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Transplant immunology

We know however, that despite trying to control the T cell response, patients still suffer from acute and chronic rejection. Our hypothesis is therefore, that there must be other cells at work and we suggest that it is the innate immune system. In particular, we believe that macrophages may be at play and we have yet to really understand them.