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Publications

Potential of Donation After Unexpected Circulatory Death Programs Defined by Their Demographic Characteristics

Shifting Paradigms for Suppressing Fibrosis in Kidney Transplants: Supplementing Perfusion Solutions With Anti-fibrotic Drugs

A translational rat model for ex vivo lung perfusion of pre-injured lungs after brain death

Brain death-induced lung injury is complement dependent, with a primary role for the classical/lectin pathway

CLINICALLY APPLICABLE INTRALUMINAL PRESERVATION OF HUMAN SMALL BOWEL DOES NOT REDUCE HISTOLOGICAL DAMAGE COMPARED TO STANDARD VASCULAR FLUSH

Clinically Applicable PEG-based Intraluminal Preservation of Human Small Intestines Does Not Reduce Histological Damage Compared to Standard Vascular Flush

Complement is activated during normothermic machine perfusion of porcine and discarded human kidneys

Corrigendum to 'Propofol-based anaesthesia versus sevoflurane-based anaesthesia for living donor kidney transplantation: results of the VAPOR-1 randomized controlled trial' (Br J Anaesth 2017; 118: 720-32)

Elevated plasma free thiols are associated with early and one-year graft function in renal transplant recipients

Ex Vivo Administration of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells in Kidney Grafts Against Ischemia-reperfusion Injury-Effective Delivery Without Kidney Function Improvement Posttransplant

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Press/media

Ex vivo modification of donor organs

Kunnen we het tekort aan organen oplossen met deze baanbrekende machine?

Proefdiervrij moet betrouwbaardere en waardevollere wetenschap opleveren

Liever ‘nee’ dan ‘ik weet het niet’ bij orgaandonatie

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