The rosette inhibition test (RIT), with a modification of the technique that enables highly accurate marking of T lymphocytes, has been employed in our laboratory in the last 6 years for the follow-up of 150 renal transplant patients. The cumulative experience with this test and the diagnostic and prognostic implications are reported.
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|Publication status||Published - 1979|
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