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ajt12407-0001-SuppData-S1.doc22KPrimers and real-time PCR methods.
ajt12407-0001-SuppTab-S1.doc41KTable S1: Patients transplanted in the 2002–2003 period
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Figure S1: Low donor lung SP-A mRNA–level associates with decreased survival. The graph shows the survival curves for recipients of double lung transplant excluding patient with ILD. This ad hoc analysis was to address the possible selection bias that is shown in Table S1 with greater percentage of ILD and single lung transplant in the study cohort. Lung transplant patients that received lung allografts with low levels of SP-A mRNA expression prior to implantation had significantly reduced survival. The number of patients in each group is indicated in brackets. The x-axis represents the cumulative survival. Circles indicate the censored patients within the analysis.

Figure S2: Low donor lung SP-A mRNA–level associates with decreased survival. The graph shows the survival curves only for ILD patients. This ad hoc analysis was to address the possible selection bias that is shown in Table S1 with greater percentage of ILD and single lung transplant in the study cohort. Lung transplant patients that received lung allografts with low levels of SP-A mRNA expression prior to implantation had significantly reduced survival. The number of patients in each group is indicated in brackets. The x-axis represents the cumulative survival. Circles indicate the censored patients within the analysis.

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