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MONITORING OF BK VIRUS IN RECIPIENTS WITHIN ONE YEAR AFTER ALLOGENEIC KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2018-05-20
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5
Year: 
2018

A. Matveev(1); Professor A. Ragimov(1), MD; Professor M. Kaabak(2), MD; Professor N. Dashkova(1), MD; E. Salimov(1), MD; N. Babenko(2), Candidate of Medical Sciences; MD; N. Matveeva(2) 1-Laboratory Blood Transfusiological Complex, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University) 2-B.V. Petrovsky Russian Research Center of Surgery, Moscow

Eighty-two patients were examined within 12 months after transplantation to determine the presence of BK virus (BKV) in the blood and urine of allogeneic kidney transplant recipients. Plasma and urine BKV DNA levels were quantified. A higher risk for BK nephropathy was established in patients with a high level of BK viruria and viremia for a long time.

Keywords: 
transplantation
BK virus
BK virus nephropathy
kidney transplantation



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