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Fetal pancreas transplantation in non-obese diabetic (NOD) mice. A comparison of iso-, allo- and xenografts.
Cytokines and autoimmune beta cell destruction in NOD mouse fetal pancreas isografts in cyclophosphamide-induced diabetes.
Effect of culture conditions on fetal mouse pancreas in vitro and after transplantation in syngeneic and allogeneic recipients.
Isotransplantation of fetal mouse pancreas in experimental diabetes. Effect of gestational age and organ culture.
The role of V beta 8 cells in disease recurrence in isografts in diabetic NOD mice.
The effect of chronic diabetes and continuous pretransplantation insulin infusion on the function of organ-cultured fetal islet isografts.
Delayed reversal of diabetes after pancreas isotransplantation in chronically diabetic mice.
Detrimental effect of chronic diabetes on growth and function of fetal islet isografts in mice.
Xenografts of organ-cultured fetal pig pancreas in NOD mice: a comparison with allografts and isografts in transiently immunosuppressed recipients.
Expression of cytokines during rejection of fetal pig islet xenografts in nonobese diabetic mice.
Effect of monoclonal antibody on corneal graft survival across major and minor histocompatibility mismatches.
The effect of cyclosporine A on fetal mouse pancreas used for isografts.
A comparison of organ cultured fetal pancreas allo-, iso-, and xenografts (pig) in non-immunosuppressed non-obese diabetic mice.
Effect of ischemia and temperature on fetal mouse pancreas. Insulin production in vitro, and function after isotransplantation.
Effect of mycophenolate mofetil with and without anti-CD4 (GK1.5) on fetal islet iso-, allo-, and xenografts in NOD/Lt female mice.
Bone marrow-derived hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells infiltrate allogeneic and syngeneic transplants.