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Living related liver transplant following bone marrow transplantation from same donor : long-term survival without immunosuppression.

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Bibliographic reference Granot, E ; Loewenthal, R ; Jakobovich, E ; Gazit, E ; Sokal, Etienne ; et. al. Living related liver transplant following bone marrow transplantation from same donor : long-term survival without immunosuppression.. In: Pediatric transplantation, Vol. 16, no. 1, p. E1-4 (2012)
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