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INDUCTION OF GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE BY SMALL INTESTINAL ALLOTRANSPLANTATION IN RATS
FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
BLOOD EOSINOPHILIA, STEROIDS, AND REJECTION
TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE MEDIATED BY SUPPRESSOR T CELLS AND SUPPRESSIVE ANTIBODY IN A RECIPIENT OF A RENAL TRANSPLANT
MONOCYTE PROCOAGULANT ACTIVITY AND PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR
LACK OF A REQUIREMENT FOR A MATERNAL HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSE TO ESTABLISH OR MAINTAIN SUCCESSFUL ALLOGENEIC PREGNANCY
THE BIOLOGIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MIXED LYMPHOCYTE KIDNEY CULTURE IN HUMANS
THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE ACTION OF SUPPRESSOR CELLS FROM ANTIGEN-CYCLOSPORINE-TREATED HOSTS ON RENAL ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL
SUPPRESSION OF ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO TRANSFUSIONS IN RATS BY PRECONDITIONING WITH ANTIBODY-COATED CELLS
LETHAL GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST REACTION INDUCED BY PARENTAL CELLS IN THE CLAWED FROG, XENOPUS LAEVIS
LYMPHOID CELL CHIMERISM AND TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE INDUCED BY BURSAL AND POSTBUASAL CELLS
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE ACTIVITIES OF RAT ANTISERA RAISED AGAINST SUPERNATES FROM SKIN-GRAFT-PRIMED CELLS
THE INDUCTION OF IMMUNOLOGIC TOLERANCE IN NEWBORN MICE BY SPLEEN CELLS DIFFERING IN H-2K OR H-2D, BUT NOT “I-J,” GENOTYPE
SUPPRESSION OF ANTIGRAFT EMMUNITY BY PREIMMUNIZATION
EXPRESSION OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX ANTIGENS IN THE THYMUSES OF CHIMERIC MICE
GRAFT REJECTION IN A CONGENIC PANEL OF RATS WITH DEFINED IMMUNE RESPONSE GENES FOR MHC CLASS I ANTIGENS
GRAFT REJECTION IN A CONGENIC PANEL OF RATS WITH DEFINED IMMUNE RESPONSE GENES FOR CLASS I ANTIGENS
AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR ISOLATION OF MOUSE PANCREATIC ISLETS
DRUG-INDUCED TOLERANCE TO ALLOGRAFTS IN MICE
LACK OF EVIDENCE FOR AN ACTIVE ROLE FOR NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN ACUTE REJECTION OF ORGAN ALLOGRAFTS
POTENTIATION OF CYCLOSPORINE BY VERAPAMIL IN VITRO
THROMBOSIS AND RECANALIZATION OF THE PORTAL VEIN IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED COMPARISON OF ANTILYMPHOBLAST GLOBULIN VERSUS ANTITHYMOCYTE GLOBULIN FOR CADAVER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY RADIOIMMUNODETECTION OF TRANSPLANT REJECTION
THE POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEPATIC DRUG METABOLISM AND KETOCONAZOLE ENHANCEMENT OF CYCLOSPORINE NEPHROTOXICITY
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