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A T cell, here in violet, makes contact with a transplant organ cell, here in brown and purple. The T cell secretes the enzyme granzyme B, here in gray, which attacks the organ cell. But granzyme B also severs fluorescent signal molecules, in green, from the rejection detecting nanoparticle, in light red. The signal molecules makes their way into the urine, where they give off a fluorescent cue.

Urine test detects organ transplant rejection

The early detection of the onset of transplant rejection is critical for the long-term survival of patients. The diagnostic gold standard for detecting transplant...
The study found that in kidney transplantation, female donor sex was associated with an increased rate of transplant rejection, particularly among male recipients

Gender influence organ transplant rejection rate

Men and women who get gave organs can have diverse rates of transplant dismissal, at times affected by the sex of the benefactor, as...