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    1. Taylor, ML; Dastych, J; Sehgal, D; Sundstrom, M; Nilsson, G; Akin, C; Mage, RG; Metcalfe, DD
      The Kit-activating mutation D816V enhances stem cell factor-dependent chemotaxis

      BLOOD
    2. Perdue, KA; Shaw, RE; Mage, RG
      Declawing of neonatal rabbits destined for use in Animal Biosafety Level 4containment studies

      CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    3. Pospisil, R; Silverman, GJ; Marti, GE; Aruffo, A; Bowen, MA; Mage, RG
      CD5 is a potential selecting ligand for B-cell surface immunoglobulin: A possible role in maintenance and selective expansion of normal and malignantB cells

      LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
    4. Dasso, JF; Obiakor, H; Bach, H; Anderson, AO; Mage, RG
      A morphological and immunohistological study of the human and rabbit appendix for comparison with the avian bursa

      DEVELOPMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Paul, WE; Mage, RG
      Elvin A. Kabat (1914-2000) - Obituary

      NATURE
    6. Sehgal, D; Schiaffella, E; Anderson, AO; Mage, RG
      Generation of heterogeneous rabbit anti-DNP antibodies by gene conversion and hypermutation of rearranged V-L and V-H genes during clonal expansion of B cells in splenic germinal centers

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Mage, RG; Sehgal, D; Schiaffella, E; Anderson, AO
      Gene-conversion in rabbit B-cell ontogeny and during immune responses in splenic germinal centers

      VETERINARY IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY
    8. Schiaffella, E; Sehgal, D; Anderson, AO; Mage, RG
      Gene conversion and hypermutation during diversification of V-H sequences in developing splenic germinal centers of immunized rabbits

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    9. SEHGAL D; SCHIAFFELLA E; ANDERSON AO; MAGE RG
      SINGLE-CELL PCR REVEALS REARRANGED V-H WITH GERMLINE SEQUENCES IN SPLEENS OF IMMUNIZED ADULT-RABBITS

      The FASEB journal
    10. DASSO J; POSISIL R; MAGE RG
      IMMUNOHISTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN APPENDIX AND TONSILS

      The FASEB journal
    11. POSPISIL R; MAGE RG
      CD5 AND OTHER SUPERANTIGENS AS TICKLERS OF THE B-CELL RECEPTOR

      Immunology today
    12. MAGE RG
      DIVERSIFICATION OF RABBIT V-H GENES BY GENE-CONVERSION-LIKE AND HYPERMUTATION MECHANISMS

      Immunological reviews
    13. SCHIAFFELLA E; FUSCHIOTTI P; BENSINGER SJ; MAGE RG
      HIGH RAD51 MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN YOUNG-RABBIT APPENDIX - A ROLE IN B-CELL GENE CONVERSION

      Immunogenetics (New York)
    14. SEHGAL D; SCHIAFFELLA E; ANDERSON AO; MAGE RG
      ANALYSES OF SINGLE B-CELLS BY POLYMERASE-CHAIN-REACTION REVEAL REARRANGED V-H WITH GERMLINE SEQUENCES IN SPLEENS OF IMMUNIZED ADULT-RABBITS- IMPLICATIONS FOR B-CELL REPERTOIRE MAINTENANCE AND RENEWAL

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    15. SEHGAL D; MAGE RG; SCHIAFFELLA E
      V-H MUTANT RABBITS LACKING THE V(H)1A2 GENE DEVELOP A2(-CELLS IN THE APPENDIX BY GENE CONVERSION-LIKE ALTERATION OF A REARRANGED V(H)4 GENE() B)

      The Journal of immunology
    16. POSPISIL R; MAGE RG
      B-CELL SUPERANTIGENS MAY PLAY A ROLE IN B-CELL DEVELOPMENT AND SELECTION IN THE YOUNG-RABBIT APPENDIX

      Cellular immunology
    17. SEHGAL D; SCHIAFFELLA E; MAGE RG
      RABBITS LACKING THE V(H)1A2 GENE DEVELOP A2(-CELLS IN THE APPENDIX BYGENE CONVERSION-LIKE EVENTS() B)

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    18. FUSCHIOTTI P; FITTS MG; POSPISIL R; WEINSTEIN PD; MAGE RG
      RAG1 AND RAG2 IN DEVELOPING RABBIT APPENDIX SUBPOPULATIONS

      The Journal of immunology
    19. POSPISIL R; FITTS M; MAGE RG
      CD5 ON RABBIT APPENDIX B-LYMPHOCYTES IS A POTENTIAL SELECTING LIGAND FOR B-CELL SURFACE-IMMUNOGLOBULIN FRAMEWORK REGION SEQUENCES

      The FASEB journal
    20. CHEN HT; ALEXANDER CB; CHEN FF; MAGE RG
      RABBIT DQ52 AND D-H GENE REARRANGEMENTS IN EARLY B-CELL DEVELOPMENT

