single-center experience Kopchaliiska, Dessislava
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166 OR26 KIR typing of 100.000 donor samples by next generation sequencing (NGS) Lange, Vinzenz
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167 OR36 Ligands distinct to ovarian cancer Hla-A*02:01 Patterson, Andrea M.
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168 OR27 Monoclonal antibody RL41A recognizes cisplatin resistant ovarian cancer cells via HLA-A2 Kaabinejadian, Saghar
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169 OR9 Multiethnic rna sequencing analysis of HLA reveals HLA-allele specific eQTLs Ollila, Hanna M.
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170 OR42 Potential mediation of HLA and cancer associations via non-coding RNAs Stasik, Izabela
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171 OR1 Scandiatransplant acceptable mismatch program; a bridge to transplanting the highly immunized kidney patients? Koefoed-Nielsen, Pernille
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172 OR45 Selective pressure on HLA haplotypes to maximise interaction with natural killer cells Cano, Pedr
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173 OR40 Site of HLA-B/C recombination identified by STR analysis and sequencing Voorter, Chrisitina E.M.
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174 OR19 Successful reversal of severe kidney allograft rejection mediated by angiotensin II type 1-receptor antibodies Lan, James H.
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175 OR32 The new kidney allocation system disadvantages patients with cPRA 90–98% – A single center analysis Hahn, Amy
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176 OR22 Towards clinical NGS HLA-typing: A performance comparison of next-generation sequencing technologies for DNA HLA typing in a clinical diagnostic environment Sherwood, Karen
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177 OR46 Using all your tools: Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) patient and potential donors HLA-C ambiguity guide us to explore outside of the exons coding the peptide binding domain of HLA-C DeOliveira, Angelica
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178 OR28 Validation of 2070 common, rare, and novel HLA alleles using Illumina TruSight® HLA ultra-high-resolution sequencing Yamamoto, Fiona
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179 Overcoming of immunological barriers in renal transplantation. Experience of King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Jeddah Dada, Ashraf
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180 Phased full Length SMRT sequencing of HLA-DPB1 Lang, Kathrin
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181 Pitfall in the interpretation of DQ HLA-antibodies Al-Attas, Rabab
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182 Positive B cell flow cytometry crossmatch/full HLA matched renal transplant pair Al-Awwami, Moheeb
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183 Potential hyperacute renal rejection due to non-hla antibody in a pediatric patient Cusick, Matthew
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184 Predicting donor specific crossmatch outcome using an in-house generated virtual crossmatch algorithm Rao, Prakash
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185 Pre-transplant assessment of non-HLA antibody in incompatibility kidney transplant recipients Philogene, Mary Carmelle
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186 Prevalence of HLA antibodies in female blood donors in Singapore Chan, Marieta
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187 Prevalence of HLA-DP antibodies in patients awaiting renal transplantation Furczon, Marjola
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188 Rapid and automated flow cytometry crossmatch for optimizing inter-assay and inter-operator consistency Putheti, Prabhakar
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189 Rapid and quality controlled screening assay for the HLA-B57 antigen by flow cytometry Crawford, Tricia L.
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190 Rapid microchimerism analysis using multiplexed reagents and novel software Luiken, Bram
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191 Reasons for failing offers in a Kidney Paired Donation program: A 7-year analysis Stepkowski, Stanislaw
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192 Rejection in heart transplantation: more antibodies than just DSA Ong, Geraldine D.
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193 Residual serum rituximab induces false positive flow cytometric B cell crossmatch more than 6months post-infusion Lazar-Molnar, Eszter
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194 Resolution of HLA-A*68:11N allele by One Lambda labtype® reverse sequence specific oligonucleotide typing kit Williams, Randy
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195 Serologic epitopes defined across multiple exons Cano, Pedro
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196 Successful myeloid repopulation with a second hematopoietic stem cell transplant donor for relapse – AML Norin, Allen J.
