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Ralph H Hruban, N Volkan Adsay, Jorge Albores-Saavedra, Miriam R Anver, Andrew V Biankin, Gregory P Boivin, Emma E Furth, Toru Furukawa, Alison Klein, David S Klimstra, Gunter Kloppel, Gregory Y Lauwers, Daniel S Longnecker, Jutta Luttges, Anirban Maitra, G Johan A Offerhaus, Lucía Pérez-Gallego, Mark Redston, David A Tuveson
Several diverse genetically engineered mouse models of pancreatic exocrine neoplasia have been developed. These mouse models have a spectrum of pathologic changes; however, until now, there has been no uniform nomenclature to characterize these changes. An international workshop, sponsored by The National Cancer Institute and the University of Pennsylvania, was held from December 1 to 3, 2004 with the goal of establishing an internationally accepted uniform nomenclature for the pathology of genetically engineered mouse models of pancreatic exocrine neoplasia...
January 1, 2006: Cancer Research
H Furukawa, J Reyes, K Abu-Elmagd, L Mieles, W Hutson, S Kocoshis, J Tabasco-Manguillan, R G Lee, A Knisley, T E Starzl, S Todo
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February 1997: Transplantation Proceedings
K Abu-Elmagd, J Fung, S Todo, A Rao, J Reyes, J Demetris, G Mazariegos, P Fontes, J McMichael, H Furukawa
Tacrolimus is a more potent and satisfactory immunosuppressant than CyA for combination therapy with prednisone. In randomized trials comparing the 2 drugs, the ability of tacrolimus to rescue intractably rejecting grafts on the competing CyA arm allowed equalization of patient and graft survival on both arms when the intent-to-treat analytic methodology was applied. The ability of tacrolimus to systematically rescue the treatment failures of CyA suggested, as a matter of common sense, that it is the preferred baseline drug for hepatic transplantation...
1995: Clinical Transplants
K Abu-Elmagd, O Bronsther, A Jain, W Irish, H Ramos, I R Marino, F Dodson, R Selby, H Doyle, H Furukawa
FK506 undoubtedly improved the survival advantage of hepatic allotransplantation. Hepatic-intestinal and multivisceral transplantation has also become a feasible therapy for patients with combined intestinal and liver failure. With better understanding of the immunologic and metabolic aspects of allo- and xenotransplantation, further clinical attempts to transplant animal organs to humans may be considered with the hope for a better outcome in the very near future.
1993: Clinical Transplants
H F Clark, T Furukawa, L M Bell, P A Offit, P A Perrella, S A Plotkin
A bovine rotavirus (strain WC3) was isolated from a calf in Pennsylvania and adapted to growth in continuous Cercopithecus cell line CV1. A pool for human vaccine trials was produced at the 12th cell culture passage level. After preliminary testing in adults and older children, a dose of 3 X 10(7) plaque-forming units was given by mouth to 52 infants and children aged 5 months to 6 years. No clinical sequelae were detected, and shedding in feces was detected in only 30% of tested infants. A serum-neutralizing antibody response was induced in 95% of 21 infants aged 5 to 11 months; response rates were slightly reduced in older infants...
April 1986: American Journal of Diseases of Children
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