LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF AUXILIARY PARTIAL LIVER GRAFTS IN DLA-IDENTICAL LITTERMATE BEAGLES
COMBINATION PERFUSION–COLD STORAGE FOR OPTIMUM CADAVER KIDNEY FUNCTION AND UTILIZATION
FLUSH SOLUTION 2, A NEW CONCEPT FOR ONE-TO-THREE-DAY HYPOTHERMIC RENAL STORAGE PRESERVATION
IN VITRO EVIDENCE FOR DEFECTIVE AFFERENT IMMUNE FUNCTION IN LONG-TERM RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS
CYCLOSPORINE PLASMA LEVELS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS
REMOVAL OF MARROW T CELLS WITH OKT3-OKT11 MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AND COMPLEMENT TO PREVENT ACUTE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE
INFLUENCE OF IN VIVO IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUGS ON PRODUCTION OF LYMPHOKINES
THE ROLE OF AZATHIOPRINE REDUCTION IN LATE RENAL ALLOGRAFT FAILURE
LACK OF INFLUENCE OF DONOR-RECIPIENT DIFFERENCES IN SUBTYPIC HLA-A,B ANTIGENS (SPLITS) ON THE OUTCOME OF CADAVER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
GENERATION OF MOUSE CYTOLYTIC T CELLS AGAINST HUMAN CONCANAVALIN A BLASTS
NATURE OF THE SUPPRESSOR CELLS MEDIATING PROLONGED GRAFT SURVIVAL AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF EXTRACTED HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGEN AND CYCLOSPORINE
EVIDENCE THAT RAT RENAL ALLOGRAFTS ARE REJECTED BY CYTOTOXIC T CELLS AND NOT BY NONSPECIFIC EFFECTORS
COMPARISON OF ALTERED EXPRESSION OF HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS WITH ALTERED IMMUNE FUNCTION IN MURINE SPLEEN CELLS TREATED WITH ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION AND/OR TPA
ADOPTIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY OF METASTATIC B16 MELANOMA WITH ALLOGENEIC IMMUNE CELLS SENSITIZED TO MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS
DLA-D-SPECIFIC SUPPRESSOR CELLS CHARACTERIZED BY MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES
HUMORAL IMMUNITY TO HETEROTOPIC CORNEAL ALLOGRAFTS IN THE RAT
CELLULAR IMMUNITY TO HETEROTOPIC CORNEAL ALLOGRAFTS IN THE RAT
LY-1+2- SUPPRESSOR T CELLS INHIBIT THE EXPRESSION OF PASSIVELY TRANSFERRED ANTITUMOR IMMUNITY BY SUPPRESSING THE GENERATION OF CYTOLYTIC T CELLS
DRUG-INDUCED TOLERANCE TO ALLOGRAFTS IN MICE
GENETIC CONTROL OF PRODUCTION OF IgG ANTIBODY AGAINST ALLOGENEIC ERYTHROCYTES IN RATS
CELL-MEDIATED HYPERACUTE REJECTION VIII. THE RECIPIENT'S ROLE IN ADOPTIVE TRANSFER
REJECTION OF ALLOGENEIC HEPATOCYTES AND FETAL HEPATIC TISSUE TRANSPLANTED INTO THE RAT SPLEEN
IN VITRO CORRELATES OF IN VIVO SKIN GRAFT REJECTION IN XENOPUS