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FREE COMMUNICATION 17


11:45-13:15    HALL G

Free Communication Session 17 + Mini Lecture

Transplantation clinical 2

Chairs: Karsten Midtvedt, Oslo, Norway
             Ondrej Viklicky, Prague, Czech Republic

Mini lecture
Challenges of transplant rejection diagnosis
Kerstin Amann, Erlangen, Germany

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

MO019
HIGH PERIPHERAL TRANSITIONAL B CELLS AND HIGH EXPRESSION OF B CELL ASSOCIATED
GENES IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD AT 3 MONTHS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: IDENTIFICATION
OF LOW RISK PHENOTYPE
Petra Hruba1, Veronika Svachova2, Zdenek Krejcik3, Viktor Stranecky4, Alena Sekerkova2, Eva Honsova5, Ilja Striz2, Ondrej Viklicky1,6, 1Inst Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Transplant Laboratory, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, 2Inst Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Dept Clinical and Transplant Immunology, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, 3Inst Hematology and Blood Transfusion, Inst Hematology and Blood Transfusion, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, 4Inst Inherited Metabolic Disorders, Inst Inherited Metabolic Disorders, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, 5Inst Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Dept Clinical and Transplant Pathology, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC, 6Inst Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Dept Nephrology and Transplant Center, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC.

MO020
CHYMASE AND NEPRILYSIN ARE KEY REGULATORS OF THE CLASSICAL AND ALTERNATIVE
RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM (RAS) AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR
RAS BLOCKINGTHERAPY
Johannes J. Kovarik1, Christopher C. Kaltenecker1, Oliver Domenig1, Chantal Kopecky1, Marlies Antlanger1, Marko Poglitsch2, Renate Kain3, Farsad Eskandary1, Georg A. Böhmig1, Marcus D. Säemann1, 1Medical Univ Vienna, Dept Internal Medicine III, Clinical Div Nephrology and Dialysis, Vienna, AUSTRIA, 2Attoquant Diagnostics GmbH, Vienna, AUSTRIA, 3Medical Univ Vienna, Dept Pathology, Vienna, AUSTRIA.

MO021
INCREASED CD8+CD28null CELL FREQUENCIES AS A ROBUST MARKER OF IMMUNOSENESCENCE
ARE ASSOCIATED WITH NEUTROPHIL DYSFUNCTION AND INCREASED RISK OF INFECTION
FOLLOWING KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
Shazia Shabir1, Kaul Baksho2,3, Helen Smith3, Anette Pachnio2, Ball Simon1, Harper Lorraine3, Borrows Richard1, 1New Queen Elizabeth Hosp, Dept Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation, Birmingham, UK, 2Univ Birmingham, School Cancer Sciences, Birmingham, UK, 3Univ Birmingham, Centre Translational Inflammation Research, Birmingham, UK.

MO022
IMMUNOLOGIC OUTCOME AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION DEPENDS ON DONOR FACTORS
AND DECEASED DONOR KIDNEY ASSOCIATED RISK ASSESSED BY THE KIDNEY DONOR
PROFILE INDEX (KDPI)
Oliver Staeck, Dmytro Khadzhynov, Anna Kleinsteuber, Lukas Lehner, Michael Duerr, Klemens Budde,
Fabian Halleck, Charité Universitätsmedizin, Nephrology, Berlin, GERMANY.

MO023
MALIGNANCIES CONTRIBUTE TO PRESENSITIZATION WITH ALLOREACTIVE T-CELLS PRIOR
TO TRANSPLANTATION
Thomas Schachtner1,2, Maik Stein2, Petra Reinke1,2, 1Charité Univ Medicine Berlin, Nephrology and
Internal Intensive Care, Berlin, GERMANY, 2Charité Univ Medicine Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburg Center
Regenerative Therapies, Berlin, GERMANY.

 

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