Viral genes were detected in the biopsies with parvovirus B19 with parvovirus B19, adenovirus and Epstein-Barr virus is the most common. Twenty-five % of virus-positive patients experienced heart graft loss at 2.4 years, and advanced transplant coronary artery disease. Among the 54 patients. Whose heart biopsies detected no viral genes, 25 % experienced heart graft loss at 8.7 years The heart rate of rejection groups groups. Limited,rapeutic interventions. Data comparing heart graft survival and the onset of advanced transplant coronary artery disease in 20 virus – positive IVIG IVIG treatment, and 17 patients who did not.
Researchers note the study by its retrospective design, the relatively small number of patient events and other factors was limited, the need for further investigation.The first author of the study was Mousumi Moulik, of the department of pediatrics at the University of Texas Medical School. Texas Children’s Hospital researchers worked on the study.Financial support came from a Pediatric Scientist Development Grant from the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development , the Abby Glaser Children’s Heart Fund and Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundations and a Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award from the NIH.Supplier to the UAB study the researchers the Institute of Toxicology and Environmental Hygiene at the University of California, grants came from National Institutes of Health.
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