*  Banff Classification
The initiative was "inspired by the then recent development of a consensus grading system for diagnosis of rejection in cardiac ... 97 classification and graft outcome. http://banfffoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/The-Banff-classification-revisited. ... 2000). "Impact of the Banff '97 classification for histological diagnosis of rejection on clinical outcome and renal function ... 2010). "The evolution of the Banff classification schema for diagnosing renal allograft rejection and its implications for ...
*  Allotransplantation
... and the term homovital graft might be used in reference to grafts whose cells must continue to grow and reproduce for the graft ... An immune response against an allograft or xenograft is termed rejection. An allogenic bone marrow transplant can result in an ... These grafts persist however as homostatic grafts and are completely replaced by host tissues in time.) "Composite Tissue ... Unlike allografts, such grafts do not corporate into the body. As with many operations, allotransplantation also has some side ...
*  Liver transplantation
... there are three types of graft rejection that may occur. They include hyperacute rejection, acute rejection and chronic ... Chronic rejection is the presence of any sign and symptom of rejection after 1 year. The cause of chronic rejection is still ... Liver rejection may happen anytime after the transplant. Lab findings of a liver rejection include abnormal AST, ALT, GGT and ... Unlike hyperacute rejection, which is B cell mediated, acute rejection is mediated by T cells. It involves direct cytotoxicity ...
*  Hybrid resistance
The model which describes this event is called "The missing self". The rejection of parental (P) BM graft by F1 generation is ... This event leads to parental graft rejection. Cudkowicz, G; Stimpfling, JH. "DEFICIENT GROWTH OF C57BL MARROW CELLS ... In a case of hybrid resistance, the parental bone marrow (BM) graft is rejected by F1 generation in murine model. This ... rejection is caused by natural killer (NK) cells of the recipient. ...
*  Khodadoust line
Khodadoust AA, Silverstein AM (February 1976). "Induction of corneal graft rejection by passive cell transfer". Investigative ... This medical condition is similar to organ rejection after an organ transplant, except that it involves immunological rejection ... Corneal Graft Rejection on eMedicine "Atlas of Ophthalmology". Atlasophthalmology.com. Retrieved 2011-01-02. http://www. ... A Khodadoust Line or chronic focal transplant reaction is a medical sign that indicates a complication of corneal graft surgery ...
*  Mononuclear cell infiltration
It is the sign of onset of graft rejection. Mononuclear leukocytes. ...
*  Suberites
S. domuncula has been used for study of graft rejection. Researchers have discovered that apoptotic factors are induced in the ... S. domuncula was the first demonstrated immune response of invertebrate species (1). These sponges also have similar graft- ... Allograft rejection in the mixed cell reaction system of the demospongeSuberites domunculais controlled by differential ...
*  Causes of cancer
The main reason for this is tissue graft rejection caused by MHC incompatibility. In humans and other vertebrates, the immune ...
*  Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
... increase the risk of graft rejection. A mismatch of an HLA Type II gene (i.e. HLA-DR, or HLA-DQB1) increases the risk of graft- ... Graft-versus-tumor effect (GVT) or "graft versus leukemia" effect is the beneficial aspect of the Graft-versus-Host phenomenon ... To limit the risks of transplanted stem cell rejection or of severe graft-versus-host disease in allogeneic HSCT, the donor ... Also, the incidence of patients experiencing rejection (and graft-versus-host disease is impossible) is very rare due to the ...
*  Santosh G. Honavar
Management of an irradiated anophthalmic socket following dermis-fat graft rejection: A case report. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2008 ...
*  Thomas D. Schiano
Tan, HH; Fiel, MI; Rio Martin, J; Schiano, TD (Jun 2009). "Graft rejection occurring in post-liver transplant patients ... is a variant of rejection and may lead to a negative outcome in patients with hepatitis C virus". Liver Transpl. 14 (6): 861-71 ... "Effect of ischemia-reperfusion on the incidence of acute cellular rejection and timing of histologic hepatitis C virus ...
*  Alloimmunity
Graft rejection occurs within 3 to 5 days. This type of rejection is a typical response to xenotransplants. Chronic rejection ... Alloimmune (isoimmune) response results in graft rejection, which is manifested as deterioration or complete loss of graft ... Host can accept another graft from the same donor but reject graft from different donor. Graft acceptance depends on the ... This type of rejection is very fast, the graft is rejected in a few minutes or hours after the transplantation. Accelerated ...
*  Peter Hersh
Hersh PS, Jordan AJ & Mayers M. Corneal graft rejection episode after excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy. Arch. Ophthal ...
