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RECURRENT GLOMERULONEPHRITIS FOLLOWING RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
T-CELL COSTIMULATORY BLOCKADE IN EXPERIMENTAL CHRONIC CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
BONE FORMATION IN VIVO: COMPARISON OF OSTEOGENESIS BY TRANSPLANTED MOUSE AND HUMAN MARROW STROMAL FIBROBLASTS
L-ARGININE AND ALLOPURINOL PROTECT AGAINST CYCLOSPORINE NEPHROTOXICITY1
A CONTROLLED ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSJUGULAR INTRAHEPATIC PORTOSYSTEMIC SHUNT IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
IDIOPATHIC PNEUMONIA SYNDROME
MURINE OKT4A IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN CADAVER DONOR RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS
INHIBITION OF INDUCIBLE NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE AMELIORATES FUNCTIONAL AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES OF ACUTE LUNG ALLOGRAFT REJECTION1,2
SEQUENTIAL CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR KINETICS IN ACUTELY REJECTING RENAL ALLOGRAFTS IN RATS1
PROLONGED MURINE CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT ACCEPTANCE
THE IMMUNE RESPONSE FOLLOWING SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION
CD8+ EFFECTOR CELLS RESPONDING TO RESIDUAL CLASS I ANTIGENS, WITH HELP FROM CD4+ CELLS STIMULATED INDIRECTLY, CAUSE REJECTION OF “MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX-DEFICIENT” SKIN GRAFTS1
DISCORDANT EXPRESSION OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS II ANTIGENS AND INVARIANT CHAIN IN INTERSTITIAL DENDRITIC CELLS
ACTIVATION OF ALLOREACTIVE NATURAL KILLER CELLS IS RESISTANT TO CYCLOSPORINE1
MODULATION OF THE T CELL COMPARTMENT BY BLOOD TRANSFUSION
CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTE CHANGES AFTER HLA-DR MATCH AND HLA-DR MISMATCH BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS1,2
EFFECT OF ONE-HLA-HAPLOTYPE-MATCHED AND HLA-MISMATCHED BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS ON RECIPIENT T LYMPHOCYTE ALLOREPERTOIRES1
ENGRAFTED HUMAN T AND B LYMPHOCYTES FORM MIXED FOLLICLES IN LYMPHOID ORGANS OF HUMAN/MOUSE AND HUMAN/RAT RADIATION CHIMERA1
XENOSPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES
ACETAMINOPHEN ABSORPTION TEST AS A MARKER OF SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANT REJECTION
POST-OKT3 INDUCTION THERAPY CD COMPLEX RESPONSE PREDICTS RENAL ALLOGRAFT REJECTION1
RECURRENT TYPE III MEMBRANOPROLIFERATIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
A CASE OF DISSEMINATED INFECTION WITH Nocardia brasiliensis IN A LUNG TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT
COMPLEMENTARY DATA ABOUT THE INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULINS IN VITRO AND IN VIVO
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