STRAIN-SPECIFIC RENAL TOXICITY OF HETEROLOGOUS ANTILYMPHOCYTE γ-GLOBULIN IN MICE
PATHOLOGY OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTS IN PATIENTS RECEIVING LONG-TERM ANTILYMPHOCYTE GLOBULIN THERAPY
ALLOTYPE SYNTHESIS BY ADULT DONORS' LEUKOCYTES AND SPLEEN CELLS INJECTED INTO NEWLY HATCHED CHICKS
TRANSPLANTATION OF ISOLOGOUS MALE MAMMARY GLAND TISSUE INTO THE MAMMARY FAT-PADS OF FEMALE MICE
MEASUREMENT OF ANTIPLATELET ACTIVITY OF ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERA BASED ON THE INHIBITION OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE UPTAKE BY BLOOD PLATELETS
IMMUNOGENIC PROPERTIES OF PAPAINSOLUBILIZED H-2 ALLOANTIGENS
RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN THE INBRED RAT
RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN THE INBRED RAT
SURVIVAL OF GUINEA PIG SKIN GRAFTS IN THE BRAINS OF RATS UNDER TREATMENT WITH ANTILYMPHOCYTIC SERUM
ALLERGIC ADRENALITIS IN ADRENAL ISOGRAFTS
THE IMMUNODEPRESSIVE ACTIVITY OF N-DIAZOACETYLGLYCINE AMIDE IN SOME TRANSPLANTATION SYSTEMS
INCREASED GROWTH OF VIRUSES IN LYMPHOCYTES TREATED WITH HETEROLOGOUS ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERUM
Late failure in cadaveric allografts
Prevention of rapid immune elimination of antilymphocytic globulin in transplant patients
Immunoglobulin determinants on the surface of human lymphocytes
Allograft survival after treatment with antilymphocyte serum combined with immunosuppressive drugs
Assay for the immunosuppressive capacity of antilymphocyte serum
Ultrasonic method for detecting rejection of human renal allotransplantation
Production of severe atheroma in a transplanted human heart
Participation of antibodies in acute cardiac allograft rejection in man
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INFORMATION RESOURCE ON ANIMAL MODELS AND GENETIC STOCKS
IMMUNOLOGICAL TOLERANCE TO FEMALE WATTLE ISOGRAFTS IN MALE CHICKENS
HISTOINCOMPATIBILITY ASSOCIATED WITH THE Z CHROMOSOME IN CHICKENS
EFFECT OF 24-HR PERFUSION WITH YEAST RNA ON CAN1XE KIDNEY ALLOGRAFTS
ABSORPTION OF GUINEA PIG SERUM WITH AGAR
FAILURE OF TRANSPLANTED CELLS FROM YOUNG CHICKS TO SYNTHESIZE THEIR ALLOTYPE
TISSUE-TYPING INSTRUMENTATION USING THE FLUOROCHROMATIC CYTOTOXICITY ASSAY
GUINEA PIG ALLOANTIGENS STUDIED BY A CYTOTOXIC TEST WITH LYMPHOCYTES