Edited By: Paul M. Ness
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 19/68 (Hematology)
Online ISSN: 1537-2995
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TransfusionNews.com Video Addresses Innovative Ways to Think About TRALI that May Reduce Cases
The May 15 video posting on TransfusionNews.com discusses TRALI, or transfusion-related acute lung injury. A major cause of TRALI is donor antibodies to white blood cells such as HLA and HNA, which activate leukocytes and neutrophils, and trigger the innate immune response. This process leads to acute lung injury. Other non-immune mediators, however, such as cell debris and biologically active lipids and peptides, can also cause TRALI. The video references an editorial in the May 2015 issue by Mark A. Popovsky, MD.
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2015 International Cord Blood Symposium
Don't miss out on this year's International Cord Blood Symposium! The conference takes place in San Francisco on June 11-13 and will bring all of the umbilical cord blood related fields of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, banking, and potential in regenerative medicine together in one interactive conference! Building on its illustrious 12 year history, the program for this year’s ICBS has been expanded to include results of novel applications of cord blood derived immunotherapeutic approaches, more presentations from industry partners engaged in the commercialization of cellular therapies, the challenges faced by cord blood banks both in the US and internationally. The full program and online registration are available on the ICBS Web page.