NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By profiling gene expression patterns in biopsy samples taken a year after kidney transplant, a Scripps Research Institute-led team has identified molecular features that appear to mark the risk of both acute rejection and a related condition that appears to coincide with more long-term declines in graft survival.

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