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Allograft rejection is a complicated process through which immune systems reject a transplanted organ or tissue.
Rejection can be mediated by both cells and antibodies through a process known as mixed rejection, which often results in poor outcomes for patients.
Functional single-cell proteomics resolves this heterogeneity with a highly multiplexed analysis of each cell, allowing researchers to uncover the individual immune cell subpopulations driving mixed rejection.
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