MECHANISMS OF T CELL RECOGNITION OF ALLOANTIGEN
DEVELOPMENT OF TOLERANCE TO CLASS II-MISMATCHED RENAL TRANSPLANTS AFTER A SHORT COURSE OF CYCLOSPORINE THERAPY IN MINIATURE SWINE
EFFECT OF MICROENCAPSULATION ON OXYGEN DISTRIBUTION IN ISLETS ORGANS
TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT CORONARY REACTIVITY AFTER PERFUSION WITH UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SOLUTION IN THE ISOLATED RAT HEART
COMPARISON OF FOUR METHODS FOR MASS HEPATOCYTE ISOLATION FROM PIG AND HUMAN LIVERS
THE ROLE OF DYNAMIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIAL LIVER DONORS
LIVER PROCUREMENT WITHOUT IN SITU PORTAL PERFUSION
LOCAL PRODUCTION OF CYTOKINES IN THE HUMAN CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT
PATERNITY BY CARDIAC TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF GLUCOCORTICOID PHARMACODYNAMICS ASSESSED BY ANTILYMPHOCYTE ACTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
TOLERANCE TO RAT LIVER ALLOGRAFTS
MECHANISMS OF HYPERACUTE REJECTION IN PORCINE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
VENTRICULAR EXPRESSION OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR GENE AFTER ORTHOTOPIC CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION
CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN TRANSPLANTED MOUSE HEARTS
XENOGENEIC HUMORAL RESPONSES TO ISLETS TRANSPLANTED IN BIOHYBRID DIFFUSION CHAMBERS
ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT CELL-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY AGAINST PORCINE ENDOTHELIUM INDUCED BY A MAJORITY OF HUMAN SERA
CYCLOSPORINE ENHANCES THE SYNTHESIS OF SELECTED EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX PROTEINS BY RENAL CELLS “IN CULTURE”
IgG ANTIBODIES AGAINST AN HLA ANTIGEN ARE ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVATED CYTOTOXIC T CELLS AGAINST THIS ANTIGEN, IgM ARE NOT
LIVER TRANSPLANTATION FOR CHRONIC HEPATITIS B IN ASIANS
SERUM LIPID CHANGES IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS IN A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL OF CYCLOSPORINE VERSUS FK506
THE ACUCISE CATHETER: A NEW ENDOUROLOGICAL METHOD FOR CORRECTING TRANSPLANT URETERIC STENOSIS
THE RELATIONSHIP OF GLUCOSE DISAPPEARANCE RATE (kG) TO ACUTE PANCREAS ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
ADENOVIRUS-INDUCED HEMORRHAGIC CYSTITIS IN ASSOCIATION WITH CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION IN RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS
A COMPARISON OF PRESERVATION SOLUTIONS FOR SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION IN THE RAT
DISCORDANT CELLULAR XENOGRAFTS REVASCULARIZED IN INTERMEDIATE ATHYMIC HOSTS FAIL TO INDUCE A HYPERACUTE REJECTION WHEN TRANSPLANTED TO IMMUNOCOMPETENT RATS