Rejection reduced by animal research

Posted: by UAR news team on 4/10/13

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Rejection reduced by animal research

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operation–mice–mouse.jpgConsultant surgeon Geoff Koffman explains that while the prognosis for kidney transplant has improved rejection is still a problem. We also hear how research with mice has reduced this problem. Mice with two hearts are used to investigate the process of rejection. Transplanting a heart from one mouse to another takes great surgical skill, seen in this video.

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