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University of Paraná, Curitiba, Paraná - Brazil, B.S.
Carolina University, Greenville, NC, M.S. (Biology)
Carolina University, Greenville, NC Ph.D.
Board of Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics
Histocompatibility Testing and Transplantation
Transplantation Immunobiology, Post-Transplant Follow
Up, Donor-Specific Hyporesponsiveness, Cytokine Gene
1. Everly MJ,
Rebellato LM, Ozawa M, Briley KP, Catrou PG,
Haisch CE, and Terasaki PI. Lowering HLA Antibody to
Improve Renal Allograft Survival.
Transplantation 20 (20): 1-6, 2010.
2. Nikaein A,
Cherikh W, Nelson K, Baker T, Leffell S, Bow L, Crowe D,
Connick K, Head MA, Kamoun M, Kimball P, Klohe E, Noreen
H, Rebellato L, Sell T, Sullivan K and Land G.
Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network /United
Network for Organ Sharing Histocompatibility Committee
Collaborative Study to Evaluate Prediction of Crossmatch
Results in Highly Sensitized Patients.
Transplantation 87: 557-562, 2009.
BM, Brasile L, Rebellato LM, Hawinkles H, Haisch
C, and Kon M. Delayed skin allograft rejection following
matrix membrane pretreatment.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
4. Mao Q, Terasaki PI, Cai J,
Briley K, Catrou P, Haisch C, and Rebellato L.
Extremely high association between appearance of HLA
antibodies and failure of kidney grafts in a 5-year
longitudinal study. American
Journal of Transplantation 7(4): 864-871, 2007.
5. Mao Q, Terasaki PI, Cai J, El-Awar
N, and Rebellato L. Analysis of HLA Class I
Specific Antibodies in Patients with Failed Grafts.
Transplantation 83 (1): 54-61, 2007.
6. Cai J,
Terasaki PI, Mao Q, Pham T, El-Awar N, Lee JH, and
Rebellato L. Development of Nondonor-Specific HLA-DR
Antibodies in Allograft Recipients is Associated with
Shared Epitopes with Mismatched Donor DR Antigens.
American Journal of Transplantation 6 (12):
Verbanac KM, and Haisch CE. The current status of
xenotransplantation. Current Surgery 62(5):481-488,
Arnold AN, Bozik KM, and Haisch
CE. HLA matching and the United Network for organ
sharing (UNOS) allocation system: impact of HLA matching
on african American recipients of cadaveric kidney
transplants. Transplantation 74(11): 1634-1636,
Contributions to Texbooks
1. Rebellato LM,
Everly MJ, Haisch CE, Ozawa M, Briley KP, Parker K,
Catrou PG, Bolin P, Kendrick WT, Kendrick SA, and
Harland RC. A Report of the Epidemiology of De Novo
Donor-Specific Anti-HLA Antibodies (DSA) in “Low-Risk”
Renal Transplant Recipients.
Clinical Transplants 2011; 2012.
2. Rebellato LM,
Ozawa M, Verbanac KM, Catrou P, Haisch CE, and Terasaki
PI. Clinical and Anti-HLA Antibody Profile of Nine Renal
Transplant Recipients with Failed Grafts: Donor-specific
and Non-Donor-Specific Antibody Development.
Clinical Transplants 2006; 2007.
3. Ozawa M, Rebellato LM,
Terasaki PI, Tong A, Briley KP, Catrou P, and Haisch C.
Longitudinal testing of 266 renal allograft patients for
HLA antibodies: Greenville experience.
Clinical Transplants 2006; 2007.
4. Verbanac KM, Rebellato LM
and Haisch CE. “The Immune System and the
Immunocompromised Patient”, in Physiological Basis of
Modern Surgical Care (Thomas Miller, Ed., 4th
edition), Quality Medical Publishing. St Louis, MO, 2006.
Hewan-Lowe K, Rebellato L, Finley J, Nzerue C.
Location of Post Transplant Neoplasia Influences
Diagnosis and Graft Outcome. Poster presented at the
American Society of Nephrology; Nov 12-17, 2003; San
Rebellato LM, Briley KP, Hewan-Lowe K. Serum anti-HLA
antibody and C4d staining of allograft biopsies are
adequate tools for the diagnosis of humoral rejection.
Poster presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of American
Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics; Oct
30, 2003; Miami, FL.
Arnold AN, Rebellato LM. Cadaveric renal
transplants without delayed graft function have outcomes
equivalent to living donor renal transplants: a six-year
experience from two transplant centers. Poster presented
at the American Transplant Congress 2003; Jun 3, 2003;
Sutton AT, Rebellato-de Vente L, and Hewan-Lowe
KO. Small viral particles lead to major disease in
renal transplant. Presented at the Ultrastructure
Meeting; Aug 2002; Aspen, Colorado.