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Biomarkers for Diagnosing Kidney Graft Rejection

Researchers in Prof. Minnie Sarwal's laboratory have developed two diagnostic tools that could be used to predict the outcomes of renal transplantation. One tool is a set of specific urine peptide biomarkers that can be used to non-invasively determine t...
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In vivo and in vitro expansion of T regulatory cells

Researchers in Prof. Elizabeth Mellins' laboratory have discovered an endogenous protein (serum amyloid A or SAA) that attracts and supports the expansion of regulatory T cells (Treg cells) both in vivo and ex vivo. Mouse studies have demonstr...
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