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THE BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF ANTISERA RAISED AGAINST FRACTIONAL ANTIGENS FROM MURINE THYMOCYTES AND LYMPHOCYTES
VARIATIONS IN RABBIT ANTIMOUSE LYMPHOCYTE SERA CAUSED BY LYMPHOCYTES OF DIFFERING ORIGINS IN THE IMMUNIZING INOCULA
THE OCCURRENCE OF TWO TYPES OF CYTOTOXIC LYMPHOID CELLS IN MICE IMMUNISED WITH ALLOGENEIC TUMOUR CELLS
DISTRIBUTION, DOSE DEPENDENCY, AND EFFECT OF DONOR PRESENSITIZATION ON LIVER INFILTRATION IN THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION
CYTOTOXIC EFFECT OF NORMAL RABBIT SERUM ON RAT LYMPHOID CELLS
INHIBITION OF THE RESPONSE IN MIXED LEUKOCYTE CULTURES BY ALLOIMMUNE PLASMA
ALLOGRAFT IMMUNITY IN VITRO
Localized immunosuppression for pulmonary transplants
Induction of immunological tolerance by porcine liver allografts
Complement metabolism in man: hypercatabolism of the fourth (C4) and third (C3) components in patients with renal allograft rejection and hereditary angioedema (HAE)
Renal tubular acidosis, acidosis due to hyperkalemia, hypercalcemia, disordered citrate metabolism and other tubular dysfunctions following human renal transplantation
Transplantation of the heart and both lungs. II. Experimental cardiopulmonary transplantation
Hyperchloremic acidosis in early diagnosis of renal allograft rejection
The period and nature of hazard in clinical renal transplantation. I. The hazard to patient survival
Leucocyte antigens in renal transplantation: immediate renal allograft rejection with a negative cross match
Hyperacute rejection in humankidney allografts—Shwartzman or Arthus?
Liver transplantation in man. III. Studies of liver function, histology, and immunosuppressive therapy
FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE TRANSPLANTATION SOCIETY, INC
BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ANTIBODY CLASSES IN TRANSPLANTATION IMMUNE SERA
NONPREFERENTIAL UPTAKE OF ANTITHYMUS GLOBULIN IN : CANINE RENAL ALLOGRAFTS
THE LOCALIZATION OF THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE ACTIVITY IN HORSE ANTIMONKEY LYMPHOCYTE SERA
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