Preface
Human IgM Xenoreactive Natural Antibodies can Induce Resistance of Porcine Endothelial Cells to Complement-mediated Injury
Protection from Complement-mediated Injury in Livers and Kidneys of Transgenic Mice Expressing Human Complement Regulators
Reduction in Gal-α1,3-Gal Epitope Expression in Transgenic Mice Expressing Human H-transferase
Pediatric Cardiac Xenograft Growth in a Rhesus Monkey-to-baboon Transplantation Model
Introduction of α(1,2)-fucosyltransferase and its Effect on α-Gal Epitopes in Transgenic Pig
A Line of Transgenic Pigs in which the Expression of Human Decay-accelerating Factor by Endothelial Cells is Increased in the Presence of Inflammatory Stimuli
Donor-specific Growth Factors Promote Swine Hematopoiesis in Severe Combined Immune Deficient Mice
Manipulation of the Anti-αGal Antibody-αGal Epitope System in Experimental Discordant Xenotransplantation
Cellular Xenoresponses: Observation of Significant Primary Indirect Human T Cell Anti-pig Xenoresponses using Co-stimulator-deficient or SLA Class II-negative Porcine Stimulators
Quantitative Evaluation of Porcine Endothelial Cell Antigens Recognized by Human Natural Antibodies: An Analysis by Western Blotting
Longitudinal Analysis of the Expression of Human Decay Accelerating Factor (HDAF) on Lymphocytes, in the Plasma, and in the Skin Biopsies of Transgenic Pigs
Reduction of the Major Porcine Xenoantigen Galα(1,3)Gal by Expression of α(1,2)fucosyltransferase
The Potential Role of Xenogeneic Antigen-presenting Cells in T-cell Co-stimulation
Cellular Xenoresponses: Although Vigorous, Direct Human T Cell Anti-pig Primary Xenoresponses are Significantly Weaker than Equivalent Alloresponses
Human Anti-pig Cell-mediated Cytotoxicity in vitro Involves Non-T as Well as T Cell Components
The Effect of Plasmapheresis and Deoxyspergualin or Cyclophosphamide Treatment on Anti-porcine Gal-α(1,3)-Gal Antibody Levels in Humans