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We have asked four prominent scientists to address the latest and basic concepts on the clinical relevance and detection of donor specific antibodies and different functions of B-cells alloantibody-independent, as well as regulatory functions.
Facundo Batista Frans Claas Geetha Chalasani Sophie Brouard

They will share their latest researches during our State of the Art Session
B-yond the horizon: humoral responses in transplantation
taking place at ESOT 2015 Brussels Congress on Monday, 14 September, at 09:10-11:40
Be there! Stay tuned… we have more for you to come.


Andreas Pascher, member of our Scientific Program Committee, who contributed to build the program of this session, invites you to attend.
  Monday, 14 September 09:10 – 10:40  
09.10 Humoral responses: basic concepts in cinemascope!
Facundo Batista, London, United Kingdom
09.30 Detection and clinical relevance of donor specific antibodies
Frans Claas, Leiden, The Netherlands
09.50 Antibody-independent functions of B cells in allograft rejection
Geetha Chalasani, Pittsburgh, United States
10.10 B cells not always the bad guys: B cell regulatory functions
Sophie Brouard, Nantes, France
10.30 Q&A  
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