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Transplant Rejection Clinical Trials

A listing of Transplant Rejection medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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The goal of the OPTIMAL study is to gradually reduce anti-rejection medication(s) in liver transplant recipients over a period of time until the medication(s) are stopped. This is called immunosuppression withdrawal. As part of the OPTIMAL study, investigators will also do blood and liver biopsy tests to see whether they ...

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What is the SOLSTICE study? The SOLSTICE study is a clinical research study designed to explore an investigational drug-maribavir-in stem cell transplant and solid organ transplant recipients whose CMV infections are not responding to current treatments. This investigational drug is given as an oral pill. The main goal of the ...

A Multicenter Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Cinryze for the Treatment of Acute Antibody-mediated Rejection in Patients With Kidney Transplant

To evaluate the efficacy of Cinryze given for the treatment of acute antibody-mediated rejection (of renal allograft) (AMR) in kidney transplant recipients as measured by the proportion of subjects with new or worsening transplant glomerulopathy (TG) at 6 months after treatment initiation.

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Dosing Requirements of Astagraf XL in African American Kidney Transplant Recipients

The purpose of this study is to compare the difference in medication dosage and total daily dose necessary of Astagraf XL in order to reach therapy goal, when taken with other medications that are routinely used for kidney transplantation, which may stop the development of a substance that can cause ...

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Simulect Versus ATG in Sensitized Renal Transplant Patient

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation can lead to graft loss by irreversible acute rejection or to interstitial fibrosis/ tubular atrophy that can induce graft loss. Induction therapy by either T-cell depleting polyclonal antibodies such as Anti-Thymocyte Globulins (ATG) or non-depleting anti-interleukine 2 receptor monoclonal antibodies (anti-CD25 moAb: basiliximab or daclizumab) ...

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Belimumab Impacting Transplant Eligibility

This study is a prospective, open label, phase I/II pilot study. For Treatment Groups A and B, the duration of study will include a 5 month enrollment period and approximately 7 months of follow-up. For Treatment Group C, the duration of study will include a 3 month enrollment period and ...

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Quantitative Detection of Circulating Donor-Specific DNA in Organ Transplant Recipients (DTRT-Multi-Center Study)

Early detection of rejection is a major focus of organ transplant care. The use of aggressive immunosuppressive therapy has been shown to alter the prognosis of heart transplant patients who have acute rejection1. There are many modalities utilized in the routine surveillance of heart transplant patients, each with limitations. Screening ...

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Utility of Donor-Derived Cell Free DNA in Association With Gene Expression Profiling

AlloMap Molecular Expression Testing is performed in a single laboratory, assessing the gene expression profile of RNA isolated from peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC). Per FDA labeling, AlloMap Testing is "intended to aid in the identification of heart transplant recipients with stable allograft function who have a low probability of ...

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Study of Heart Transplant Rejection

Cardiac transplantation has been successful in improving survival in end stage heart failure. But graft rejection has limited survival after transplantation. In the first year, acute cellular rejection and infection remain the most common causes of morbidity and mortality. Afterwards, cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV), as a result of chronic vascular ...

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Belatacept Compared to Tacrolimus in Deceased Donor Renal Transplant Recipients

New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University Medical Center (NYPH-CUMC) performs nearly 250 renal transplants annually; of these approximately half are recipients of a variety of deceased donor kidneys, usually with cold ischemia time (CIT) >24 hours leading to an approximate incidence of delayed graft function (DGF) of 50%. The main focus ...

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