      The FASEB journal
    21. CHEN HT; ALEXANDER CB; CHEN FF; MAGE RG
      RABBIT DQ52 AND D-H GENE-EXPRESSION IN EARLY B-CELL DEVELOPMENT

      Molecular immunology
    22. POSPISIL R; FITTS MG; MAGE RG
      CD5 IS A POTENTIAL SELECTING LIGAND FOR B-CELL SURFACE-IMMUNOGLOBULINFRAMEWORK REGION SEQUENCES

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    23. FITTS MG; METZGER DW; HENDERSHOT L; MAGE RG
      THE RABBIT B-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR IS NONCOVALENTLY ASSOCIATED IWTH UNIQUE HETEROMETRIC PROTEIN COMPLEXES - POSSIBLE INSIGHTS INTO THE MEMBRANE IGM IGD COEXPRESSION PARADOX (VOL 32, PG 753, 1995)/

      Molecular immunology
    24. FITTS MG; METZGER DW; HENDERSHOT LM; MAGE RG
      THE RABBIT B-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR IS NONCOVALENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH UNIQUE HETEROMERIC PROTEIN COMPLEXES - POSSIBLE INSIGHTS INTO THE MEMBRANE IGM IGD COEXPRESSION PARADOX/

      Molecular immunology
    25. POSPISIL R; YOUNGCOOPER GO; MAGE RG
      PREFERENTIAL EXPANSION AND SURVIVAL OF B-LYMPHOCYTES BASED ON V-H FRAMEWORK-1 AND FRAMEWORK-3 EXPRESSION - POSITIVE SELECTION IN APPENDIX OF NORMAL AND V-H-MUTANT RABBITS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    26. CHEN HT; ALEXANDER CB; MAGE RG
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A RABBIT GERM-LINE V-H GENE THAT IS A CANDIDATE DONOR FOR V-H GENE CONVERSION IN MUTANT ALICIA RABBITS

      The Journal of immunology
    27. FITTS MG; MAGE RG
      SECONDARY REARRANGEMENTS AND POST-REARRANGEMENT SELECTION CONTRIBUTE TO RESTRICTED IMMUNOGLOBULIN DJ(H) EXPRESSION IN YOUNG-RABBIT BONE-MARROW

      European Journal of Immunology
    28. WEINSTEIN PD; ANDERSON AO; MAGE RG
      RABBIT IGH SEQUENCES IN APPENDIX GERMINAL-CENTERS - VH DIVERSIFICATION BY GENE CONVERSION-LIKE AND HYPERMUTATION MECHANISMS

      Immunity
    29. POSPISIL R; YOUNGCOOPER GO; WEINSTEIN PD; MAGE RG
      TRAFFICKING PATTERNS SHOW POSSIBLE FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN APPENDIX LYMPHOCYTES FROM NORMAL AND ALICIA MUTANT RABBITS

      The FASEB journal
    30. FITTS MG; ALEXANDER CB; YOUNGCOOPER GO; MAGE RG
      THE RELATIVE FREQUENCY OF REARRANGEMENT TO THE IMMUNOGLOBULIN J(H) LOCUS - PREFERENTIAL REARRANGEMENT TO J(H)2 AND J(H)4 BUT SUPPRESSION OFJH2 UTILIZATION IN RABBIT BONE-MARROW

      The FASEB journal
    31. WEINSTEIN PD; ANDERSON AO; MAGE RG
      PRODUCTION OF A HIGHLY DIVERSE PRIMARY ANTIBODY REPERTOIRE OCCURS IN RABBIT APPENDIX GERMINAL-CENTERS BY GENE CONVERSION AND SOMATIC HYPERMUTATION

      The FASEB journal
    32. MAGE RG
      RABBIT FACTS AND DIVERSIFICATION OF V(H) SEQUENCES BY GENE CONVERSION- A THEORY OF THE ONTOGENY OF THE CHICKEN HUMORAL IMMUNE-SYSTEM - THECONSEQUENCES OF DIVERSIFICATION BY GENE HYPERCONVERSION AND ITS EXTENSION TO RABBIT - COMMENTS

      Research in immunology
    33. FUSCHIOTTI P; HARINDRANATH N; MAGE RG; MCCORMACK WT; DHANARAJAN P; ROUX KH
      RECOMBINATION ACTIVATING GENES-1 AND GENES-2 OF THE RABBIT - CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GERMLINE AND EXPRESSED GENES

      Molecular immunology
    34. COHN M; MAGE RG; SCHARFF MD; CHASE MW; MCDEVITT HO; UHR JW; LAWRENCE HS; PICK E; NOSSAL GJV; FAUCI AS
      LANDY,MAURICE (1913-1993) - IN-MEMORIAM

      Cellular immunology


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