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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Elevated titers of natural antibodies have been demonstrated in the sera of patients following transplantation. These humoral responses were thought to be associated with rejection. This concept was challenged by investigators whose studies associated these responses with infection or with injection of heterologous serum. Nevertheless, the possible prognostic significance of these relatively simple tests has continued to evoke interest. This study was undertaken to compare the humoral responses in three different groups of patients with organ transplants in order to evaluate the influence of duration of the homograft and the attendant immunosuppression.
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