Islet-expressed TLR2 and TLR4 sense injury and mediate early graft failure after transplantation.
Krüger, Bernd; Yin, Na; Zhang, Nan; Yadav, Anju; Coward, William; Lal, Girdhari; Zang, Weiping; S Heeger, Peter; Bromberg, Jonathan S; Murphy, Barbara; Schröppel, Bernd.
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