AJT

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AcronymDefinition
AJTAdvanced Jet Trainer
AJTAmerican Journal of Transplantation
AJTAmerican Journal of Theology
AJTAssociation des Journalistes de Tourisme (French: Association of Tourism Journalists)
AJTArtistes Jeunes Talents (French art gallery)
AJTTunisian Association of Journalists
AJTAssociation des Jeux Touristiques (French tourism association)
AJTAssociation des Jeunes Turcs (French: Association of Young Turks)
AJTAustralian Jewish Times (est. 1895)
AJTAvocats des Jeunes à Toulouse (French: Young Lawyers in Toulouse; Toulouse, France)
AJTAnkle Jerk Time (reflex)
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Oral valganciclovir is noninferior to intravenous ganciclovir for the treatment of cytomegalovirus disease in solid organ transplant recipients," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
Wang, "Cancer after kidney transplantation in the United States," The American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
Saidman, "Utilizing List Exchange and Undirected Good Samaritan Donation through 'Chain' Paired Kidney Donations," American Journal of Transplantation, 6, (11) (November 2006) pp.
Dutkowski P, de Rougemont O, Clavien PA 2008 Alexis Carrel: Genius, innovator and ideologist American Journal of Transplantation 8 (10) 1998-2003
2006, 'The Price Is Wrong: The Moral Cost of Living Donor Inducements', American Journal of Transplantation, 6, 2529-2530.
1) The National Conference on Organ Donation After Cardiac Death, American Journal of Transplantation, 2006, 6: 281-296.
Banff '09 meeting report: antibody mediated graft deterioration and implementation of Banff working groups," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
Congressional sponsors of the new HOPE Act said the paper, published in the American Journal of Transplantation by Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon Dorry Segev, MD, PhD, and research assistant Brian Boyarsky, BA, was instrumental in bring the issue out into the open.
Increases in urine levels of the immune protein, called CXCL9, often show up in patients a month before an episode of organ rejection, researchers report August 22 in the American Journal of Transplantation.
That's the conclusion of a new study published in the American Journal of Transplantation.
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