OPEN Research Support
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Professor
Martin Tepel
Department of Nephrology, Odense University Hospital


Projekt styring
Projekt status    Sampling ongoing
 
Data indsamlingsdatoer
Start 01.01.2011  
Slut 31.03.2023  
 



Quantitative real time PCR of mRNA of genes after kidney transplantation

Short summary

The project will investigate immunosuppression and cellular functions by analyzing RNA of genes in blood cells and enzymes and proteins in plasma and urine from patients with kidney transplantation (recipients) and associated donors (if available).


Rationale

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Kidney transplantation is beneficial for patients with end-stage renal disease. Monitoring after kidney transplantation is necessary to detect allograft function and navigate the mandatory immunosuppres- sive therapies. However, the tools for these analyses are limited and the outcome after kidney trans- plantation may be improved if analyses of RNA and proteins are conducted in blood cells, plasma and urine.


Description of the cohort

Patients (adults, men and women) with kidney transplantation (recipients) and associated donors (if available) from Odense University Hospital.


Data and biological material

Material (blood, cells, plasma, urine) and clinical data according to ethical approval.