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Long-term normothermic machine preservation of human livers: what is needed to succeed?

Oxygenated versus non-oxygenated flush out and storage of donor livers: An experimental study

Sequential Hypothermic and Normothermic Machine Perfusion Enables Safe Transplantation of High-risk Donor Livers

A CLINICAL COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT OXYGEN CARRIERS FOR COMBINED HYPOTHERMIC AND NORMOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION OF HIGH-RISK DONOR LIVERS

Ex Situ Dual Hypothermic Oxygenated Machine Perfusion for Human Split Liver Transplantation

Kawasaki Disease Patient Stratification and Pathway Analysis Based on Host Transcriptomic and Proteomic Profiles

Oxygen Transport during Ex Situ Machine Perfusion of Donor Livers Using Red Blood Cells or Artificial Oxygen Carriers

OXYGENATED VERSUS NON-OXYGENATED FLUSH OUT AND STORAGE OF DCD PORCINE LIVERS

Proteomic analysis of machine perfusion solution from brain dead donor kidneys reveals that elevated complement, cytoskeleton and lipid metabolism proteins are associated with 1-year outcome

Hyperthermia-induced changes in liver physiology and metabolism: a rationale for hyperthermic machine perfusion

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