The ability to analyse expression of genes rapidly in small samples of tissue is essential for the clinical assessment of many conditions, including the onset of rejection after transplantation. Chemokines have been shown to play a critical role in leukocyte recruitment to transplanted organs and in leukocyte localisation within tissues and antagonism of certain chemokines or chemokine receptors, identified as being up-regulated during allograft rejection, it has been shown to delay leukocyte...Expand abstract
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Chemokine gene expression during allograft rejection: comparison of two quantitative PCR techniques.
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