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Plasma perfusion by apheresis through a Gal immunoaffinity column successfully depletes anti-Gal antibody: experience with 320 aphereses in baboons.
Transplantation in miniature swine. I. Fixation of the major histocompatibility complex.
Pharmacologic immunosuppressive therapy and extracorporeal immunoadsorption in the suppression of anti-alphaGal antibody in the baboon.
Immunoprecipitation studies of monoclonal antibodies submitted to the Second International Swine CD Workshop.
Specific elimination of cytotoxic cells. II. Reduction of cytotoxic activity by adsorption on monolayers results from removal of cytotoxic cells and not from inhibition of their activity.
Depletion of anti-gal antibodies in baboons by intravenous therapy with bovine serum albumin conjugated to gal oligosaccharides.
Depletion of anti-Gal(alpha)1-3Gal antibody in baboons by specific alpha-Gal immunoaffinity columns.
Injection of porcine anti-idiotypic antibodies to primate anti-Gal antibodies leads to active inhibition of serum cytotoxicity in a baboon.
Studies on monoclonal antibodies to mouse MHC products.
Adherence properties of cytotoxic cells and their precursors on spleen cell monolayers.
Specific elimination of cytotoxic effector cells. I. Adsorptive behavior of effectors and their precursors and spleen cell monolayers.
The Ia antigens.