FACTORS DETERMINING SHORT- AND LONG-TERM SURVIVAL AFTER ORTHOTOPIC LIVER HOMOTRANSPLANTATION IN THE DOG.

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Published in Surgery on July 01, 1965

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T E STARZL, T L MARCHIORO, K A PORTER, P D TAYLOR, T D FARIS, T J HERRMANN, C J HLAD, W R WADDELL

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