Scope of the journal

Transplantation Technology   is devoted to publishing research advances in the field of transplantation and innovative techniques in transplant surgery. The journal studies include donation, preservation of various tissues and organs, graft versus host interactions, as well as medications and transplant ethics to foster fundamental scientific discovery in transplantation. View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

A novel formula for graft weight estimation from preoperative computed tomography volumetric measurement in living donor liver transplantation

Talaat Zakareya, Mohamed Abbasy, Wael Abdel-Razek, Ibrahim Abdelkader Salama, Mohamed Deif
Transplantation Technology 5: 1

ReviewOpen Access

Oral health protocol for liver transplant patients

Liliane Lins, Jorge Bastos
Transplantation Technology 2: 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Identification and cloning of the porcine ROSA26 promoter and its role in transgenesis

Ping Li, Christopher Burlak, Jose Estrada, Peter J. Cowan, A. Joseph Tector
Transplantation Technology 2: 1

ReviewOpen Access

Potential applications of lipid peroxidation products in renal transplantation

Omotayo O. Erejuwa, Siti A. Sulaiman, Mohd S. Ab Wahab
Transplantation Technology 1: 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

Initial steps to stabilize the microenvironment for implantation of stem/progenitor cells in diseased renal parenchyma

Will W. Minuth, Lucia Denk
Transplantation Technology 1: 2

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Dr. Stephen Strom
is currently a Professor of Cell Transplantation and Regenerative Medicine, at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. Dr. Strom is a pioneer in the field of hepatocyte transplantation to treat patients with liver disease. His research focuses on upon regenerative medicine in conjunction with diseases and conditions that affect the liver and identification, development of stem cells that may be future sources of hepatocytes for clinical transplants.

Dr. Alfred Joseph Tector
is currently Chief, Section of Transplant Surgery at Indiana University Health Transplant Institute, USA. His research interests include Xenotransplantation, Transplant Surgery - Liver and Multivisceral Transplantation, Liver Transplantation, Intestinal Transplantation and Immunosuppression. He is also a pioneer in the field of Pediatric and Adult Liver Transplantation.

Senior Editor

Dr. Curie Ahn
is currently Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. Her current research is to understand the mechanistic link between oxidative stress and airflow obstruction in asthma, and explore new intervention strategies by targeting Nrf2 pathways in the airway smooth muscle cell.

Dr. Henk Jan Schuurman
is currently Senior Vice President , SchuBiomed Consultancy BV, Utrecht, Netherlands. His research interest area are experimental transplantation, animal models, immunopharmacology, immunotoxicology, pathology, xenotransplantation.

Oncology Discovery Subject Areas

Auto transplantation, Allotransplantation, Xenotransplantation, Tissue and organ transplantation, Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, Transplant rejection, Immunosuppressant drugs, HLA and matching techniques, Human genetic variability of kidney recipients, Transplant infectious diseases, Therapeutics for human diseases , Device oriented aspects of transplantation, Genetically engineered cells for transplantation, Transplant complications and applications, Transplant ethics and policy, Organ trafficking, Effect of regulatory T cells, Cytotoxic cells for immunotherapy and cell targets.