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Academic Article Active enhancement of tissue allografts with antilymphocyte serum and bone marrow.
Academic Article Induction of specific unresponsiveness (tolerance) to skin allografts by intrathymic donor-specific splenocyte injection in antilymphocyte serum-treated mice.
Academic Article Adoptive transfer of specific unresponsiveness to skin allografts by spleen cells from ALS-treated, marrow-injected mice.
Academic Article PREPARATION OF MURINE TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS: ULTRACENTRIFUGAL DISTRIBUTION, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY.
Academic Article The effect of injection of donor bone marrow on the frequency of donor-reactive CTL in antilymphocyte serum-treated, grafted mice.
Academic Article Induction of graft-versus-host disease by small intestinal allotransplantation in rats.
Academic Article Synergy between spleen cells and bone marrow cells in mixed lymphocyte culture-induced cytotoxicity. Requirement for macrophages in the induction of synergy.
Academic Article In vitro analysis of immune reactivity in ALS-treated, bone marrow injected mice bearing enhanced skin allografts.
Academic Article Graft-versus-host disease in fully allogeneic small bowel transplantation in the rat.
Academic Article Leukemia virus activation during homograft rejection.
Academic Article Antilymphocyte serum and cell-free antigen loading.
Academic Article Use of minimal doses of lymphoid cells for production of heterologous antilymphocyte serum.
Academic Article Indefinite survival following small intestinal transplantation after intrathymic injection of the donor with recipient-type splenocytes in a rat model.
Academic Article Effect of specific and nonspecific alloantigen stimulation on islet allograft survival.
Academic Article Prevention of graft-versus-host disease by RS-61443 in two different rodent models.
Academic Article Destruction of splenic transplantation antigens by a factor present in liver.
Academic Article In vitro modification of donor bone marrow used to produce enhanced graft survival in antilymphocyte serum (ALS)-treated mice.
Academic Article Cell-mediated immunity and serum blocking factor in tolerance produced in mice with antilymphocyte serum and bone marrow cell infusion.
Academic Article Studies on heterologous antilymphocyte serum in mice. IV. Modifications in the effects of antilymphocyte serum produced by prior adult thymectomy.
Academic Article Identification of cell population mediating suppression after blood transfusion.
Academic Article Use of allogenic, homozygous bone marrow cells for the induction of specific immunologic tolerance in mice treated with antilymphocyte serum.
Academic Article Functional characteristics of a Ficoll-separated mouse bone marrow cell population involved in skin allograft prolongation.
Academic Article Characterization of spleen cells capable of inducing unresponsiveness in ALS-treated mice.
Academic Article Suppressor cells in specific unresponsiveness to skin allografts in thymectomized, ALS-treated, marrow-injected mice.
Academic Article Activation of C-type viruses during skin graft rejection in the mouse. Interrelationships between immunostimulation and immunosuppression.
Academic Article Donor intrathymic injection with recipient splenocytes allows indefinite survival following small bowel transplantation in a rat graft-vs-host disease model.
Academic Article A SIMPLE METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF CELL FREE TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS. PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES.
Academic Article The existence of graft-versus-host disease in long-term surviving fully allogeneic rat small bowel transplant recipients.
Academic Article THE BIOLOGY OF TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION.
Academic Article Development of suppressor T cells by antilymphocyte serum treatment in mice.
Academic Article Tolerance induction to skin allografts following intrathymic injection with donor-specific splenocytes in major histocompatibility complex class I, class I+MLS, and class I+II disparities.
Academic Article Suppressor cells in mice bearing intact skin allografts after blood transfusions.
Academic Article Induction of antigen-specific unresponsiveness to pancreatic islet allografts by antilymphocyte serum.
Academic Article Analysis of donor reactive cells in ALS-treated mice bearing skin allografts after the intrathymic injection of donor specific spleen cells.
Academic Article Induction of cytotoxic (sensitization) and enhancing (prolonged survival) responses by injection of lymphoid cells in ALS-treated mice.
Academic Article Suppressor cells in specific unresponsiveness to skin allografts in ALS-treated, marrow-injected mice.
Academic Article Use of antilymphocyte serum in the induction of immunological tolerance to tissue allografts.
Academic Article Effect of splenectomy on specific unresponsiveness to skin allografts induced in ALS-treated, marrow-injected mice.
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 Immune reactivity in congenic mice after allogeneic or isogeneic transfusion.
Academic Article Specific unresponsiveness to skin allografts in anti-lymphocyte serum-treated, marrow-injected mice: participation of donor marrow-derived suppressor T cells.
Academic Article Induction of tolerance to skin allografts by intrathymic injection of donor splenocytes. Effect of donor-recipient strain combination and supplemental rapamycin.
Academic Article Importance of natural killer cells in the rejection of hamster skin xenografts.
Academic Article Effect of granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor on the induction of unresponsiveness by lymphoid cells.
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