Cohorts / Collections


In 2020, FHU SUPORT set up a multicentre (Tours, Poitiers, Limoges), prospective cohort, with collection of biological samples over 1 year, with post-transplant follow-up at 2, 5 and 10 years.

The biological samples are kept at each FHU site within the Biological Resource Centres and will be used for ancillary studies investigating factors influencing long-term graft survival in kidney, liver and heart transplant patients.

Creation of the MaCa3Do registry:

this Maastricht 3 register validated by the CNIL and led in Tours is being put in place. The MACA3DO registry should improve the conditions for Maastricht 3 donor management in order to increase the number of transplants and to optimise the graft recovery: