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Kidney Transplantation Clinical Trials

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Validation of Population Pharmacokinetic Model Derived From Healthy Volunteer in Kidney Transplant Recipients

Study participants take their immunosuppressant as usual. One day, blood is drawn at predose and 1, 2, 3, 4-hour postdose to compare observed concentration with model-predicted concentration of tacrolimus and mycophenolate.

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Contribution of Renal Function to Endothelial Dysfunction in Living Kidney Donors and Transplant Recipients

HYPOTHESIS BACKGROUND: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with endothelial dysfunction, but the link between cardiovascular risk and CKD is difficult to establish because other conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and transplant-related factors are present in these patients. Living donors are healthy individuals that represent a near-ideal experimental model of ...

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BIOBANK Renal Transplantation University Hospitals Leuven

Clinical data and bio-specimens are prospectively collected and stored for undefined future translational research projects.

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B Cell Lymphocyte in Humoral Rejection and Alloimmunisation

The principal objective is to better understand the B cell dependant mechanisms of the chronic antibody mediated rejection (cAMR). A particular focus will be done on the mechanisms that could explain the natural history of chronic humoral mediated rejection and of pathways from DSA negative status toward DSA positive status ...

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The Influence of ABCB1 CYP3A4 CYP3A5 POR Genetic Polymorphism and Other Factors on Tacrolimus Blood Concentration

TAC is one of the most important immunosuppressive agents for organ transplantation. In some patients the dose and concentration of TAC are difficult to adjust because of its narrow therapeutic index and variable pharmacokinetics. Many factors affect the pharmacokinetics of TAC. Literature suggests that ABCB1, CYP3A4, CYP3A5, POR gene polymorphisms ...

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Evolution of Bone Histomorphometry and Vascular Calcification Before and After Renal Transplantation

Disturbances of mineral and bone diseaeses are frequently observed in CKD patients. Renal osteodystrophy is the term to describe the bone abnormalities. Epidemiological data showed adynamic bone disease (ABD) is the most frequent bone disorder in CKD stage 5D diseases. Low PTH, diabetes mellitus, malnutrition, metabolic acidosis, hypogonadism and low ...

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The Mycophenolate Pregnancy Registry

The Mycophenolate Pregnancy Registry is designed as a prospective, observational registry collecting data regarding mycophenolate exposure during pregnancy, and pregnancy outcomes, fetal and infant outcomes after exposure. Early and later term pregnancy outcomes will be solicited at selected gestational time points. Structural and functional birth defects identified in the perinatal ...

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Osseointegrated Dental Implants in Kidney Transplanted Patients

The primary purpose of this study is the evaluation of the effects of the kidney transplant on the periimplant bone density by the comparison with the density of healthy patients. The secondary purpose is obtaining clinical, histological and radiographic data to evaluate the effect of systemic conditions and its rebound ...

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Pre-formed Alloreactivity in Renal Transplant Recipients

In recipients of solid organ transplants, preformed alloreactive T cells may mediate acute rejections and compromise long-term graft survival. Previous studies on the role of alloreactive T cells in transplantation were hampered by the fact that experimental assays to quantify alloreactivity were technically demanding and not suitable for use in ...

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Identification of Patients With High Probability of Poorly Responding to Therapy With Mycophenolic Acid Prodrugs

This study is designed to define groups of patients (among patients with a heart or kidney graft or a glomerular disease and nephrotic range proteinuria) who would either not profit from a therapy with mycophenolate-mofetil (MMF) or need a higher than conventional dose to respond. Mainly there are 2 possible ...

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