EFFECTS OF IN VIVO ADMINISTRATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR HUMAN T CELL SUBPOPULATIONS ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM IN A RHESUS MONKEY MODEL
PROLONGATION OF RAT CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL BY THEATMENT WITH PROSTACYCLIN OR ASPIRIN DURING ACUTE REJECTION
CHARACTERIZATION OF DONOR-DERIVED LYMPHOCYTES IN CHIMERIC RABBITS
RECOVERY OF RENAL FUNCTION AFTER WARM ISCHEMIA
MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TRIAL OF ANTILYMPHOCYTE GLOBULIN IN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
CELL-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY TOWARD THE DONOR IN PATIENTS WITH WELL-FUNCTIONING KIDNEY GRAFTS
BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN
BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF HLA-A AND B MATCHED PRETRANSPLANT BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS ON PRIMARY CADAVERIC KIDNEY GRAFT SURVIVAL
EFFECT OF DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION AND ALG ON THE CIRCASEPTAN (ABOUT 7-DAY) RHYTHM OF HUMAN RENAL ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION FOR SEVERE APLASTIC ANEMIA USING A PHENOTYPICALLY HLA-IDENTICAL, SBCOMPATIBLE UNRELATED DONOR
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY AND REHABILITATION OF RECIPIENTS WITH A FUNCTIONING RENAL ALLOGRAFT FOR TEN YEARS OR MORE
IMMUNOMODULATING INFLUENCE OF ACTIVE METABOLITE OF CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE ON HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE IMMUNOGLOBULIN BIOSYNTHESIS IN VITRO
REGULATION OF CYTOTOXIC REACTIVITY TO MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS BY ADMINISTRATION OF CORYNEBACTERIUM PARVUM
ALTERATIONS IN RAT PULMONARY MACROPHAGE FUNCTION BY THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS CYCLOSPORINE, AZATHIOPRINE, AND PREDNISOLONE
FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF MACROPHAGE ADSORPTION OF SUPPRESSOR CELL ACTIVITY FROM TUMOR-ALLOSENSITIZED SPLEEN
IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE IN IRRADIATED RATS REPOPULATED WITH SYNGENEIC HEMOPOIETIC CELLS
THE RELATIVE ROLES OF MHC AND NON-MHC ANTIGENS IN BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION IN RATS
THE THYMUS DEPENDENCY OF TRANSPLANTATION ALLOTOLERANCE IN THE METAMORPHOSING FROG XENOPUS LAEVIS
PROLONGATION OF SURVIVAL OF A HEART XENOGRAFT BY DEFIBRINATION WITH ANCROD
ALLOGENEIC PLATELETS INCREASE THE SURVIVAL OF RAT RENAL ALLOGRAFTS
TRANSPLANTATION OF LONG-TERM CULTURED BONE MARROW CELLS
NONSPECIFIC SUPPRESSION OF IN VITRO GENERATION OF CYTOTOXIC LYMPHOCYTES BY ALLOGENEIC AND XENOGENEIC EMBRYONIC TISSUES
HISTOLOGICAL VERSUS MORPHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF GRAFT REJECTION IN INVERTEBRATES
IN VIVO ADMINISTRATION OF INTERLEUKIN-2 ENHANCES SPECIFIC ALLOIMMUNE RESPONSES
PANCREATICOCYSTOSTOMY
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