First Published in 1988, Experimental Liver Transplantation is a helpful guide through the process of Liver Transplantation and how the surgical techniques have evolved over the years. Filled with references to the history of Liver transplantation, to the experimental procedures performed on rats. This is an essential guide to any students of surgery or professionals in their respective fields.
1. Historical Background to experimental Liver Transplantation. 2. Surgical Techniques for Rat Liver Transplantation. 3. Surgical Techniques for Rat Heart and Kidney Transplantation. 4. Transplantation Antigens in Rat Liver Grafting. 5. The Processes of Rejection and Nonrejection – Histology and Functional Competence of Rat Livers after Transplantation. 6. Genetics of Liver Graft Rejection in the Rat. 7. Systemic Tolerance Induced by Liver Transplantation. 8. Immunosuppression by Liver Transplantation. 9. Sensitization by Auxiliary Liver Grafting or Liver Cell Suspensions. 10. Serology of Liver Transplantation in the Rat. 11. Immunosuppressive Properties of Serum and Lymph from Liver Grafted Rats. References. Index.
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