East Carolina University has a 20-year history of storing Donor specific antibodies (DSA’s) from transplant recipients. This presentation showcases interim data on the levels of DSA’s with increasing doses of mycophenolic acid.

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Time Required (estimated): 25 minutes
Title: Long Term Effect of Increased Mycophenolic Acid (MPA) on Donor Specific HLA Antibody (DSA) Strength and IgG Levels in Kidney Transplant Recipients
Author: Paul Bolin, MD MS
Author Type : Faculty
Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2010
Date Created: 2010
Revisions: 2010 x 1
Disclaimers: None
Resource Type: Video
Other: Presented at the 24th Annual Yash P. Kataria Internal Medicine Research Day, May 12, 2010
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