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THE INFLUENCE OF IMMUNOSUPPRESSION AND ALLO-GRAFTING ON VIRUS-INDUCED LYMPHATIC LEUKEMIA IN MICE
CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE-INDUCED TOLERANCE TO EQUINE γ-GLOBULIN AND TO EQUINE ANTIMOUSE THYMOCYTE GLOBULIN IN ADULT MICE
CELL POPULATION CHANGES IN REGENERATING THYMUS GRAFTS
SYNERGY OF ANTIHOST ANTISERUM WITH DONOR SPLEEN CELLS IN THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION
RADIOISOTOPIC EVALUATION OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTS WITH THE DIGITAL AUTOFLUOROSCOPE
RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF NONIMMUNOCOMPETENT THYMUS CELLS TO THE ACTION OF ANTISERUM TO THYMUS RIBOSOMAL FRACTION
IMMUNE RESPONSE TO MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS
XENOGENEIC RENAL PRESERVATION FOR TRANSPLANTATION IN PRIMATES
IMMUNOCHEMICAL MEASUREMENT OF THE INHIBITION OF C3 CONVERSION AFTER ALLOTRANSPLANTATION
INHIBITION OF C3 CONVERSION AFTER ALLOTRANSPLANTATION
QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION OF MOUSE TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS BY TWO IN VITRO METHODS
IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES ON ELUATES FROM HUMAN RENAL ALLOGRAFTS
REPRESSED GROWTH OF C57BL MARROW IN HYBRID HOSTS REVERSED BY ANTISERA DIRECTED AGAINST NON-H-2 ALLOANTIGENS
A CHANGE IN HL-A PHENOTYPE ASSOCIATED WITH A SPECIFIC BLOCKING FACTOR IN THE SERUM OF AN INFANT WITH SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISEASE
A COMPARISON OF HYPERACUTE CANINE RENAL ALLOGRAFT AND SHEEP-TO-DOG XENOGRAFT REJECTION
ISOANTIGENS OF CULTURED HUMAN LYMPHOID CELLS
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE AND L-ASPARAGINASE IN THE INBRED RAT RENAL TRANSPLANT MODE
MALIGNANCY AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSION
GENETIC CONTROL OF THE IMMUNE RESPONSE
TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR PRESERVATION OF KIDNEYS INJURED BY PROLONGED WARM ISCHAEMIA
DIFFERENTIAL IMMUNOGENICITY OF D- AND K-END ANTIGENS AND ITS POSSIBLE SIGNIFICANCE FOR HL-A
EFFECT OF IN SITU PERFUSION OF DONOR LUNG ON THE SURVIVAL OF CANINE LUNG ALLOGRAFT
STUDIES ON THE SERUM FRACTION CONTAINING SOLUBLE INHIBITORS OF ANTI-HL-A SERA
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF ANTILYMPHOCYTE ANTIBODY ISOLATED FROM A SPECIFIC IMMUNOADSORBENT
TRYPSINIZATION OF LYMPHOCYTES FOR HL-A TYPING
PLATELET ADHERENCE IN THE PIG LIVER PERFUSED WITH HUMAN BLOOD
MODIFICATION OF THE MIXED LEUKOCYTE REACTION WITH VARIOUS ANTISERA