Across the world well-known scientists, clinicians, and technologists evaluation and clarify the elemental molecular and mobile biology that has been utilized to the rising box of transplant immunology and xenotransplantation, and what influence those advances may possibly optimally have on drugs and technological know-how. The authoritative specialists writing here-many of whom made the fundamental discoveries underlying the new advances-examine the organic and immunological hurdles to xenotransplantation, illuminating how the immune process interacts with the xenograft and laying a realistic starting place for using genetic engineering and animal transplants within the remedy of human affliction.

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