THE USE OF VIABLE FROZEN LYMPHOCYTES FOR STUDIES IN HUMAN TUMOR IMMUNOLOGY
A HETEROPHILE SYSTEM IN HUMAN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
HUMORAL ANTIBODY RESPONSES FOLLOWING TRANSPLANTATION IN MAN
SOLUBLE MEMBRANE ANTIGEN FRACTIONS THAT REACT WITH RAT ENHANCING ALLOANTIBODIES
COMPARISON OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANT SURVIVAL AMONG TRANSPLANT CENTERS
PAPAIN-SOLUBILIZED Ag-B ANTIGENS
EFFECT OF TIME ON SENSITIZATION TO HEMOPOIETIC GRAFTS BY PRECEDING BLOOD TRANSFUSION
HL-A ANTIBODY RESPONSE IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKAEMIA TREATED BY IMMUNOTHERAPY
LYMPHOCYTE STIMULATION WITH SKIN CELLS
A SENSITIVE PRIMARY IMMUNOASSAY PROCEDURE FOR ASSESSING THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO ANTILYMPHOCYTE γ-GLOBULIN IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF CONVENTIONAL AND SPECIFIC ANTILTMPHOCYTE SERA IN RODENTS
LINKAGE DISEQUILIBRIUM IN HETEROGENEOUS POPULATIONS
GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTIONS IN ISOHISTOGENIC RATS
SELECTIVE SUPPRESSION OF MURINE ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT CELL-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY BY AZATHIOPRINE
MIXED LYMPHOCYTE CULTURE STUDIES IN PIGS WHICH SURVIVE TRANSPLANTS WITHOUT IMMUNOSUPPRESSION