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CD28-B7 T-cell co-stimulatory blockade potentiates the effects of intrathymic immunomodulation in sensitized graft recipients.

CD28-B7 T-cell co-stimulatory blockade potentiates the effects of intrathymic immunomodulation in sensitized graft recipients. Transplantation. 1997 Dec 27; 64(12):1816-22.

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