Immunophenotype and gene signature of long-term survivors with normal allograft function after lung transplantation

A. Mendoza-Valderrey (Barcelona, Spain), S. Gómez-Olles (Barcelona, Spain), A. Sánchez-Pla (Barcelona, Spain), R. Gonzalo (Barcelona, Spain), M. Hernández-Fuentes (London, United Kingdom), R. Escobar (Barcelona, Spain), C. Berastegui (Barcelona, Spain), B. Sáez (Barcelona, Spain), A. Solé (Valencia, Spain), F. Zurbano (Santander, Spain), M. De La Torre (A Coruña, Spain), R. Laporta (Madrid, Spain), J. Redel (Córdoba, Spain), A. Román (Barcelona, Spain)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Lung transplantation: from basic science to clinical outcomes
Session: Lung transplantation: from basic science to clinical outcomes
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 3355

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