PROLONGATION OF IN VIVO MOUSE ISLET ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL BY MODULATION OF MHC CLASS I ANTIGENs
CDR-GRAFTED OKT4A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY IN CYNOMOLGUS RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS1,2
RETRANSPLANTATION IN MINIATURE SWINE
OBVIATION OF PREREPERFUSION RINSING AND DECREASE IN PRESERVATION/REPERFUSION INJURY IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION BY PORTAL BLOOD FLUSHING1
ENHANCEMENT OF THE RECOVERY OF RAT HEARTS AFTER PROLONGED COLD STORAGE BY CYCLOCREATINE PHOSPHATE1,2
EFFECTS OF CANINE DONOR HEART PRESERVATION TEMPERATURE ON POSTTRANSPLANT LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION AND MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM1,2
THE IMPACT OF THE QUALITY OF INITIAL GRAFT FUNCTION ON CADAVER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS1,2
IMPROVEMENT IN AUTONOMIC AND GASTRIC FUNCTION FOLLOWING PANCREAS-KIDNEY VERSUS KIDNEY-ALONE TRANSPLANTATION AND THE CORRELATION WITH QUALITY OF LIFE1,2
RETRANSPLANTATION IN HEPATITIS B—A MULTICENTER EXPERIENCE1
TRANSMISSION OF HEPATITIS C BY KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION—THE RISKS1
DEPLETION OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS FROM PROCURED KIDNEYS USING PULSATILE PERFUSION PRESERVATION1,2
SMALL INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION IN HUMANS WITH OR WITHOUT THE COLON1,2
A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF FK506 VERSUS CYCLOSPORINE AFTER HUMAN PULMONARY TRANSPLANTATION1
PERIPHERAL BLOOD CHIMERISM IN RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS TRANSFUSED WITH DONOR BONE MARROW1,2
THE IMPACT OF AN ACUTE REJECTION EPISODE ON LONG-TERM RENAL ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL (t1/2)1,2
FK506 “RESCUE” FOR RESISTANT REJECTION OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTS UNDER PRIMARY CYCLOSPORINE IMMUNOSUPPRESSION1
REDUCTION OF CYCLOSPORINE-INDUCED NEPHROTOXICITY BY CILASTATIN FOLLOWING CLINICAL HEART TRANSPLANTATION1
EFFECT OF DONOR AGE ON OUTCOME OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY OF ACYCLOVIR VERSUS GANCICLOVIR PLUS HUMAN IMMUNE GLOBULIN PROPHYLAXIS OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION AFTER SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION1,2
THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG DONOR-RECIPIENT HLA MISMATCHES, REJECTION, AND DEATH FROM CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN CARDIAC TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS1
A PRELIMINARY REPORT OF DILTIAZEM AND KETOCONAZOLE
A ROLE FOR TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-BETA IN THE VETO MECHANISM IN TRANSPLANT TOLERANCE1,2
NEUTROPHIL ADHESION AND COMPLEMENT INHIBITION PROLONGS SURVIVAL OF CARDIAC XENOGRAFTS IN DISCORDANT SPECIES1
THE IMPORTANCE OF NONIMMUNE FACTORS IN RECONSTITUTION BY DISCORDANT XENOGENEIC HEMATOPOIETIC CELLS1,2
DONOR SPECIES COMPLEMENT AFTER LIVER XENOTRANSPLANTATION
THE ROLE OF ANTI-PIG ANTIBODY IN PIG-TO-BABOON CARDIAC XENOTRANSPLANT REJECTION1
THE INCREASED EFFICACY AND DECREASED NEPHROTOXICITY OF A CYCLOSPORINE LIPOSOME1,2
ABROGATION BY RAPAMYCIN OF ACCELERATED REJECTION IN SENSITIZED RATS BY INHIBITION OF ALLOANTIBODY RESPONSES AND SELECTIVE SUPPRESSION OF INTRAGRAFT MONONUCLEAR AND ENDOTHELIAL CELL ACTIVATION, CYTOKINE PRODUCTION, AND CELL ADHESION1,2
THE ABSENCE OF CONSTITUTIVE AND INDUCED EXPRESSION OF CRITICAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULES ON HUMAN CARDIAC MYOCYTES
THE FAILURE OF INTRATHYMIC TRANSPLANTATION OF NONIMMUNOGENIC ISLET ALLOGRAFTS TO PROMOTE INDUCTION OF DONOR-SPECIFIC UNRESPONSIVENESS1,2
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN DONOR CHARACTERISTICS AND THE SUCCESS OF HUMAN ISLET ISOLATION1,2
PROTECTION OF PIG KIDNEY (PK15) CELLS FROM THE CYTOTOXIC EFFECT OF ANTI-PIG ANTIBODIES BY α-GALACTOSYL OLIGOSACCHARIDES1
IDENTIFICATION OF PATIENTS AT RISK FOR INFERIOR RENAL ALLOGRAFT OUTCOME BY A STRONGLY POSITIVE B CELL FLOW CYTOMETRY CROSSMATCH1
TRANSMISSION OF CNS MALIGNANCY BY ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION1,2
THE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF COMBINED ANTIBODY AND COMPLEMENT DEPLETION ON DISCORDANT CARDIAC XENOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES1,2