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Selection of allogenic tooth graft using hla a hla b hla c and dr typing and the mixed lymphocyte culture test


International Journal of Oral Surgery 9(6): 433-438
Selection of allogenic tooth graft using hla a hla b hla c and dr typing and the mixed lymphocyte culture test
An allotransplantation of a partly developed premolar from a 12-yr-old daughter to her mother is reported. The tooth graft was selected by the use of HLA-A, -B, -C and DR typing and the MLC [mixed lymphocyte culture] tests. Follow-up over 3 yr included periodic identically taken radiographs, electric and galvanic pulp tests and tests for cytotoxic antibodies. Almost complete closure of the apex of the tooth occurred with no sign of root resorption. The transplant remained vital, and no production of antibodies against the graft occurred.


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