Immunoglobulin M-to-immunoglobulin G anti-human leukocyte antigen class II antibody switching in cardiac transplant recipients is associated with an increased risk of cellular rejection and coronary artery disease

Katherine Lietz, Ranjit John, Elizabeth Burke, Michael Schuster, Tyson B. Rogers, Nicole Suciu-Foca, Donna Mancini, Silviu Itescu

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