For the successful renal grafting which of the following set of antigen is not important?
I think its c. Sex antigen
Female donor kidneys had poorer graft survival rates than male donor kidneys.
Use of cyclosporine (CsA), pretransplant transfusions, and HLA-A,B mismatches independently contributed to the poorer survival rates of female donor kidneys. A large component of the donor sex effect may have been related to CsA toxicity.
Broadly sensitized (greater than 50% PRA) recipients of first transplants had 8% lower 1-year graft survival rates when they received a female donor kidney.
Female donors between the ages of 36 and 45 years yielded significantly lower 1-year graft survival rates in recipients of both first transplants and regrafts. This may represent a special donor risk group.