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Chemokines

Zhao et al. in 2002 published similar data in patients who had heart transplants and had developed chronic rejection.
They found, as seen in the slide to the right, that patients were found to have IP-10, MIG and iTAC in the tissue of the allograft that underwent both acute and chronic rejection.