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Donor Specific Antibodies Are Not Only Directed Against HLA-DR: Minding Your Ps And Qs

from Human Immunology

During solid organ transplantation, interactions between recipient and donor immune cells occur chiefly in the allograft microvasculature. All three HLA class II antigens, DR, DP and DQ, have been detected on renal EC with a markedly increased expression of HLA class II observed in renal allografts undergoing rejection. Recent studies of donor-specific antibodies (DSA) have exposed the prevalence of de novo DSA directed against HLA-DQ, as well as a strong association between these antibodies and allograft damage. more


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