Blood test may help doctors prescribe drugs to organ transplant patients

06/5/2008 | Top News (India)

Loyola University Medical Centre researchers have found that organ transplant patients with high-energy lymphocytes do not develop infections, while those with low-energy lymphocytes are more vulnerable. The researchers have developed a blood test that measures cell activity to help doctors in prescribing immune-suppressing drugs.

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