Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection

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Xian Chang Li (Inventor)

A method comprising (a) obtaining one or more biological samples from a subject wherein the subject has undergone an organ transplant; (b) determining the amount and type of one or more volatile organic compounds in the biological sample; and (c) correlating the amount of volatile organic compounds to a degree of transplant rejection. A device comprising a plurality of sensors configured to detect a plurality of volatile organic compounds in a biological sample of a subject having undergone an organ transplant.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Patent numberUS20150031582 A1
IPCUS
Priority date7/29/13
StatePublished - Jan 29 2015

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Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection. / Li, Xian Chang (Inventor).

IPC No.: US. Patent No.: US20150031582 A1.

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Li, XC 2015, Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection, Patent No. US20150031582 A1, IPC No. US.

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Li, X. C. (2015). IPC No. US. Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection. (Patent No. US20150031582 A1).

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Li XC, inventor. Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection. US. 2015 Jan 29.

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Li, Xian Chang (Inventor). / Volatile Organic Gases as Bioindicators for Transplant Rejection. IPC No.: US. Patent No.: US20150031582 A1.

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