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Figure S1: Study flowchart.

Table S1: Causes of graft loss within the first year after transplantation

Table S2: Multivariate Cox proportional hazard analysis for death-censored graft survival, based on baseline demographic factors, adjusted for age of donors and recipients, number of HLA mismatches, repeat transplantation, type of primary immunosuppression and transplant year

Table S3:Multivariate Cox proportional hazards analysis of death-censored graft survival >1 year, based on baseline demographic factors and important factors in the first posttransplant year, adjusted for age of donors and recipients, number of HLA mismatches, repeat transplantation, a progressive disease in the first year after transplantation (either de novo/recurrent glomerular disease, changes suggestive of antibody-mediated rejection, or polyomavirus associated nephropathy), transplant year and type of immunosuppression

Table S4: Cox proportional hazards analysis of death-censored graft survival after 1 year, according to individual histological parameters in univariate and multivariate (backward selection) analysis

Table S5: Spearman correlation matrix of individual histological lesion in 914 indication biopsies of 563 renal allograft recipients who had at least one posttransplant biopsy within the first year after transplantation, and at least 1-year graft survival

Table S6: Demographics and histological data according to K-means clustering in the subgroup of patients (N = 491) who had at least one posttransplant biopsy within the first year after transplantation and at least 1-year graft survival

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