Immunobiology and Prevention of Allograft Reaction After Experimental Keratoplasty
By: Uwe Pleyer (author)Hardback
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This text addresses issues such as: can locally applied CD4 mAb affect graft reaction after penetrating keratoplasty? Are lipsome-incorporated CD4 more effective? Do locally applied CD4 mAb have a greater systemic effect?, and are tests in vitro meaningful for clinical grafts?
The animal keratoplasty model; production of the W3/25 mAb used in the study; treatment protocol; graft assessment; histopathology; generation of cytotoxic lymphocytes (CTL test); delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH) assay; flow cytometry; statistical analysis; clinical results; results after subconjunctional injection; results of drop application; histology; generation of cytotoxic lymphocytes (CTL); DTH reaction (delayed-type hypersensibility); flow cytometry; literature.
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