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Thursday 3 May
Welcome address
1st session: New aspects of cell metabolism during IRI
Stefan G. Tullius (Boston, USA), Henri Leuvenink (Groningen, The Netherlands)
Keynote lecture
Invited speaker: Thierry Hauet (Poitiers, France)
O1 – 0002
An angiogenic response activated by the unfolded protein response during renal ischemia
independently of HIF-1alpha
N. Bouvier, S. Fougeray, E. Thervet, N. Pallet (Paris, France)
O2 – 0014
Upregulation of HIF-1 alpha attenuates hypoxia/reoxygenation injury through HIF-1 alpha -iNOS-
PGC-1alpha pathway
Y. Guo, L. Feng, T. Yang, J. Shan, G. Sun, S. Li, Y. Li (Chengdu, China)
O3 – 0076
PKC alpha/beta inhibition attenuates hypoxia induced interstitial renal fibrosis and inflammation
via reduced activation of TGF-beta signaling
X. Lu, S. Rong, N. Shushakova, J. Menne, T. Kirsch, H. Haller, F. Güler (Hannover, Germany)
O4 – 0050
Cyclosporin A and Metformin inhibit ischemia-reperfusion injury on INS-1 cells through
permeability transition pore inhibition.
S. Lablanche, C. Cottet, F. Lamarche, P-Y. Benhamou, E. Fontaine (Grenoble, France)
O5 – 0015
Transition from reversible to irreversible injury following prolonged myocardial hypothermic
preservation. Implication of mitochondrial permeability transition pore (MPTP) opening.
F. Collet, L. Sebbag, J-F. Obadia, M. Ovize, R. Ferrera (Lyon, France)
O6 – 0033
Hypercholesterolemia promotes intrarenal remodeling in a porcine auto-transplanted kidney
F. Favreau, N. Chatauret, S. Giraud, W. Hebrard, S. Joffrion, J. Cau, T. Hauet (Poitiers, France)
10h30 – 11h00: Break

