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SUPPRESSOR CELLS AND TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE1
MITOTIC BEHAVIOUR AND PROLIFERATIVE METABOLISM IN ALLOGENIC RAT KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS IN THE FIRST 6 DAYS AFTER RECIRCULATION
EVALUATION OF ENDOMYOCARDIAL BIOPSY IN THE DIAGNOSIS
IS THE PRESENCE OF SEROLOGICALLY DEFINED TARGET CELL ANTIGENS SUFFICIENT FOR BINDING OF CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES?1
ARE TUMOR-ASSOCIATED TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS OF CHEMICALLY INDUCED SARCOMAS RELATED TO ALIEN HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS?
DETECTION OF H-Y ANTIGEN BY FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY1
THE COURSE OF PANCREAS ALLOGRAFTS IN RATS CONDITIONED BY SPLEEN ALLOGRAFTS1
XENOANTIBODY DIRECTED AGAINST MOLECULAR COMPONENTS OF THE HLA SYSTEM QUANTITATION OF ANTIBODY TO SEROLOGICALLY DEFINED HLA COMPLEXES ON THE CELL SURFACE1
IMMUNOBIOLOGY OF THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION I. SYMPTOMS OF GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE IN MICE ARE PRECEDED BY DELAYED-TYPE HYPERSENSITIVITY TO HOST HlSTOCOMPATIBILlTY ANTIGENS1
CORRELATION BETWEEN AN ABERRANT SEROLOGICAL RESPONSE TO TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS AND RENAL ALLOGRAFT ENHANCEMENT IN ALLOGENEIC RECIPIENTS
LYMPHOCYTOTOXIC ANTIBODIES AND ANTIGLOBULINS IN RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS CORRELATIVE STUDY WITH ACUTE REJECTION1
AUGMENTATION OF RAT GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION BY COLLOIDAL CARBON1
HEPATIC SUPPRESSION OF SENSITIZATION TO ANTIGEN TRANSPORTED IN THE PORTAL VEIN
CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPPRESSOR CELLS INDUCED BY FETAL BOVINE SERUM IN MURINE LYMPHOID CELL CULTURES1
HEMODYNAMICS OF GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTIONS IN THE RAT LYMPH NODE
BILE DUCT BLOOD SUPPLY. Its Importance in Human Liver Transplatation 1
HLA-INDEPENDENT CELL-MEDIATED ALLOIMMUNITY DETECTED BY A MICROCYTOTOXICITY ASSAY1