Apolipoprotein L1 gene variants in deceased organ donors are associated with renal allograft failure

B. I. Freedman*, B. A. Julian, S. O. Pastan, A. K. Israni, D. Schladt, M. D. Gautreaux, V. Hauptfeld, R. A. Bray, H. M. Gebel, A. D. Kirk, R. S. Gaston, J. Rogers, A. C. Farney, G. Orlando, R. J. Stratta, S. Mohan, L. Ma, C. D. Langefeld, P. J. Hicks, N. D. PalmerP. L. Adams, A. Palanisamy, A. M. Reeves-Daniel, J. Divers

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