2nd session: Immunological consequences of IRI
Peter Friend (Oxford, UK), Benoit Barrou (Paris, France)
Keynote Lecture
Invited speaker: Stefan G. Tullius (Boston, USA)
“Immunological consequences of ischemia/reperfusion injury”
O7 – 0023
Involvement of IgM natural antibodies in renal ischaemia reperfusion injury: a
potential new therapeutic target?
D. Ferenbach, D. Kluth, J. Hughes (Edinburgh, UK)
O8 – 0046
IL-17 producing unconventional T cells contribute to hepatic ischemia reperfusion injury
E. Eggenhofer, M-H. Dahlke, M. Melter, M. Scherer, H-J. Schlitt, E. K Geissler (Regensburg, Germany)
O9 – 0011
IL-33 exacerbates liver ischemia-reperfusion injury
Z. Ping, X. Li, Y. Lin, D. Lihua, Y. Yan, F. Min, G. Feili, Y. Jun (Yichang City, China)
O10 – 0060
Feasibility of continuous ex vivo kidney perfusion with mesenchymal stem cells to prevent
ischemia-reperfusion injury in mice
P. Renner, E. Eggenhofer, F. Popp, E. Geissler, H-J. Schlitt, M-H. Dahlke (Regensburg, Germany)
O11 – 0008
Cultured human MSCs secretome contains anti inflammatory cytokines and reduces in vitro
ischemia reperfusion lesions and T lymphocyte proliferation after allogeneic stimulation.
D. Angoulvant, C. Lequeux, L. Denis, M. Abrial, F. Ivanes, V. Dubois, T. Bejan-Angoulvant, R. Ferrera,
J. Bienvenu, M. Ovize, L. Sebbag (Tours, France)
O12 – 0059
Involvement of HMGB1 alarmin and IL33/ST2 pathway after ischemia reperfusion in human renal
A. Thierry, S. Giraud, A. Robin, V. Ameteau, F. Bridoux, G. Touchard, A. Herbelin, T. Hauet, J-M. Gombert
(Poitiers, France)
12h30 – 13h30 : Symposium
Functional mechanisms of hypothermic machine perfusion
Symposium organized by Organ Recovery Systems
Integration of time-honored principles of hypothermic cellular protection with modern day modalities of organ preservation Possible mechanisms of machine perfusion 13h30 – 14h15: LUNCH
3rd session: New trends for additives to preservation solutions
Thierry Hauet (Poitiers, France), Dirk Van Raemdonk (Leuven, Belgium)
Keynote Lecture
Invited speaker: Raphael Thuillier (Poitiers, France)
“New trends for additives to preservation solutions”
O13 - 0032
Kidney preservation with cardiotrophin-1 prevents ischemia/reperfusion injury and inflammatory
response in a syngeneic rat kidney transplant model.
M-B. García-Cenador, J-M. López-Novoa, M-P. de Obanos, J. Ruiz, J-R. Sanz-Gimenez-Rico, J-F. López
Marcos, F-J. García-Criado (Salamanca, Spain)
O14 – 0074
Superior lung preservation with a polyethylene glycol based solution in a porcine single lung
transplant model
A. Olland, A. Neyrinck, M. Benahmed, T. Boogmans, A. Stanzi, K. Elbayed, S. Wauters, G. Verleden,
I. Namer, D. Van Raemdonck (Leuven, Belgium)
O15 – 0013
Intraluminal polyethylene glycol stabilizes the tight junctions and improves intestinal preservation
in the rat
M. Oltean, E. Björkman, A. Casselbrand, M. Joshi, M. Olausson (Gothenburg, Sweden)
O16 – 0031
Impact of preservation solution on grafts and postoperative organ failures following liver
H. Brisson, C. Arbelot, C. Vezinet, Q. Lu, D. Eyraud, E. Savier, C. Parizot, J-C. Vaillant, L. Hannoun, G.
Gorochov, J-J. Rouby (Paris, France)
O17 - 0037
Potential benefits of the supplementation of machine perfusion solution with Arenicola Marina
hemoglobin for the preservation of porcine kidney grafts subjected to warm ischemia.
P-O. Delpech, N. Chatauret, W. Hébrard, S. Joffrion, D. Dutheil, F. Zal, T. Hauet (Poitiers, France)
O18 – 0064
The novel mitochondria-targeted antioxidant MitoQ ameliorates renal ischaemia reperfusion
injury in a murine model
A. Dare, T. Prime, A. Logan, E. Bolton, J-A. Bradley, K. Saeb-Parsy, M. Murphy (Cambridge, UK)
16h00 – 16h30: Break
4th session: Machine perfusion: Why and How ?
Ina Jochmans (Leuven, Belgium), Lionel Badet (Lyon, France)
Keynote Lecture
Invited speaker: Henri Leuvenink (Groningen, The Netherlands)
“Machine Perfusion, Current Satus and Future Directions”

O19 – 0041 One-year transplantation results of kidneys preserved by machine perfusion – LifePort Kidney Transporter versus Waters RM3 - Prospective study M. Wszola, P. Domagala, P. Diuwe, A. Kwiatkowski, L. Gorski, R. Kieszek, A. Berman, A. Perkowska-Ptasinska, M. Durlik, L. Paczek, A. Chmura (Warsaw, Poland) O20 – 0044 Coating of the vessel wall with macromolecular heparin during cold machine perfusion A. Sedigh, R. Larsson, G. Tuvfeson, T. Lorant (Uppsala, Sweden)
O21 – 0030
Pneumatic control and monitoring for kidney perfusion in a NMR compatible system
R. Ruttimann, F. Lazeyras, A. Nastasi, L. Buhler, P. Morel, J-B. Buchs (Geneva, Switzerland)
O22 – 0040
The final showdown: Preclinical comparison between perfusion machines ORS Lifeport and waters
R. Codas, R. Thuillier, P-O. Delpech, B. Barrou, L. Badet, T. Hauet (Poitiers, France)
17h45 – 18h45: Poster session with wine and cheese
New aspects of cell metabolism during IRI / Immunological consequences of IRI
New trends for additives to preservation solutions / Machine perfusion: Why and How ?
Management of brain dead donors / Donors after cardiocirculatory death
Organ Ex vivo repair / Pre/Post Conditioning
CONGRESS DINNER at the Kadelicescope in the Futuroscope Park

Friday 4 May
5th session: Management of brain dead donors
Chairs: Constantino Fondevila (Barcelona, Spain), René Robert (Poitiers, France)
Keynote Lecture
Invited speaker: Rutger Ploeg (Oxford, UK)
“The success of transplantation begins before donation”

O23 – 0029
Secretory Leukocyte Protease Inhibitor Decreases Renal Ischemia Reperfusion Injury
D. Guerrieri, N. Ambrosi, H. Romeo, F. Cicora, F. Toniolo, P. Cicora, C. Incardona, E. Chuluyan (Buenos
Aires, Argentina)
O24 – 0066
Donor pretreatment with methylprednisolone reduces brain-death induced renal injury before
organ retrieval
P. Ottens, J. Damman, B. Liu, M. Seelen, H. Van Goor, S. Veldhuis, R. Ploeg, H. Leuvenink (Groningen,
The Netherlands)
O25 – 0069
Angiopoietin in living and deceased brain dead kidney donors
W-H. Westendorp, L-G. Koudstaal, J. Damman, J.G. Burgerhof, M-A. Seelen, H. Van Goor, R-J. Ploeg,
H-G. Leuvenink (Groningen, The Netherlands)
O26 – 0061
Effect of preconditioning with triiodothyronine on renal ischemia-reperfusion injury
C. Ferreyra Lanatta, R. Pérez Abud, F. O´Valle, J-M. Osorio, F. Vargas, I. Rodriguez, A. Osuna (Granada,
O27 – 0017
Diazoxide attenuates ischemia/reperfusion injury via upregulation of heme oxygenase-1 after liver
transplantation in rats
HF. Huang, Z. Zeng, F. He, MQ. Chen (Kunming, China)
O28 – 0007
Effects of anaesthetic preconditioning plus postconditioning with sevoflurane in warm liver
ischemia/reperfusion injury in rats
J. Avancini Rocha Filho, E.R. Ramos Figueira, B. Beck Schimmer, V. Oliveira Andre, M. Felipe de Souza
Buto, M. Nakatani, F.J. Gonçalves Prado, M.J. Carvalho Carmona, P-A. Clavien, L.A. Carneiro
D’Albuquerque (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
O29 – 0047
Protective effects of remote and classical post-conditioning on ischemia/reperfusion-induced acute
kidney injury
M. Kadkhodaee, A. Najafi, B. Seifi (Tehran, Iran)

6th session: Donors after cardiocirculatory death
Chairs: Rutger Ploeg (Oxford, UK), Diethard Monbaliu (Leuven, Belgium)
Keynote Lecture
Management of uncontrolled DCD
Invited speakers: Benoit Barrou (kidney)(Paris, France),
“How to perfuse the organs of uncontrolled DCDs: is normothermic ECMO worth the
complexity ?”

Constantino Fondevila (liver)(Barcelona, Spain)
“Liver transplantation from uncontrolled DCD donors”
10h35 – 11h05: Break
Management of controlled DCD
Invited speaker: Diethard Monbaliu (Leuven, Belgium)
“Organ transplantation from controlled DCD donors: donor management, outcome and

O30 – 0021
Randomised controlled trial of the effects of hydrogen sulphide in renal ischaemia reperfusion
J. P. Hunter, S. A Hosgood, M. Patel, M. L. Nicholson (Leicester, UK)
O31 – 0027
Non-heart-beating donors: preliminary study on an isolated perfused swine heart harvested after
20 minutes of normothermic ischemia
A. Piccardo, M. Desrois, E. Zogheib, C. Dalmasso, C. Lan, D. Fourré, M. Bernard, T. Caus (Amiens,
O32 – 0056
Cardiac Tolerance to Warm, Global Ischemia is improved with Mild Hypothermia Following
Ischemic Arrest
M. Stadelmann, M. Dornbierer, D. Clément, B. Gahl, F. Dick, T. Carrel, H. Tevaearai,
S. Longnus (Berne, Switzerland)
O33 – 0071
Outcome after liver transplantation using controlled donation after cardiac death donors: A single-
center experience
N. Meurisse, S. Vanden Bussche, I. Jochmans, V. Heedfeld, J. Francois, B. Desschans, G. Van
Helleputte, N. Grossen, D. Claes, J. De Roey, S. Dirix, R. Aerts, W. Laleman, S. Van der merwe, C.
Verslype, D. Cassiman, W. Vansteenbergen, F. Nevens, J. Pirenne, D. Monbaliu (Leuven, Belgium)
O34 – 0024
Kidney Graft Quality after Donation from Uncontrolled Deceased Donors After Cardiac Arrest
R.Codas, W. Hanf, V. Meas-Yedid, B. Mac-Gregor, J. Berthiller, A. Hadj-Aissa, L. Badet, E. Morelon
(Lyon, France)
O35 – 0078
Impact of the delayed graft function on kidney graft survival in recipient with graft coming from
donation after cardiocirculatory death
R.Thuret, C. Billault, F. Thibault, E. Vanglabeke, K. Fehri, S. Bart, N. Arzouk, V. Gueutin, S. Hacini, S.
Ourahma, M.O. Bitker, B. Barrou (Paris, France)

