LSC - 2018 - Laser-capture microdissection, mass spectrometry and immunohistochemistry reveal pathologic alterations in the extracellular matrix of transplanted lungs

C. Mueller, E. Ahrman (emma.ahrman@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science and Division of Infection Medicine, D. of Clinical Sciences, L. University,Lund), L. T. Eriksson (leif.eriksson@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science, L. University and Department of Respiratory Medicine and Allergology, L. University Hospital,Lund), K. Wassilew (katharina.wassilew@regionh.dk / Department of Pathology, C. University Hospital, R. , H. H. Schultz (Hans.Henrik.Lawaetz.Schultz.01@regionh.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , H. Brunnstroem (hans.brunnstrom@med.lu.se / Department of Clinical Sciences in Lund, D. of Oncology and Pathology, L. University and Department of Genetics and Pathology, D. of Laboratory Medicine, R. Skåne,Lund), M. Perch (Michael.perch@regionh.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , M. Iversen (martin@iversen-net.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , J. Malmstroem (johan.malmstrom@med.lu.se / Division of Infection Medicine, D. of Clinical Sciences Lund, L. University,Lund), G. Westergren-Thorsson (gunilla.westergren-thorsson@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science, L. University,Lund)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Moving lung transplantation forward
Session: Moving lung transplantation forward
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2585
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases

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C. Mueller, E. Ahrman (emma.ahrman@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science and Division of Infection Medicine, D. of Clinical Sciences, L. University,Lund), L. T. Eriksson (leif.eriksson@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science, L. University and Department of Respiratory Medicine and Allergology, L. University Hospital,Lund), K. Wassilew (katharina.wassilew@regionh.dk / Department of Pathology, C. University Hospital, R. , H. H. Schultz (Hans.Henrik.Lawaetz.Schultz.01@regionh.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , H. Brunnstroem (hans.brunnstrom@med.lu.se / Department of Clinical Sciences in Lund, D. of Oncology and Pathology, L. University and Department of Genetics and Pathology, D. of Laboratory Medicine, R. Skåne,Lund), M. Perch (Michael.perch@regionh.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , M. Iversen (martin@iversen-net.dk / Section for Lung Transplantation, D. of Cardiology, C. University Hospital, R. , J. Malmstroem (johan.malmstrom@med.lu.se / Division of Infection Medicine, D. of Clinical Sciences Lund, L. University,Lund), G. Westergren-Thorsson (gunilla.westergren-thorsson@med.lu.se / Lung Biology Unit, D. of Experimental Medical Science, L. University,Lund). LSC - 2018 - Laser-capture microdissection, mass spectrometry and immunohistochemistry reveal pathologic alterations in the extracellular matrix of transplanted lungs. 2585

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