A. Humar, M. Morris, E. Blumberg, R. Freeman, J. Preiksaitis, B. Kiberd, E. Schweitzer, S. Ganz, A. Caliendo, J. P. Orlowski, B. Wilson, C. Kotton, M. Michaels, S. Kleinman, S. Geier, B. Murphy, M. Green, M. Levi, G. Knoll, D. Segev, S. Brubaker, R. Hasz, D. J. Lebovitz, D. Mulligan, K. O’Connor, T. Pruett, M. Mozes, I. Lee, F. Delmonico and S. Fischer Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) of Organ Donors: Is the ‘Best’ Test the Right Test? A Consensus Conference Report American Journal of Transplantation 10
Version of Record online: 29 JAN 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-6143.2009.02992.x
This consensus report outlines several issues surrounding optimal testing of potential donors for HIV, HCV and HBV and includes suggestions regarding the use of Nucleic Acid Testing, its advantages and disadvantages, and areas for further research.
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