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ctr1686-sup-0001-FigureS1-S5-TableS1.docxWord document756K Figure S1. Flow chart of the patient selection. Figure S2. Proportion of different races in donor (A) and recipients (B). Figure S3. The crude association between white donor race and all-cause mortality (A), cardiovascular mortality (B), death-censored graft loss (C), and combined outcome (D) according to Kaplan–Meier analysis among 13 692 kidney transplant patients. Figure S4. The crude association between white donor race and all-cause mortality (A), cardiovascular mortality (B), death-censored graft loss (C), and combined outcome (D) according to Kaplan–Meier analysis among 6056 white kidney transplanted recipients. Figure S5. The crude association between white donor race and all-cause mortality (A), cardiovascular mortality (B), death-censored graft loss (C), and combined outcome (D) according to Kaplan–Meier analysis among 3052 African American kidney transplanted recipients. Table S1. Hazard ratio (HR) and odds ratio (OR) (95% confidence intervals) of post-transplant death (all-cause or cardiovascular), graft failure, combined outcome and delayed graft function for white donor vs. non-white donor (reference) using Cox regression analyses for survival, graft failure and combined outcome and logistic regression analysis for delayed graft function in hemodialysis patients who underwent renal transplantation and observed for up to six yr (July 2001 to June 2007).

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