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Oral Abstract Session
Monitoring pre-clinical and clinical application of xenotransplantation

Sunday October 29, 2023 | 08:00 to 09:30
Room: Indigo H
Track: N/A


Ahmad Karadagi, United States
Long-term (2 years) survival of porcine to nonhuman primate life-sustaining kidney xenotransplantation

Dr. David K Cooper, United States
Are xenotransplantation experiments in brain-dead human subjects (decedents), justified?

Mrs. Merle Flecks, Germany
Analysis of PERV-C superinfection resistance using HA-tagged viruses

Dr. Yu Hisadome, United States
Routine cold storage (5 hours) leads to hyperacute graft loss in pig-to-primate kidney xenotransplantation; hypothermic machine perfusion may be preferred preservation modality

Dr. Joachim Denner, Germany
Effective detection and elimination strategies for porcine viruses

Massimo Mangiola, United States
Anti-pig Antibodies in Human Immunoglobulin Preparations

Prof. Heiner Niemann, Germany
Genetic knockout of porcine GGTA1 or CMAH/GGTA1 is associated with the emergence of neo-glycans

Dr. Tianshu Zhang, United States
Anti-pig antibodies monitoring In The First Cardiac Xenotransplantation From Genetically Engineered Pig to a Human

Dr. Andrew Tully, United States
Immune Monitoring of The First Cardiac Xenotransplant From Genetically engineered pig to a Human

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IPITA-IXA-CTRMS Joint Congress • San Diego, CA, USA • October 26-29, 2023
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