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Mechanisms of indirect allorecognition in graft rejection: class II MHC allopeptide-specific T cell clones transfer delayed-type hypersensitivity responses in vivo.
Role of indirect allorecognition in experimental late acute rejection.
Class II MHC allopeptide-specific T-cell clones transfer delayed type hypersensitivity responses in vivo.
Differential effects of oral versus intrathymic administration of polymorphic major histocompatibility complex class II peptides on mononuclear and endothelial cell activation and cytokine expression during a delayed-type hypersensitivity response.
Induction of immunity and oral tolerance with polymorphic class II major histocompatibility complex allopeptides in the rat.
Induction of immunity and oral tolerance to alloantigen by polymorphic class II major histocompatibility complex allopeptides in the rat.
Indirect recognition of MHC class I allopeptides accelerates lung allograft rejection in miniature swine.
Why do we reject a graft? Role of indirect allorecognition in graft rejection.
Indirect recognition of allopeptides promotes the development of cardiac allograft vasculopathy.
The in vivo mechanism of action of CTLA4Ig.