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Figure 4 Flow cytometric cross-match test. Increased fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) fluorescence (a shift to the right on the fluorescence histogram) is a measure of human leucocyte antigen-specific IgG bound to T lymphocytes above that of the negative control, indicating a positive cross-match. Adapted from Fuggle et al. [27]. Adaptations are themselves works protected by copyright. So in order to publish this adaptation, authorization must be obtained both from the owner of the copyright in the original work and from the owner of copyright in the translation or adaptation.

Figure 4 Flow cytometric cross-match test. Increased fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) fluorescence (a shift to the right on the fluorescence histogram) is a measure of human leucocyte antigen-specific IgG bound to T lymphocytes above that of the negative control, indicating a positive cross-match. Adapted from Fuggle <i>et al.</i> [27]. Adaptations are themselves works protected by copyright. So in order to publish this adaptation, authorization must be obtained both from the owner of the copyright in the original work and from the owner of copyright in the translation or adaptation.