INCREASED SURVIVAL OF RENAL HOMOGRAFTS IN DOGS AFTER INJECTION OF GRAFT DONOR BLOOD
THE FATE OF SKIN AUTOGRAFTS AND HOMOGRAFTS IN SUBLETHALLY IRRADIATED RATS
PERSISTENCE OF TOLERANCE TOWARDS DONOR-TYPE ANTIGENS AFTER TEMPORARY CHIMERISM IN RATS
SUPPRESSION OF TISSUE IMMUNITY BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
FACILITATION OF HOMOGRAFT TOLERANCE IN PARABIOTIC MICE BY TREATMENT WITH AMETHOPTERIN
THE UTERUS AS A RECIPIENT SITE FOR PARATHYROID HOMOTRANSPLANTATION
THE ROLE OF THE THYMUS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNOLOGICAL COMPETENCE IN THE CHICK EMBRYO
THE RELATIONSHIP OF BLOOD GROUPS TO SKIN GRAFT SURVIVAL IN CHICKENS
ADOPTIVE TRANSFER OF SENSITIVITY TO ALLOGENEIC VERSUS XENOGENEIC SKIN GRAFTS IN MICE
TESTICULAR HOMOGRAFTS IN TOLERANT MICE
A METHOD FOR FREEZING RAT KIDNEY IN SITU
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SURVIVAL TIMES OF PASSIVELY TRANSFERRED HEMAGGLUTININS IN MICE
SURVIVAL TIMES OF PASSIVELY TRANSFERRED HEMAGGLUTININS IN MICE
BONE MARROW ASPIRATION IN MICE
DIFFERENT EFFECTS OF ANTIGEN PRETREATMENT ON ALLOGENEIC SKIN AND ORGAN TRANSPLANTS
FAILURE OF PASSIVE TRANSFER OF SKIN HOMOGRAFT IMMUNITY IN RATS
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TRANSPLANTATION OF CHORIOALLANTOIC PLACENTA AND TROPHOBLAST
VI. HETEROSPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION OF TROPHOBLAST
Behaviour of active bacterial antigens during the induction of the immune response. (1) Properties of flagellar antigens from Salmonella. (2) Cellular distribution of flagellar antigens labelled with iodine-131
Appendix of the rabbit
Lymphocyte interaction
Effect of neonatal and adoptive immunisation on tumor transplant susceptibility in mice
1964. The development of large immature mononuclear cells in mixed leukocyte cultures
Immunologic incompetence of immunologically runted animals
Prolonged survival of orthotopic homotransplants of the heart in animals treated with methotrexate
Studies in the transplantation of bone. VI. Further observations concerning the antigenicity of homologous cortical and cancellous bone
Studies on the transplanted heart. Role of gamma globulin in transplantation immunity
Thymectomy
Tumor induction in hypophyseal grafts in radio-thyroutectomized mice; hypothal-amico-hypophyseal relationships
Studies on the role of the thymus in immunobiology. Reconstitution of immunologic capacity in mice thymectomized at birth
Limb replantation. I. Technique and immediate results
Limb replantation. II. The pathophysiological effects
Limb replantation. III. Long-term survival
Uptake of particulate matter within the thymus of adult and newborn mice
Enhancement of skin homografts in dogs
Autotransplantation and homotransplantation of the lung. Further studies
The survival of renal homo-transplants in dogs treated by chemotherapy, radiation, and cross-circulation
Immune response and mitosis of human peripheral blood lymphocytes in vitro
Induction of tolerance to skin grafts in mice with disrupted liver and kidney cells
Humoral thymic factor in mice
Destruction of immune lymphoid cells in transplantation immunity
Homograft replacement in dogs after total resection of the thyroid and parathyroid glands
Passive transfer of transplantation immunity. IV. Transplantation antibody from extracts of sensitized lymphoid cells
Physiologic alterations of cardiopulmonary function in dogs living one and one-and-a-half years on only a reimplanted right
Recognition of foreignness in immune and tolerant animals
The lymphoid tissues and immune responses of neonatally thy-mectomieed mice bearing thymus tissue in Millipore diffusion chambers
Evolution of the immune response. I. The phylogenetic development of adaptive immunologic responsiveness in vertebrates
Studies of pulmonary function in transplantation of the canine lung
Hemodynamic effects of renal transplants in hypertensive and control rats
Histocompatibility and immunologic competence in renal homotransplan-tation
Behavior of intracerebral Brown-Pearce carcinoma in relation to basal dura
Wasting disease induced in young mice by administration of Cortisol acetate
Cytoplasmic interaction between macrophages and lymphocytic cells in antibody synthesis
Drug effect on survival of homografts of skin
Graft-host response in murine radiation chimeras
Venous valve transplantation
Effect of thymectomy on the termination of immunological tolerance in rabbits
An electron microscopic study of the homograft reaction
The structure of long-surviving homografts of embryonic lung tissue in rats
The reaction of immunologically activated lymphoid cells against homologous target tissue cells in vitro
Preservative solutions for freezing whole organs in vitro
Time of antigen release from homografts
Transplantation of autologous canine thyroid
A method of reducing the incidence of the secondary syndrome in allogenic marrow transplantation. Blood 22
Studies in the transplantation of bone V. The capacity of fresh and treated homo-grafts of bone to evoke transplantation immunity
Tissue transplantation
Methods in Immunology
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