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ИШЕМИЧЕСКОЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЕ АЛЛОТРАНСПЛАНТИРОВАННЫХ ПОЧЕК И АКТИВНОСТЬ МАТРИКСНЫХ МЕТАЛЛОПРОТЕИНАЗ

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В статье приведены данные литературы об ишемическом повреждении аллотрансплантированных почек. Рассматривается взаимосвязь между активностью матриксных металлопротеиназ и ишемическими по- вреждениями почек. 

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М. Л. Арефьев
ФГУ «Федеральный научный центр трансплантологии и искусственных органов имени академика В.И. Шумакова» Минздравсоцразвития РФ, Москва
Россия


М. Г. Минина
Московский координационный центр органного донорства Департамента здравоохранения города Москвы Кафедра трансплантологии и искусственных органов I МГМУ имени И.М. Сеченова, Москва
Россия


И. М. Ильинский
ФГУ «Федеральный научный центр трансплантологии и искусственных органов имени академика В.И. Шумакова» Минздравсоцразвития РФ, Москва Кафедра трансплантологии и искусственных органов I МГМУ имени И.М. Сеченова, Москва
Россия


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Арефьев М.Л., Минина М.Г., Ильинский И.М. ИШЕМИЧЕСКОЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЕ АЛЛОТРАНСПЛАНТИРОВАННЫХ ПОЧЕК И АКТИВНОСТЬ МАТРИКСНЫХ МЕТАЛЛОПРОТЕИНАЗ. Вестник трансплантологии и искусственных органов. 2011;13(2):103-109. https://doi.org/10.15825/1995-1191-2011-2-103-109

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Arefjev M.L., Minina M.G., Iljinsky I.M. ISCHEMIC INJURY OF KIDNEY ALLOGRAFTS AND EXPRESSION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. Russian Journal of Transplantology and Artificial Organs. 2011;13(2):103-109. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15825/1995-1191-2011-2-103-109

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