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Superiority of sirolimus (rapamycin) over cyclosporine in augmenting allograft and xenograft survival in mice treated with antilymphocyte serum and donor-specific bone marrow.
Effect of posttransplantation administration of peripheral blood lymphocytes in skin-grafted mice treated with antilymphocyte serum or antilymphocyte serum plus bone marrow.
The use of donor-specific antigen for the induction of immunologic unresponsiveness to experimental and clinical allografts.
Induction of unresponsiveness to skin allografts in adult mice disparate at defined regions of the H-2 complex. I. Effect of donor-specific bone marrow in ALS-treated mice.
Mouse skin graft prolongation with donor strain bone marrow and anti-lymphocyte serum: surface markers of the active bone marrow cells.
Immunosuppression and tolerance for clinical organ allografts.
Induction of unresponsiveness to skin allografts in adult mice disparate at defined regions of the H-2 complex. II. Effect of pre-graft donor-specific blood transfusions in ALS-treated mice.
Prolongation of skin allograft survival in antilymphocyte serum-treated mice by posttransplant administration of peripheral blood lymphocytes.
Graft Enhancement, Immunologic
Graft Enhancement Immunologic