THE EFFECTS OF ANTIBIOTICS AND X-IRRADIATION ON THE SURVIVAL OF SCALE HOMOGRAFTS IN FUNDULUS HETEROCLITUS
MUTUALLY TOLERANT HOST AND DONOR TYPE IMMUNOLOGICALLY COMPETENT CELLS IN MOUSE RADIATION CHIMERAS
SPECIFIC SUPPRESSION OF WOUND HEALING IN MICE BY GRAFT-VS-HOST REACTION
THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT HOMOLOGOUS SPLEEN CELL DOSES AND DONOR-RECIPIENT AGES ON THE MORTALITY OF SUBLETHALLY X-IRRADIATED MICE
IMMUNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SMALL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES IN THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION IN MICE
THE ACCEPTANCE AND EVOLUTION OF DERMAL HOMOGRAFTS FREED OF VIABLE CELLS
STUDIES OF IMMUNE DESTRUCTION OF LYMPHOID TISSUE
CHANGES IN THE HOST RESPONSE FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH LYOPHILIZED TISSUE
STUDIES ON SPECIFICITY OF ACTION OF RIBONUCLEIC ACID EXTRACTS UPON VIABILITY OF SKIN HOMOGRAFTS IN THE RAT
CHRONIC AND SUBACUTE PARABIOTIC REACTIONS IN THE SYRIAN HAMSTER
PROLONGATION OF HOMOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN GUINEA-PIGS
SKIN GRAFTING IN PIGS
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TUMOR TRANSPLANTATION
BASIC
Hunterian Lecture. Tissue transplantation; circulating antibody in the homotransplantation of kidney and skin
A serological analysis and comparison of various preparation of mouse H-2 histocom-patibility antigen
Tissue transplantation
The nature of the “partial” tolerance induced by parity
Hunterian Lecture. Inhibition of the rejection of renal homografts in dogs by drugs
Homologous Transplantation Of Canine Lungs
Survival of homologous transplants of neonatal kidneys in dogs
Hemopoietic restoration in lethally X-irradiated mice injected with peritoneal cells
Studies of homotransplantation of the kidney in dogs treated with an experimental cancer chemotherapeutic agent (AB-103)
Identification of the immune system responsible for the specificity of actively acquired tolerance in mic
A germ plasm-transmitted alteration of histocompatibility in the progeny of homograft tolerant mice
Differences in the antigenic effectiveness of the foetal part of the mouse placenta depending on the strain combination employed
Contribution to the question of the transfer of immuno-logical tolerance from parents to offspring
Successful reimplantation of canine kidney after 24 hour storage
Prolongation of skin homografts in rabbits, using cyclophosphamide
The “transfer reaction” in the rabbit. II
Prolonged survival of syn-geneic male skin grafts in parous C57BL mice
The present status of intestinal transplantation
Male skin isograft acceptance in female mice of the C57BL/1 strain after repeated injections of disrupted spleen cells
Leukocyte agglutination in mice
Survival of mouse erythrocytes in histoincompati-ble recipients
A. P. Evidencefor a humoral thy-mus factor responsible for the maturation of immunological faculty
Effects of long term 6-mercaptopurine treatment upon homotransplants in dogs
Evidence of heterozygosity in partheno-genetic turkeys from homograft responses
Autotransplantation of the canine heart
Influence of excess of antigen on immunological tolerance in radiation chimaeras
Transplantation of autolo-gous canine thyroid. Arch
CLINICAL
A suggested use of homo-grafts
Further studies in the survival of skin homografts as a function of quantity and frequency of RNA injections
Mechanism of cardiac failure after excision and reimplantation of the canine heart. Surg
Compared studies on the viability of skin stored by different methods
Behavior of skin homografts in human pregnancy
Cross-reactions to skin homografts in man
Homograft tolerance with parabiosis
Experimental study of the behavior of adult human skin homo-grafts during pregnancy
Distribution of diphospho-pyridine nucleotide diaphorase in rat skin autografts and homografts
The age factor and tolerance of full thickness skin homografts in normal or thymecto-mized canine littermates
Prolongation of canine skin homo-grafts by antimetabolites
Basic concepts in homologous tissue transplantation
The use of synthetic “skin” in lieu of homografts in the treatment of extensive third-degree burns
Organ transplants in dogs after cross-circulation, chemotherapy and irradiation
An approach to extracorporeal surgery of the heart
Functional evaluation of the autotrans-planted lung in the dog
The thymus and lymph-nodes in radiation chimaeras
The use of inert plastic material in reconstructive surgery
HUMAN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT CONFERENCE
ABSTRACTS
TRANSPLANTATION
Twenty human kidney transplants have been performed
Transplantation oj the Kidney, Spring
The current protocol uses Imuran
Six kidney transplants performed in 1951 failed
Total body irradiation was used in 6 patients
Surgical, Urological and Medical Services of the Massachusetts General Hospital
Our present opinion is colored by the realization
Interest in renal transplantation was focussed on procuring
The second patient, a 37-year-old male with polycystic kidneys was grafted 10 months ago
Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia