Pinnal Allograft Transplant

A 3 mm incision is made on the dorsum of the pinna in senescent murine hosts, and curved forceps are delicately used to create a subcutaneous pocket (5 x 3 mm). Neonatal hearts are explanted from decapitated 1 d old pups and transplanted into the dorsum of the pinna of an isogeneic adult murine host as previously described (Edelberg et al., 2002; Xaymardan et al., 2004b). The donor cardiac tissue is prepared by harvesting the heart without the pericardial sac from syngeneic neonatal (1 d)

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