*  Muromonab-CD3
February 2003). "Individualized T cell monitored administration of ATG versus OKT3 in steroid-resistant kidney graft rejection ... Muromonab-CD3 is approved for the therapy of acute, glucocorticoid-resistant rejection of allogeneic renal, heart and liver ... Unlike the monoclonal antibodies basiliximab and daclizumab, it is not approved for prophylaxis of transplant rejection, ... is an immunosuppressant drug given to reduce acute rejection in patients with organ transplants. It is a monoclonal antibody ...
*  A. Edward Maumenee
These achievements include the following: initial description of the immunological nature of corneal graft rejection; discovery ...
*  Testicular immunology
Experiments in the rat have shown that Sertoli cells can help protect from graft rejection. These cells were isolated from the ... resulting in increased graft survival. Molecules released by the Sertoli cells are predicted to protect the graft. 2. It is ... Both the suppression of immune responses and the increased survival of grafts in the testis have led to its recognition as an ... Evidence includes the tolerance of testicular grafts in mice and rats, as well as the increased survival of transplants of ...
*  High-resolution computed tomography
The major pulmonary complication is bronchiolitis obliterans, which may be a sign of lung graft rejection. HRCT has better ...
*  UTY (gene)
This protein is a minor histocompatibility antigen which may induce graft rejection of male stem cell grafts. Alternative ... gene codes for an HLA-B60-restricted human male-specific minor histocompatibility antigen involved in stem cell graft rejection ...
*  Danger model
However, none of these models can explain non-cytopathic virus infections, graft rejection or anti-tumor immunity. In 1994 a ...
*  The Compatibility Gene
It describes the history of immunology with the discovery of the principle of graft rejection by Peter Medawar, and the way the ... Frankenstein's Holy Trinity Davis tells the story of Peter Medawar's life and discoveries in graft rejection. 2. Self / Non- ... playing a part in the success of skin grafts, pregnancy, and more. The biologist Rebecca Nesbit, reviewing The Compatibility ...
*  Alireza Mashaghi
In 2017, Mashaghi team developed a physics-based approach to explain the mechanism behind corneal graft rejection. Mashaghi has ... 14(2): 4242-4282 (2013) Preventing graft rejection in high-risk corneal transplant patients Y Azimzade et al. Immunophysical ... In 2017, he and his co-workers at Harvard developed an immunotherapy strategy to improve survival of cornea grafts . The work ... typically suffering from high graft rejection rates. ...
*  Tacrolimus
In people receiving immunosuppressants to reduce transplant graft rejection, an increased risk of malignancy (cancer) is a ... and this may have important long-term implications given the prognostic influence of rejection on graft survival. Oral ... Although this activity is similar to that of ciclosporin, the incidence of acute rejection is reduced by tacrolimus use over ... Although short-term immunosuppression concerning patient and graft survival is found to be similar between the two drugs, ...
*  Addressin
2004). "Semiquantative analysis of expression of mucosal addressin cell adhesion molecule-1 during small bowel graft rejection ...
*  Tolypocladium inflatum
Ciclosporin A was first introduced in medical use in the 1970s after an organ transplant to reduce graft rejection. This use ... Ciclosporin exhibits insecticidal and antifungal properties and is a key immunosuppressant drug used to prevent the rejection ... Ciclosporin is an immunosuppressant drug used in the management of autoimmune diseases and the prevention of rejection in organ ...
*  Intestine transplantation
The common symptom of graft dysfunction, whether due to infection, rejection, or some other condition, is diarrhea. Intestinal ... In a multivisceral graft, the stomach, duodenum, pancreas, and/or colon may be included in the graft. Multivisceral grafts are ... Immunosuppression is the primary determinant of outcome in small bowel transplantation; the risk for graft rejection is ... In the most basic and common graft, an isolated intestinal graft, only sections of the jejunum and ileum are transplanted. ...
*  Peter Medawar
... whose work on graft rejection and the discovery of acquired immune tolerance was fundamental to the practice of tissue and ... graft rejection and acquired immune tolerance Induction and Intuition in Scientific Thought Pluto's Republic, incorporating an ... This work was used in dealing with skin grafts required after burns. Medawar's work resulted in a shift of emphasis in the ... When the mouse developed into adult and skin grafting from that of the original strain was performed, there was no tissue ...
*  History and naming of human leukocyte antigens
In organ transplant the goal was to explain graft rejection for recipients, and of course, to prevent future rejection. From ... This is called allograft [allo = different, graft(medical) = transplant] rejection. To explain rejection in a nutshell, certain ... The pilot suffered severe burns requiring skin grafts. However, at the time skin grafts were a risky business, often being ... Within days the skin grafts from the brother were completely destroyed. Successive skin grafts from the brother were destroyed ...