Transplant and Computational Immunology
Transplantation immunology deals with the replacement of cells, tissues or organs from one part of the body to another or from one individual to another in order to restore damaged or diseased tissues or organs. The transplant can be seen by the immune system as a threat and may get destroyed or attacked by the immune system. If this happens the organ dies in less than half an hour time period as it cannot withstand the immune system outbreak. The donor is carefully analysed and matched in order to avoid any risk of transplant rejection. Immunosuppressants are taken to prevent transplant rejection or to treat the transplant rejection. The drawback of immunosuppressive drugs is that, they may leave the patients with various side effects.
Computational immunology is a discipline of science that incorporates high-throughput genomic and bioinformatics approaches to immunology. This usually helps to convert immunological data into computational problems and further solving them using mathematical and computational approaches .
• Transplant therapies
• Transplant rejection
• Stem cell transplantation
• Immunosuppressive specialists: Current patterns
• Hostile to contributor antibodies and flow inquire about
• Potential xenotransplantation
• Immunocelltherapy (assenting T cell exchange)
• Organic clock
• British Society for Immunology.
• German Society for Immunology.
• Finnish Society for Immunology.
• British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
• European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology.