A STUDY OF THE MECHANISM OF SKIN ALLOGRAFT TOLERANCE INDUCED BY CELL-FREE TISSUE EXTRACTS II. FACTORS BEHIND THE MAINTENANCE OF THE TOLERANT STATUS
ATTEMPTED IMMUNOLOGICAL ALTERATION OF CANINE RENAL ALLOGRAFT DONORS
SOLUBLE TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS FURTHER STUDIES OF THEIR TOLEROGENIC PROPERTIES
MITOGEN-STIMULATED LYMPHOCYTE INHIBITION BY SUPERNATANTS OF CROWDED LYMPHOCYTOBLASTS
IMMUNOLOGICAL ENHANCEMENT OF PRIMARILY VASCULARIZED RAT HEART XENOTRANSPLANTS IN MICE
RADIO-FIBRINOGEN CATABOLISM STUDIES IN HUMAN RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS
DIFFERENT WAYS OF USING GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE ACCEPTANCE OF RAT SPLEEN ALLOGRAFTS IN THE SAME DONOR-RECIPIENT PAIRING
STORAGE OF HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
THE EXPRESSION OF A PHASE-SPECIFIC FOETAL ANTIGEN ON RAT EMBRYO CELLS
FURTHER STUDIES ON THE PROPERTIES OF LYMPHOCYTES FROM AGING NEONATALLY THYMECTOMISED RATS
GLYCOPROTEINS IN PREGNANCY SERUM WHICH INTERACT WITH CONCANAVALIN A AND MAY SUPPRESS LYMPHOCYTE TRANSFORMATION
PROBIT ANALYSIS OF CYTOTOXICITY DATA
SEPARATION OF MURINE LYMPHOID CELLS USING NYLON WOOL COLUMNS RECOVERY OF THE B CELL-ENRICHED POPULATION
HYPOTHERMIC PERFUSION-PRESERVATION OF DOG KIDNEYS FOR 48–72 HOURS WITHOUT PLASMA DERIVATIVES OR MEMBRANE OXYGENATION
THE 11,000-DALTON COMPONENT OF MOUSE II-2 ISOLATION AND IDENTIFCATION
PERTINENT FEATURES OF M LOCUS DETERMINANTS INCLUDING REVISED NOMENCLATURE AND STRAIN DISTRIBUTION
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