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overview Dr. Barth serves as the Director of Liver Transplantation and Associate Director of The University of Chicago Medicine Transplant Institute. His clinical practice focuses on kidney, pancreas, and liver transplant with specific accomplishments in living donor kidney and liver transplantation. Dr. Barth has pioneered minimally invasive surgery for living kidney donation and developed and has performed over 500 ‘scarless,’ single-port laparoscopic donor nephrectomies. Dr. Barth has active clinical and basic research interests that include novel immunosuppressive therapies, immunologic tolerance, and the use of genetically engineered animal organs for human transplantation (xenotransplantation). Dr. Barth led an active lab investigating transplant tolerance and pre-clinical models of composite facial and limb transplantation, toward the clinical goal of reconstructive transplantation.
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Concept Transplantation, Heterologous
Academic Article Advances in liver xenotransplantation.
Academic Article Early graft failure of GalTKO pig organs in baboons is reduced by expression of a human complement pathway-regulatory protein.
Academic Article The innate immune response and activation of coagulation in alpha1,3-galactosyltransferase gene-knockout xenograft recipients.
Academic Article Thrombotic microangiopathic glomerulopathy in human decay accelerating factor-transgenic swine-to-baboon kidney xenografts.
Academic Article Functionally and phenotypically mature mouse CD8+ T cells develop in porcine thymus grafts in mice.
Academic Article Enhanced CD4 reconstitution by grafting neonatal porcine tissue in alternative locations is associated with donor-specific tolerance and suppression of preexisting xenoreactive T cells.
Academic Article Activation of porcine cytomegalovirus, but not porcine lymphotropic herpesvirus, in pig-to-baboon xenotransplantation.
Academic Article Xenogeneic thymokidney and thymic tissue transplantation in a pig-to-baboon model: I. Evidence for pig-specific T-cell unresponsiveness.
Academic Article Miniature swine and hDAF pig kidney transplantation in baboons treated with a nonmyeloablative regimen and CD154 blockade.
Academic Article Synthetic liver function is detectable in transgenic porcine livers perfused with human blood.
Academic Article N-glycolylneuraminic acid knockout reduces erythrocyte sequestration and thromboxane elaboration in an ex vivo pig-to-human xenoperfusion model.
Academic Article Selection of Patients for Initial Clinical Trials of Solid Organ Xenotransplantation.
Academic Article Pig-to-baboon liver xenoperfusion utilizing GalTKO.hCD46 pigs and glycoprotein Ib blockade.
Academic Article The induction of specific pig skin graft tolerance by grafting with neonatal pig thymus in thymectomized mice.
Academic Article The effect of xenoreactive antibody and B cell depletion on hyperacute rejection of guinea pig-to-rat cardiac xenografts.
Academic Article Activation of cytomegalovirus in pig-to-primate organ xenotransplantation.
Academic Article The demise of islet allotransplantation in the United States: A call for an urgent regulatory update.
Academic Article hEPCR.hTBM.hCD47.hHO-1 with donor clodronate and DDAVP treatment improves perfusion and function of GalTKO.hCD46 porcine livers perfused with human blood.
Academic Article Use of 99mTc as a radioisotopic label to study the migratory patterns of normal and neoplastic cells.
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  • Transplantation Heterologous