FURTHER STUDIES ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE THYMUS TO HEMOPOIESIS1
THE REACTION OF ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERUM WITH LYMPHOCYTES
OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF HORSE ANTIPIG LEUCOCYTE SERA IN SUPPRESSING THE REJECTION OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTS IN PIGS
EFFECT OF N-DIAZOACETYLGLYCINE AMIDE ON THE IMMUNE RESPONSE OF MICE TO SHEEP RED BLOOD CELLS
IN VITRO SENSITIZATION TO TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS
IN VITRO SENSITIZATION TO TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS
GENETIC LINKAGE RELATIONSHIPS OF LOCI SPECIFYING DIFFERENTIATION ALLOANTIGENS IN THE MOUSE
RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN THE RABBIT
EXTRANEOUS LYMPHOCYTIC HL-A ANTIGENS IN SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISEASE
HYBRID RESISTANCE TO PARENTAL WB/Re BONE MARROW GRAFTS
EFFECTS OF CELL MEMBRANES WITH AND WITHOUT ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERUM ON SKIN AND HEART ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL
EVALUATION OF A NEW PERFUSION SOLUTION FOR KIDNEY PRESERVATION
PROLIFERATION OF DONOR HEMATOPOIETIC CELLS IN LETHALLY IRRADIATED HOST MICE1
THE EFFECTS OF TREATMENT ON THE ARTERIAL LESIONS OF RAT AND RABBIT CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS
HISTOCOMPATIBILITY-2 SYSTEM IN WILD MICE
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ESTABLISHED GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE IN MICE
TISSUE- AND SPECIES-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES IN ANTITHYMOCYTE GLOBULIN
ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERUM AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE IN THE INDUCTION OF TOLERANCE TO SKIN ALLOGRAFTS IN GUINEA PIGS
CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
ACTIVE ENHANCEMENT OF RAT RENAL ALLOGRAFTS WITH SOLUBLE SPLENIC ANTIGEN1
REPOPULATION OF ENDOTHELIUM IN CHIMERAS?
INDUCTION OF RUNT DISEASE IN NEWBORN RATS BY PROLONGED ANTIGENIC STIMULATION WITH ACELLULAR TISSUE EXTRACTS1
ATTEMPTED ANTIGENIC ALTERATION OF CANINE KIDNEYS BY 24− OR 48-HR PERFUSION WITH IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS
EXPANDED HL-A PHENOTYPES OF HUMAN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES AFTER TRYPSINIZATION1
IS ANTIBODY ESSENTIAL FOR ENHANCEMENT OF SKIN ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL FOLLOWING PREINJECTION OF DONOR LYMPHOCYTE ANTIGENS?
POLY-2-VINYLPYRIDINE N-OXIDE REVERSES THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF SILICA AND CARRAGEENAN
PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON IMMUNITY IN BALB/c MICE TO A MYELOMA TUMOR OF BALB/c ORIGIN
REMOVAL AND RESYNTHESIS OF HL-A2,5, AND 12 DETERMINANTS AT THE SURFACE OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES1