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Dr. Fritz H. Bach MD
Dr. Fritz Bach, born in Vienna, Austria, attended Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, took an internal medicine residency, and since 1963 has done research at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and now Harvard Medical School in Boston. He has worked in genetics, immunology and recently vascular biology, with much of his work devoted to studies of transplantation. He described the mixed leukocyte culture (MLC) test for matching donors and recipients for transplantation, which led to his contributing to the description of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) in humans (HLA), heading the team that did the first successful matched bone marrow transplant, defining the existence of class II loci and their antigens and establishing the existence of two types of antigens with different functions associated with the MHC.

His work in xenotransplantation included his suggestion that endothelial cell activation is the key role in xenograft rejection and, with his colleague Augustin Dalmasso, to suggest that transgenic pigs expressing a human gene to block human complement may help solve xenograft rejection. As a part of the progress in xenotransplantation, he suggested that endothelial cells might express protective genes that help to avoid rejection, which he and his colleagues have not shown to be true.

Dr. Bach has received numerous awards, including Peter Medawar Prize of the International Transplantation Society and the most recent which is the Doctor of Medicine, Honoris Causa, 2005 from the University of Vienna.

The Body's Molecules Provide their own Best Protection Against Ageing
Heme oxygenase?1 (HO?1) breaks down heme to yield carbon monoxide (CO) and
biliverdin/bilirubin, two molecules that have been viewed as toxic. Recent evidence,
suggests that CO and bilirubin can be beneficial in humans. Individuals who have high
normal levels of bilirubin have less atherosclerotic events as compared with those
individuals with low normal bilirubin. The HO?1 system may well act to prevent tissue
aging by the protective functions of the products of heme degradation.

Goals and Objectives:

  • 1. To introduce the audience to the concept of protective genes that maintain homeostasis.
  • 2. To discuss the endogenous activities of physiological molecules that appear to prevent tissue damage.
  • 3. To focus on the potential negative effects of unfettered inflammation.
  • 4. To evaluate the preserving properties of bilirubin.

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