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At present, histocompatibility matching is an inexact science, and there are undoubtedly many histocompatibility antigens either poorly defined or undefined. With further definition of such antigens, improvement can be expected in the correlation of tissue typing with homograft function and survival. Further work also needs to be done to determine which method of tissue typing is best.
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