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Induction of graft-versus-host disease by small intestinal allotransplantation in rats.
Indefinite survival following small intestinal transplantation after intrathymic injection of the donor with recipient-type splenocytes in a rat model.
PGG-glucan, a leukocyte-specific immunostimulant, does not potentiate GVHD or allograft rejection.
Long-term survival and tolerance in allogeneic rat small bowel transplant recipients treated with cyclosporine.
The effects of antilymphocyte serum and cyclosporine on orthotopic small bowel allografts in the rat.
Donor intrathymic injection with recipient splenocytes allows indefinite survival following small bowel transplantation in a rat graft-vs-host disease model.
The existence of graft-versus-host disease in long-term surviving fully allogeneic rat small bowel transplant recipients.
Construction and characterization of a 10-fold genome equivalent rat P1-derived artificial chromosome library.
Rats, Inbred BN
Rats Inbred BN