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Academic Article Use of CTLA4-Ig in combination with conventional immunosuppressive agents to prolong allograft survival.
Academic Article Superiority of sirolimus (rapamycin) over cyclosporine in augmenting allograft and xenograft survival in mice treated with antilymphocyte serum and donor-specific bone marrow.
Academic Article Extended skin allo- and xenograft survival in mice treated with rapamycin, antilymphocyte serum, and donor-specific bone marrow transfusion.
Academic Article Determination of an improved sirolimus (rapamycin)-based regimen for induction of allograft tolerance in mice treated with antilymphocyte serum and donor-specific bone marrow.
Academic Article Prolongation of skin allograft survival in mice treated with CTLA-4 Ig in combination with rapamycin or cyclosporine.
Academic Article Use of pharmacologic immunosuppression to augment the specific unresponsiveness (tolerance) to skin allografts induced by donor-specific bone marrow in antilymphocyte serum-treated mice: the unique effect of sirolimus.
Academic Article Effect of rapamycin on renal allograft survival in canine recipients treated with antilymphocyte serum, donor bone marrow, and cyclosporine.
Academic Article Effect of rapamycin on islet and skin xenograft survival.
Academic Article Marked prolongation of rat skin xenografts induced by intrathymic injection of xenogeneic splenocytes and a short course of rapamycin in antilymphocyte serum-treated mice.
Academic Article Synergistic effect of immunosuppressive drug and intrathymic inoculation of donor cells in skin graft survival.
Academic Article Effect of rapamycin on induction of unresponsiveness in ALS-treated, marrow-injected mice.
Academic Article Induction of tolerance to skin allografts by intrathymic injection of donor splenocytes. Effect of donor-recipient strain combination and supplemental rapamycin.
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