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these . As a generalization, current clinical outcomes seem to indicate a mortality and graft loss rate about twice that of ‘antibody-compatible’ transplantation in the first year, unless the CDC is positive when the graft loss rate is higher, rising to 50% a
A set of cell donors are randomly selected to be representative of a population. This should be representative of the population of potential deceased donors. Each panel consists of around 30 to 40 different donor lymphocytes. The method is similar to tha . PubMed

Human leukocyte antigen typing and crossmatch: A comprehensive review


HLA typing of the donor kidney and our patient revealed a 1-0-0-mismatch that corresponds to the pair of alleles mismatched, respectively, at HLA-A, HLA-B and HLA-DR. These three antigens are the considered as the most important ones in kidney transplanta

Human leukocyte antigen typing and crossmatch: A comprehensive review


Clear evidence exists that shows that donor-specific-HLA antibodies (DSAs) are the primary players in the acute and chronic deterioration of graft. The emergence of sensitive techniques that detect DSAs, together with advances in the assessment of graft p

Impact of donor-specific antibodies on the outcomes of kidney graft: Pathophysiology, clinical, therapy


Comparison of Clinical Outcome between High and Low Baseline Anti-ABO Antibody Titers in ABO-Incompatible Kidney Transplantation: Renal Failure: Vol 33, No 2

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Comparison of Clinical Outcome between High and Low Baseline Anti-ABO Antibody Titers in ABO-Incompatible Kidney Transplantation: Renal Failure: Vol 33, No 2


While the identification of DSA in the presence of a negative complement depending cytotoxicity (CDC) in pre-transplant sera were linked with increased immunogenic graft loss in retrospective analysis [5;6], smaller prospective series questioned their rel

Outcome after Desensitization in HLA or ABO-Incompatible Kidney Transplant Recipients: A Single Center Experience


The Luminex platform enables the determination of DSAs specificity by using single HLA-coated beads and provides a relative indication of the antibody strength and level in the circulation by returning results to the user in the form of mean fluorescence . However, MFI is not standardized across labs, and there is some arbitrariness in determining the MFI thresholds . One of the most important advances of the past decade has been the realization that the insufficient control of the humoral arm of a recipient’s immune system by current immunosuppressive regimens[3] is the factor primarily responsible for allograft dys . Clear evidence exists that shows that donor-specific-HLA antibodies (DSAs) are the primary players in the acute and chronic deterioration of graft. . Allo-antibodies, particularly when donor specific, are one of the most important factors that cause both early and late graft dysfunction

Impact of donor-specific antibodies on the outcomes of kidney graft: Pathophysiology, clinical, therapy


As a generalization, current clinical outcomes seem to indicate a mortality and graft loss rate about twice that of ‘antibody-compatible’ transplantation in the first year, unless the CDC is positive when the graft loss rate is higher, . Donor-specific HLA antibodies may be preformed or develop de novo after a transplant. The current status of transplantation across preformed HLA antibodies (HLAi transplantation) is that acceptable graft outcomes can be achieved in living donor transplant . Transplantation across preformed HLA antibodies is best performed with living donors where there is time to achieve effective antibody removal, and possibly the graft is better equipped to cope with the rigours of early post-transplant antibody assault

Antibody-incompatible kidney transplantation in 2015 and beyond


In a comparative study by Chung et al., the outcomes of high and low baseline antibody titer groups (anti-ABO antibody titer ≥1: 256 and anti-ABO antibody titer ≤1: 126) were compared. The target pre-transplant isoagglutinin titer was kept at below 1:

ABO-Incompatible Renal Transplantation with High Antibody Titer: A Case Report


Preoperative titer should be low in ABOi-KT, but the acceptable titer of anti-A/B antibody at the time of transplant has varied between 1:4 and 1:32 in line with the protocol of individual centers[1,30-43,53-55] . Chung et al[52] described there was no statistically significant difference between high- (> 1:256) and low-titer (< 1:128) at the baseline in allograft function at 6 mo after transplantation. . Gloor et al[50] showed preoperative high anti-A/B IgG titers is a predictor for AMR, and the rapid increasing of titers is also associated with AMR and graft loss. . High preoperative anti-A/B IgG titers are associated with poor long-term allograft survival in ABOi-KT

ABO incompatible renal transplants: Good or bad?


Preoperative titer should be low in ABOi-KT, but the acceptable titer of anti-A/B antibody at the time of transplant has varied between 1:4 and 1:32 in line with the protocol of individual centers[1,30-43,53-55] . Chung et al[52] described there was no statistically significant difference between high- (> 1:256) and low-titer (< 1:128) at the baseline in allograft function at 6 mo after transplantation. . High preoperative anti-A/B IgG titers are associated with poor long-term allograft survival in ABOi-KT

ABO incompatible renal transplants: Good or bad?


