CAN GRAFT ENDOTHELIAL CELLS INITIATE A HOST ANTI-GRAFT IMMUNE RESPONSE?1
LACK OF SUSCEPTIBILITY OF BABOONS TO INFECTION WITH HEPATITIS B VIRUS
SKIN ALLOGRAFT REJECTION IN CD28-DEFICIENT MICE1
SHORT COURSE SINGLE AGENT THERAPY WITH AN LFA-3-IgG1 FUSION PROTEIN PROLONGS PRIMATE CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL1,2
ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE DELIVERY TO THE CORNEAL ENDOTHELIUM1
SMALL BOWEL PRESERVATION USING A CAVITARY TWO-LAYER (UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SOLUTION/PERFLUOROCHEMICAL) COLD STORAGE METHOD
DO U.S. TRANSPLANT CENTERS ENCOURAGE EMOTIONALLY RELATED KIDNEY DONATION?
FIBROSING CHOLESTATIC HEPATITIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
CYCLOSPORINE PREVENTS THE INCREASE IN GLOMERULAR ALBUMIN PERMEABILITY CAUSED BY SERUM FROM PATIENTS WITH FOCAL SEGMENTAL GLOMERULAR SCLEROSIS
IMPACT OF DONOR/RECIPIENT SIZE MATCHING ON OUTCOMES IN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION1
REDUCED RENAL ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL IS RELATED TO LOW URINARYN- ACETYL-β-D-GLUCOSAMINIDASE EXCRETION DURING THE FIRST POSTTRANSPLANT MONTH1
EFFECTS OF COLD ISCHEMIA TIME ON THE GRAFT AFTER ORTHOTOPIC LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
PULMONARY INFECTIONS IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS RECEIVING TACROLIMUS
INCREASED INFECTIONS IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS WITH RECURRENT HEPATITIS C VIRUS HEPATITIS
THE VALUE OF EARLY TRANSJUGULAR LIVER BIOPSY AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
THE DELETERIOUS EFFECT OF DONOR HIGH PLASMA SODIUM AND EXTENDED PRESERVATION IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
RECONSTITUTION OF CUTANEOUS NEURAL-IMMUNOLOGICAL NETWORKS FOLLOWING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION1
HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS EARLY INFECTION, ACUTE REJECTION, AND MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY CLASS II EXPRESSION IN TRANSPLANTED LUNG
CYTOLYTIC THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF BRONCHIOLITIS OBLITERANS SYNDROME FOLLOWING LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
NOSOCOMIAL COAGULASE-NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS IN BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION RECIPIENTS WITH CENTRAL VEIN CATHETER
ORAL PRESENTATION OF POSTTRANSPLANTATION LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS
REPEAT HLA-B AND -DR LOCI MISMATCHING AT SECOND LIVER TRANSPLANTATION IMPROVES PATIENT SURVIVAL
ORGAN CULTURE FOR THYMUS TRANSPLANTATION1
INDUCTION OF SPECIFIC ALLOGRAFT IMMUNITY BY SOLUBLE CLASS I MHC HEAVY CHAIN PROTEIN PRODUCED IN A BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION SYSTEM1
BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF GRAFT PERFUSION WITH ANTI-T CELL RECEPTOR MONOCLONAL ANTIBOCIES ON SURVIVAL OF SMALL BOWEL ALLOGRAFTS IN RAT RECIPIENTS TREATED WITH BREQUINAR ALONE OR IN COMBINATION WITH CYCLOSPORINE AND SIROLIMUS1
THE EFFECTS OF BLOOD TRANSFUSION ON CYTOKINE PRODUCTION BY TH1 AND TH2 LYMPHOCYTES IN THE MOUSE
ADDITIONAL MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY (mAB) INJECTIONS CAN REPLACE THYMIC IRRADIATION TO ALLOW INDUCTION OF MIXED CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE IN MICE RECEIVING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION AFTER CONDITIONING WITH ANTI-T CELL mABs AND 3-GY WHOLE BODY IRRADIATION1
MECHANISM BY WHICH ADDITIONAL MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY (mAB) INJECTIONS OVERCOME THE REQUIREMENT FOR THYMIC IRRADIATION TO ACHIEVE MIXED CHIMERISM IN MICE RECEIVING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION AFTER CONDITIONING WITH ANTI-T CELL mABs AND 3-GY WHOLE BODY IRRADIATION1
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF COSTIMULATOR SIGNALS AND INTERLEUKIN-2 ON T CELL RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CELL DEATH OF RESTING AND ACTIVATED CD4+ MURINE SPLENIC T CELLS1
ADMINISTRATION OF RABBIT ANTI-ASIALO GM1 ANTISERUM FACILITATES THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS-INDUCED LYMPHOPROLIFERATIONS IN XENOGRAFTED C.B-17 SCID/SCID MICE1,2
OPTIMAL CONTROL OF INTERFERON-γ AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-α BY INTERLEUKIN-10 PRODUCED IN RESPONSE TO ONE HLA-DR MISMATCH DURING THE PRIMARY MIXED LYMPHOCYTE REACTION1
LONG-TERM ACCEPTANCE OF PRIMARILY VASCULARIZED RENAL ALLOGRAFTS IN MINIATURE SWINE
INTRATHYMIC TRANSPLANTATION OF FRESH AND CRYOPRESERVED ISLETS FOR THE INDUCTION OF A STATE OF UNRESPONSIVENESS IN RATS1
HYPERHOMOCYSTEINEMIA IN CYCLOSPORINE-TREATED RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS1
MICROEMULSION FORMULATION OF CYCLOSPORINE IN PEDIATRIC LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS-ASSOCIATED HEPATIC SMOOTH MUSCLE NEOPLASM IN A CARDIAC TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT
BONE MARROW AND BLOOD CELLS AS ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS AFTER FAILURE OF A FIRST COLLECTION