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Introduction
Xenotransplantation: Towards clinical practice. 4th Xenotransplantation Congress Highlights
Xenoantigens and xenoantibodies
Role of anti-donor antibody in the rejection of pig proislet xenografts in mice
Expression of factor I-resistant mutants of the human complement component C3 in heterologous systems
Complement inhibition by FUT-175 and K76-COOH in a pig-to-human lung xenotransplant model
Pulmonary injury in recipients of discordant hepatic and renal xenografts in the dog-to-pig model
The molecular mechanism of apoptosis induced by xenogeneic cytotoxicity
Xenogeneic human serum promotes leukocyte adhesion to porcine endothelium under flow conditions, possibly through the activation of the transcription factor NF-κB
Tyrosine phosphorylation following lectin mediated endothelial cell stimulation
Importance of CD49d-VCAM interactions in human monocyte adhesion to porcine endothelium
Characterization of a murine monoclonal antibody specific for swine β1 integrin
In vitro accommodation of porcine endothelial cells by low dose human anti-pig antibody: Reduced binding of human lymphocytes by accommodated cells associated with increased nitric oxide production
The strength of cell-mediated xenograft rejection in the mouse is due to the CD4+ indirect response
Functionally and phenotypically mature mouse CD8+ T cells develop in porcine thymus grafts in mice