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White House ban on personal devices extends to smartwatches like Apple Watch | 9to5Mac


With its 200mAh battery, it offers about 3.5 hours of talk time and four days of standby time. . . Sgnl doesn't store any contact information, but you can program up to five numbers so you can "dial" those contacts without having to whip out your phone. You can attach Sgnl to a regular watch face to combine your old and new tech together. . Once your finger touches the inside of your ear, the sound is amplified and you can hear your call. A small mic on the strap lets you talk back. . an earlier prototype of the device at CES 2016, known then as TipTalk, Sgnl arrived at this year's CES ready for its final retail launch after successful campaigns on IndieGogo and Kickstarter. It costs $249, . The smart strap Korea-based Innomdle Lab connects to your phone via Bluetooth and allows you to listen to phone calls conducted through the tip of your finger into your ear -- and talk through a mic in the strap itself . What started as a spin-off project from Samsung's experimental C-Lab arm is now a fully fledged, fully funded product that makes you look like a secret agent when you answer your phone. . Sgnl watch strap lets you hear calls through your fingertip
Ovens -- Check temperature, change oven settings during a cook cycle  . Washing machines -- Change the type of wash cycle when the washer's in use . Dryers -- Check if a cycle has started, see how much time is remaining on a cycle . Here are some of the tasks you'll be able to complete from the Apple Watch: . It provides an easy way for folks to check on the progress of their laundry or see how much longer a dish needs to bake without having to go to the appliance itself.  . The Whirlpool app for the Apple Watch will debut later this year and will connect to more than 20 connected Whirlpool appliances. This appears to be the first time an appliance manufacturer has coupled its products with the Apple Watch. . Wi-Fi-connected . will work with . so you control your . rom your wrist, the manufacturer announced today . at the CES tech show in Las Vegas. . Later this year, owners of the smart watch can use it to control Wi-Fi-connected Whirlpool washing machines, dryers and ovens. . Use your Apple Watch to control select Whirlpool appliances

Innomdle Lab's Sgnl smart strap lets you answer calls with your fingertips - CNET


Use your Apple Watch to control select Whirlpool appliances - CNET


As for the geographical scope of the ban, the memo says the “West Wing” in this case refers to “the facility generally located between the President’s Executive Residence and West Executive Drive.” This excludes “the press briefing room, any W . The ban will] protect White House information technology infrastructure from compromise and sensitive or classified information from unauthorized access or dissemination.” . A “senior White House official” tells ABC News that the ban on all personal smart devices is an attempt by the Trump administration to stop leaks and increase employee productivity. “It’s designed to prevent leaks and ensure the productivity of th . any portable device that emits an electric signal and was not issued by the White House Communications Agency,” according to the memo. . In addition to the obvious targets like iPhones and iPads, the White House is taking aim at smartwatches and fitness trackers as well, which often include WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The Apple Watch is specifically a target thanks to its support for . The memo says that personal devices with any sort of connectivity are banned within the premises of the West Wing. . A new policy from Chief of Staff John Kelly aims to strictly crackdown on West Wing use of personal cell phones. While initially the policy was believed to apply primarily to personal smartphones, ABC News today reports that it is actually far broader and . White House ban on personal devices extends to smartwatches like Apple Watch

White House ban on personal devices extends to smartwatches like Apple Watch | 9to5Mac


Innomdle also showed off a prototype of the Sgnl S, a smart strap that turns a regular watch face into a fitness wearable that tracks your steps and calories. . With its 200mAh battery, it offers about 3.5 hours of talk time and four days of standby time . Sgnl doesn't store any contact information, but you can program up to five numbers so you can "dial" those contacts without having to whip out your phone. You can attach Sgnl to a regular watch face to combine your old and new tech together. It also works . Once your finger touches the inside of your ear, the sound is amplified and you can hear your call. A small mic on the strap lets you talk back. . The device works by transmitting audio vibrations through a button-shaped "body conduction unit" that sits on the underside of the strap. The vibrations travel up your hand and skin all the way to the tip of your finger. It works similar to hard-tissue c . earlier prototype of the device at CES 2016, known then as TipTalk, Sgnl arrived at this year's CES ready for its final retail launch after successful campaigns on IndieGogo and Kickstarter. It costs $249, . The smart strap Korea-based Innomdle Lab connects to your phone via Bluetooth and allows you to listen to phone calls conducted through the tip of your finger into your ear -- and talk through a mic in the strap itself. . What started as a spin-off project from Samsung's experimental C-Lab arm is now a fully fledged, fully funded product that makes you look like a secret agent when you answer your phone. . Sgnl watch strap lets you hear calls through your fingertip

Innomdle Lab's Sgnl smart strap lets you answer calls with your fingertips - CNET


Dryers -- Check if a cycle has started, see how much time is remaining on a cycle . Washing machines -- Change the type of wash cycle when the washer's in use . Ovens -- Check temperature, change oven settings during a cook cycle . It provides an easy way for folks to check on the progress of their laundry or see how much longer a dish needs to bake without having to go to the appliance itself.  . The Whirlpool app for the Apple Watch will debut later this year and will connect to more than 20 connected Whirlpool appliances. This appears to be the first time an appliance manufacturer has coupled its products with the Apple Watch. . the manufacturer announced today at the CES tech show in Las Vegas . Use your Apple Watch to control select Whirlpool appliances

Use your Apple Watch to control select Whirlpool appliances - CNET


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