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197 Target enrichment using capture probes: The future of HLA typing by next generation sequencing? Hogan, Hayley
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198 The ARG107GLY mismatch impacts the CD94/NKG2A/2C balance: Implications for HLA-E matching? Celik, Alexander A.
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199 The complement interference phenomenon as a cause of underestimation of high titer anti-HLA antibodies in a renal transplant recipient Vittoraki, Angeliki G.
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200 The DQ2 ALLELE, DQB1∗02:02, Differentiates mild from severe histology in adult celiac disease patients Colombe, Beth W.
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201 The effect of pronase on lymphocyte surface markers and implications for flow cytometric crossmatch Lazar-Molnar, Eszter
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202 The expression of HLA genes in pre-implantation kidney biopsies is associated with graft dysfunction at 1 year post-transplantation Mine, Karina L.
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203 The influence of HLA antigen mismatch and epitope mismatch on lung transplant survival: Analysis of OPTN data after LAS allocation Wan, Liang
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204 The key determinants of donor lymphoid chimerism support the diagnosis of acute graft versus host disease after liver transplant and predict the clinical outcome Zhang, Aiwen
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205 The new kidney allocation system-who are we penalizing? Lacelle, Chantale
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206 The new OPTN Kidney Allocation System: An early look at the transplant trend in the highly sensitized patient cohort Kheradmand, Taba
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207 The old, the new, and the unexpected: A peek at the impact of the new kidney allocation system on unexpected positive crossmatch rate Kheradmand, Taba
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208 The sooner the better: Our laboratory experience with chorionic villus sampling (CVS) HLA typing prior to HSCT DeOliveira, Angelica
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209 The utility of circulating donor specific antibody to predict biopsy-proven antibody-mediated rejection and to provide prognostic value after heart transplantation in children Delgado, Julio C.
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210 To batch or not to batch? linkseq real-time PCR vs. SSO-luminex, a comparison of high throughput HLA typing methods LaCarrubba, Helen
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211 Towards a new gold standard – NGS corrections to sanger SBT genotyping results Melista, Efi
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212 Treating sera with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid: A promising technical solution for the complement-mediated prozone effect in anti-hla antibody detection by single antigen bead assay Vittoraki, Angeliki G.
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213 Tri-allelic TPOX genotype observed in engraftment monitoring baseline McFarland, Chris
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214 Unambiguous HLA genotyping using long-range PCR and next-generation sequencing (NGS) on buccal-extracted DNA: Results from 4000 donor recruitment samples Lan, James H.
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215 Uncommon DR7-DR53-DQ haplotypes in four canadian subjects Sidahmed, Abubaker Me
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216 Understanding clinical ordering practices: platelet antibody testing Kreuter, Justin
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217 Unexpected association of reduced activating KIR–HLA genotypes with autoimmune Vogt–Koyanagi–Harada disease Rajalingam, Raja
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218 Unexplainable strong flow cytometric and CDC B cell positive crossmatches attributed to the “prozone phenomenon” of a DSA to DQA1∗05:05 Kurbegovic-Skaljic, Ina
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219 Unlikely identification of an 8/8 OR 10/10 matched donor for patients with uncommon haplotypes Olson, Janelle
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220 Use of Relative Ratio to analyze Donor Specific Antibody – One center’s experience Gilbert, Kristin
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221 Using next generation sequencing to characterize potential HLA class I novel alleles Lazaro, Ana M.
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222 Usual and unusual association of DRB4∗01:03N null allele, with HLA DRB1∗DQB1∗haplotypes: First report from arab population Kebasi, Shaima
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223 Validation of a clinical assay for specific genotyping of a KIR2DL1 allelic polymorphism Arnold, Paula
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224 Wait time deconstructed Heneghan, Jean
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225 West nile virus ligands from alternative reading frame proteins are revealed by class I HLA Kaabinejadian, Saghar
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226 When silent mutations speak up: Fine granularity in linkage disequilibrium Cano, Pedro
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227 Why do some 100% CPRA renal transplant candidates get more offers with the new KAS than others? Mackey, Maryanne
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