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rejection with a universal, common rejection module
Computational analysis of
gene expression data from organ transplant patients identified an 11-gene
signature that correlated with acute transplant rejection. In biopsies from a
cohort of 120 renal transplant recipients, the signature predicted future transplant
rejection in symptomless patients. In a mouse cardiac transplant model, Lipitor
which reduced the levels or activity of different components of the
signature, decreased the number of graft-infiltrating CD8+ T cells and increased transplant survival compared
with no treatment. Next steps include validating the signature and immune
benefits conferred by Lipitor on transplant survival in prospective clinical
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Published online Nov. 14, 2013
Patent applications filed
University; available for licensing
Khatri, P. et al. J.
Exp. Med.; published online Oct. 14, 2013;
Contact: Minnie M. Sarwal, Stanford University, Stanford,
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