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Tissue typing in 107 consecutive cadaveric renal allotransplants performed among six hospitals in a regional collaboration scheme between January 1970 and January 1972 did not reveal any significant correlation between graft survival and HL-A matching.
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☆This work was supported in part by Grants AI-06091 and AI-04606 from the USPHS, and grants from the US Army Research and Development Command, the John A. Hartford Foundation, and the Atomic Energy Commission.
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