Lactate measurements in an integrated perfusion machine for human livers

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B.T.F.S. contributed the original idea, draft and further editing. S.C.A. contributed scientific advice and editing. H.M. contributed editing. D.F.M. contributed clinical advice and final proof editing.

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Stephenson, B.T.F., Afford, S.C., Mergental, H. et al. Lactate measurements in an integrated perfusion machine for human livers. Nat Biotechnol 38, 1259 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41587-020-0626-9

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