Bakker, S. (Creator), Leuvenink, H. (Creator) & Porte, R. (Creator), University of Groningen, 2017



Transplantation is a very successful and life-saving treatment. Yet, after transplantation, many transplant recipients face a multitude of health problems, impairing quality of life, length of life and duration of organ function. TransplantLines is a biobank aiming at finding biomarkers for early and non-invasive detection of health problems and yet unsolved questions that transplantation patients face.

For researchers outside of the UMCG a small fee is required to access the samples. A study proposal has to be submitted on a specific form (provided by Prof. dr. S.J.L. Bakker) and the TransplantLines research committee will judge whether the request can be granted and under what conditions.

All-cause mortality, Cause-specific Mortality, Graft Failure, Viral infections, Bacterial Infections, Diarrhea, Post-Transplant Diabetes, Rejection, Osteoporosis, Post-Transplant Obesity etc. etc.

Biological samples , Imaging data , Medical records , National registries , Physiological/Biochemical measurements , Survey data
Date made available2017
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Date of data production2014 - 2034
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands
Access to the dataset Closed

    Keywords on Datasets

  • transplantation, biomarkers, biological samples, imaging data, medical records, Physiological measurements, biochemical measurements, mortality, graft failure, infections, post-transplant diabetes, rejection, osteoporosis, post-transplant obesity, DNA, feaces, RNA, serum, saliva, urine, health, Nutrition
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  5. Vitamin C Depletion and All-Cause Mortality in Renal Transplant Recipients

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