O36 – 0054
New model of kidney donation from uncontrolled donors
O. Reznik, A. Scvortcov, A. Reznik, S. Bagnenko (St Petersburg, Russia)
O37 – 0070
Kidney donation after circulatory death has not increased kidney transplant activity in Belgium - a
comparative analysis with the Netherlands between 1995-2010
I. Jochmans, D. Monbaliu, A. Rahmel, J. Pirenne (Leuven, Belgium)
12h45 – 14h15: LUNCH
7th session: Organ Ex vivo repair
Chairs: René Ferrera (Lyon, France), David Talbot (Newcastle, UK)
Keynote Lecture
Invited Speakers: Dirk Van Raemdonck (lungs)(Leuven, Belgium),
“Ex vivo lung perfusion: Clinical applications”
Peter Friend (liver)(Oxford, UK)

O38 – 0036
Tissue engineering for ex vivo repair of ischemically damaged tubule epithelium
L. Brasile, P. Glowacki, B. Stubenitsky (New-York, USA)
O39 – 0019
The first clinical series of normothermic perfusion in marginal donor kidney transplantation
S. A Hosgood, M. L Nicholson (Leicester, UK)
O40 – 0020
The biological effects of normothermic kidney perfusion on ischaemia reperfusion injury
S. A Hosgood, T. Richards, M. Patel, M. L Nicholson (Leicester, UK)
O41 – 0035
Potential for ex vivo renal repair
L. Brasile, P. Glowacki, B. Stubenitsky (New-York, USA)
Closing Address
New aspects of cell metabolism during IRI
P1 – 0026
MicroRNA-21 up-regulate HIF-1 alpha expression in hepatocytes during ischemia injury by
targeting PTEN
J. Shan, H. Li, G. Sun, W. Wu, S. Li, D. Long, Y. Li, L. Feng (Chengdu, China)
P2 – 0045
Downregulation of miR-20a decreases HIF-1 alpha and accelerates apoptosis in hypoxia
G. Sun, L. Feng, J. Shan, Y. Guo, T. Yang, S. Li, Y. Li (Chengdu, China)
P3 – 0077
Renal PKC epsilon deficiency attenuates ischemia reperfusion injury via impaired neutrophil
infilatration and TNF alpha dependent apoptosis inhibition
S. Rong, T. Kirsch, N. Shushakova, J. Menne, M. Leitges, H. Haller, F. Güler (Hannover, Germany)
P4 – 0043
Effects of hepatic reperfusion injury on the gene expression of some cytochrome P450 isoforms in
rat liver
H. Ali Arab, J. Jamshidian, G. Nikbakht, F. Sasani, A. Afkhami (Tehran, Iran)
P5 – 0025
OAT1/3 and renal ischemia and reperfusion: Evidence for a role of proximal tubular transporter
expression on renal outcome.
R. Schneider, M. Meusel, C. Held, C. Wanner, M. Gekle, C. Sauvant (Halle, Germany)
P6 – 0009
Cannabidiol treatment ameliorates ischemia/reperfusion renal injury in rats
A. Fouad, A. Al-Mulhim, I. Jresat (Saudi, Arabia)
P7 – 0010
Effect of methylene blue on the hemodynamic instability resulting from liver ischemia and
reperfusion in rabbits
R . Rosique, M. Rosique, I. Rosique, L. Tirapelli, P. Évora (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
P8 – 0057
Best temperature for static liver graft storage is 1°C an experimental study
C. Charrueau, N. Neveux, J-C. Chaumeil, L. Hannoun, L. Cynober, E. Savier (Paris, France)
P9 – 0001
Atp and other adenine nucleotide precursors measured in kidneys from DCD by 31p NMR
spectroscopy, during hypothermic-oxygenated-pulsatile perfusion, to evaluate their viability
J-B. Buchs, F. Lazeyras, L. Buehler, S. Moll, R. Ruttimann, A. Nastasi, P. Morel (Geneva, Switzerland)
Immunological consequences of IRI
P10 – 0016
Increased inflammation caused by hyperoxaluria leads to larger renal disfunction in an
experimental model of ischemia and reperfusion
R. Silva, M. Costa, M. Hiyane, M. Cenedeze, H. Pinheiro, N. Camara, A. Pacheco-Silva (Sao Paulo,

P11 – 0034
Anti-rat anti-thymocyte globulin attenuates renal ischaemia-reperfusion injury in rats
P. Nesargikar, G. Chavez, B. Spiller, R. Chavez (Cardiff, UK)
P12 – 0053
Comparison of Long Term effect of Thymoglobulin Treatment in Patients with High Risk of Delayed
Graft Function
L. Requião-Moura, E. Ferraz, A. Cristina Matos, E. Tonato, M. Durão, N. Camara, A. Pacheco-Silva (Sao
Paulo, Brazil)
Additives to preservations solutions
P13 – 0075
Comparative study between Scot-15® and Perfadex® as lung preservation solutions
A. Olland, C. Meers, M. Benahmed, K. Elbayed, S. Wauters, E. Verbeken, G. Verleden, I. Namer,
D. Van Raemdonck (Leuven, Belgium)
P14 – 0068
Naked Caspase-3 siRNA Is Effective in Cold Preservation, but not in Auto-transplantation of Porcine
C. Yang, Y. Jia, T. Zhao, Y. Xue, Z. Zhao, J. Zhang, J. Wang, X. Wang, Y. Qiu, M. Lin, D. Zhu, G. Qi, Y. Qiu,
Q. Tang, R. Rong, M. Xu, S. Ni, M. Nicholson, T. Zhu, B. Yang (Leicester, UK)
P15 – 0055
Organ preservation revisited: anticoagulation rescues borderline kidney grafts
S. Tillet, S. Giraud, R. Thuillier, W. Hebrard, M. Petitou, T. Hauet (Poitiers, France)
P16 – 0039
Effect of Cardiotrophin-1 on the tissue injury associate to cold ischemia and preservation of the
heart and lung.
L. Yaremi Quirós, R. Núñez Lozano, P. D Sánchez González, M.B. García Cenador, M.P. Pérez de
Obanos, J. Ruiz, F.J. García Criado, J.M. López Novoa (Salamanca, Spain)
P17 – 0042
Preliminary study of amniotic fluid stems cell therapy in kidney transplantation
E. Baulier, F. Favreau, D. Bon, S. Giraud, S. Joffrion, A. Le Corf, M-L. Bonnet, W. Hebrard, A. Turhan, T.
Hauet (Poitiers, France)
P18 – 0048
A pilot, randomised, double blind, placebo-controlled, parallel groups, clinical trial to investigate
the efficacy and safety of cardiotrophin-1 (CT-1) in kidney transplantation
J. Ruiz, M.M. Municio, O. Isidoro (Madrid, Spain)
Machine Perfusion
P19 – 0073
Analysis of preservation solution (KPS and UW) with High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Spectroscopy during cold preservation: comparison of metabolitc content during cold ischemia
with machine perfusion and static storage.
D. Bon, P-O. Delpech, T. Khalifeh, N. Boildieu, W. Hébrard, F. Seguin, T. Hauet (Poitiers, France)
P20 – 0052
Hypothermic machine perfusion of human liver grafts: Comparison
of single VS dual vessels perfusion.
A. Jomaa, K. Gurusamy, P. Siriwardana, A. Winstanley, I. Claworth, H. Parkes, P. De Muylder, B. Fuller,
B. Davidson (London, UK)

Brain dead donors
P21 – 0018
MnTMPyP, a selective superoxide dismutase mimetic, reduces oxidative stress in brain dead
D. Hoeksma, L. Van Dullemen, P. Ottens, S. Veldhuis, R. Ploeg, H. Leuvenink (Groningen, The
P22 – 0049
Role of biochemical- and histological-based scores for the prediction of graft failure after liver
G.B. Levi Sandri, Q. Lai, F. Melandro, N. Gugliemo, A. Molinaro, S. Ginanni Corradini, M. Rossi (Roma,
Donors after cardiocirculatory death
P23 – 0022
Early Urinary Biomarkers of warm and cold ischaemic injury in an experimental kidney model
S. A Hosgood, J. P Hunter, M. L Nicholson (Leicester, UK)
P24 – 0058
Evaluation of cardiac grafts from non-heart-beating donors : Early reperfusion hemodynamic
parameters predict contractile recovery in isolated rat hearts
M. Dornbierer, M. Stadelmann, J. Sourdon, B. Gahl, S. Cook, T. Carrel, H. Tevaearai, S. Longnus
(Berne, Switzerland)
P25 – 0038
Dual kidney transplantation from uncontrolled deceased donors after cardiac arrest (uDDCA)
R. Codas, W. Hanf, B. Mac Gregor, V. Meas Yedid, A. Hadj Aissa, J. Berthiller, G. Perrat, F. Buron, F.
Mraiagh, C. Chauvet, P. Petruzzo, E. Morelon, L. Badet (Lyon, France)
P26 – 0065
Prolonged cold ischaemia potentiates the mitochondrial damage that occurs during warm
ischaemia in rat kidneys
A. Dare, T. Prime, K. Saeb-Parsy, M. Murphy (Cambridge, UK)
P27 – 0005
Hemodynamic study of the portal venous system in a model of warm liver ischemia/reperfusion
injury in rats
M.F. de Souza Buto, E.R. Ramos Figueira, J. Avancini Rocha Filho, M. Nakatani, E. Ryoiti Tatebe, V.
Oliveira Andre, A. Rodrigues de Carvalho Martins, R. Jureidini, M.J. Carvalho Carmona, T. Bacchella, E.
Chaib, I. Cecconello, L.A. Carneiro D’Albuquerque (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
P28 – 0004
Metabolic changes in a model of warm liver ischemia/reperfusion injury in rats
E. Ryoiti Tatebe, E.R. Ramos Figueira, J. Avancini Rocha Filho, V. Oliveira Andre, M. Nakatani, M.F. de
Souza Buto, R. Jureidini, W. Andraus, T. Bacchella, E. Chaib, I. Cecconello, L.A. Carneiro
D’Albuquerque (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Organ ex vivo repair
P29 – 0067
Biomarkers assessing warm ischaemic injury using an isolated porcine kidney haemoreperfusion
B. Yang, S. Hosgood, Z. Da, S. Harper, H. Waller, M. Kay, P. Furness, M. Nicholson (Leicester, UK)

P30 – 0051
BacMam ; a novel gene delivery vector for ischaemia
E. Locanto, R. B. Hitchman, L. A. King (Oxford, UK)
P31 – 0062
Establishing a liver ex-vivo normothermic perfusion model: lessons learned.
A. Nassar, G. D’Amico, P. Grady, M. Otto, K. Dympna, X. Zhu, J. Fung, C. Miller, C. Quintini (Cleveland,
Pre/Post conditioning
P32 – 0006
Effects of anaesthetic preconditioning with sevoflurane in warm liver ischemia/reperfusion injury
in rats
E.R. Ramos Figueira, J. Avancini Rocha Filho, B. Beck Schimmer, M. Nakatani, E. Ryoiti Tatebe, V.
Oliveira Andre, F.J. Gonçalves Prado, M.J. Carvalho Carmona, P-A. Clavien, L. Augusto Carneiro
D’Albuquerque (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
P33 – 0028
Ozone postconditioning in renal ischaemia-reperfusion model. Functional and morphological
A. Fernández Iglesias, L. González Núñez, S. Rodriguez Salgueiro, J.L. Calunga Fernández, E. Santos
Febles (La Habana, Cuba)
P34 – 0063
Intermittent Selective Clamping enhances liver tolerance to Ischemia/Reperfusion: a powerful
protective modality in the field of living-related liver transplantation
I. Benmosbah, A. Corlu, H. Duval, S. Grandadam, C. Ribault, K. Boudjema, F. Morel, P. Compagnon
(Rennes, France)
P35 – 0012
The early protective effect of Ischemia preconditioning and glutamine pretreatment in renal
ischemia-reperfusion injury of rat
I.Sung Moon, J. Kye Hwang, J. Il Kim (Seoul, Republic of Korea)


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