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    1. Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Immunological tolerance and transplantation - Preface

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Wood, KJ; Jones, ND; Bushell, AR; Morris, PJ
      Alloantigen-induced specific immunological unresponsiveness

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Roelen, DL; Stobbe, I; Young, NT; van Bree, SPMJ; Doxiadis, IIN; Oudshoorn, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ; Claas, FHJ
      Permissible and immunogenic HLA-A mismatches: Cytotoxic T-cell precursor frequencies reflect graft survival data

      HUMAN IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Niimi, M; Shirasugi, N; Ikeda, Y; Wood, KJ
      Oral antigen induces allograft survival by linked suppression via the indirect pathway

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    5. Ensminger, SM; Lieder, A; Bushell, A; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Comparison of the effects of exposure to a single or multiple donor alloantigens in the development of transplant arteriosclerosis

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    6. Billing, JS; Ensminger, SM; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      The persistence of transplant arteriosclerosis despite CD154 blockade

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    7. Popoola, J; Marconell, MH; Wood, KJ; Sacks, SH; Wong, W
      Natural killer cell regulatory receptor changes following tolerance induction

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    8. Witzke, O; Wheeler, PR; Barbara, JAJ; Gaspar, MC; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Suppression mediated by anergic CD4(+) T cells requires stimulation by MHC-peptide complexes and can be induced in the presence of costimulation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    9. Ensminger, SM; Spriewald, BM; Sorensen, HV; Witzke, O; Flashman, EG; Bushell, A; Morris, PJ; Roe, ML; Rahemtulla, A; Wood, KJ
      Critical role for IL-4 in the development of transplant arteriosclerosis in the absence of CD40-CD154 costimulation

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Hara, M; Kingsley, CI; Niimi, M; Read, S; Turvey, SE; Bushell, AR; Morris, PJ; Powrie, F; Wood, KJ
      IL-30 is required for regulatory T cells to mediate tolerance to alloantigens in vivo

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    11. Jones, ND; Turvey, SE; Van Maurik, A; Hara, M; Kingsley, CI; Smith, CH; Mellor, AL; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Differential susceptibility of heart, skin, and islet allografts to T cell-mediated rejection

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Niimi, M; Jones, ND; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Evidence that non-deletional mechanisms are responsible for inducing and maintaining unresponsiveness after intrathymic injection of non-professionalantigen presenting cells

      JOURNAL OF HEART AND LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
    13. Ensminger, SM; Billing, JS; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Development of a combined cardiac and aortic transplant model to investigate the development of transplant arteriosclerosis in the mouse

      JOURNAL OF HEART AND LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
    14. Kajiwara, K; Byrnes, AP; Ohmoto, Y; Charlton, HM; Wood, MJA; Wood, KJ
      Humoral immune responses to adenovirus vectors in the brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    15. Niimi, M; Ikeda, Y; Shirasugi, N; Shatari, T; Takami, H; Kodaira, S; Matsumoto, K; Hamano, K; Esato, K; Wood, KJ
      Intrathymic inoculation of donor B cells induced indefinite prolongation of fully allogeneic cardiac grafts but not islet or skin grafts

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    16. Niimi, M; Ikeda, Y; Shirasugi, N; Shatari, T; Takami, H; Kodaira, S; Matsumoto, K; Hamano, K; Esato, K; Hara, M; Wood, KJ
      Oral delivery of alloantigen combined with non-depleting anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody induces indefinite survival of cardiac allografts and generatesCD4(+) regulatory T cells

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    17. Niimi, M; Ikeda, Y; Shirasugi, N; Shatari, T; Takami, H; Kodaira, S; Matsumoto, K; Hamano, K; Esato, K; Wood, KJ
      The thymus is essential for the development of operational tolerance induced by donor-specific transfusion plus anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    18. Niimi, M; Ikeda, Y; Shirasugi, N; Shatari, T; Takami, H; Kodaira, S; Matsumoto, K; Hamano, K; Esato, K; Hara, M; Wood, KJ
      Oral administration of alloantigen plus nondepleting anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody induces indefinite prolongation of fully allogeneic cardiac allografts

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    19. Ensminger, SM; Spriewald, BM; Witzke, O; Morrison, K; Van Maurik, A; Morris, PJ; Rose, ML; Wood, KJ
      Intragraft interleukin-4 mRNA expression after short-term CD154 blockade may trigger delayed development of transplant arteriosclerosis in the absence of CD8+T cells

      TRANSPLANTATION
    20. Barbara, JAJ; Turvey, SE; Kingsley, CI; Spriewald, BM; Hara, M; Witzke, O; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Islet allograft rejection can be mediated by CD4(+) alloantigen experienced, direct pathway T cells of Th1 and Th2 cytokine phenotype

      TRANSPLANTATION
    21. Niimi, PS; Witzke, O; Bushell, A; Hara, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Nondepleting anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody enhances the ability of oral alloantigen delivery to induce indefinite survival of cardiac allografts: Oraltolerance to alloantigen

      TRANSPLANTATION
    22. Turvey, SE; Gonzalez-Nicolini, V; Kingsley, CI; Larregina, AT; Morris, PJ; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Wood, KJ
      Fas ligand-transfected myoblasts and islet cell transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    23. Gilot, BJ; Hara, M; Jones, ND; van Maurik, A; Niimi, M; Hadjianastassiou, V; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Visualization of the in vivo generation of donor antigen-specific effectorCD8+T cells during mouse cardiac allograft rejection - In vivo effector CD8+T cell generation during allograft rejection

      TRANSPLANTATION
    24. Niimi, M; Roelen, DL; Witzke, O; van Rood, JJ; Claas, FHJ; Wood, KJ
      The importance of H-2 haplotype sharing in the induction of specific unresponsiveness by pretransplant blood transfusions

      TRANSPLANTATION
    25. Ensminger, SM; Witzke, O; Spriewald, BM; Morrison, K; Morris, PJ; Rose, ML; Wood, KJ
      CD8(+) T cells contribute to the development of transplant arteriosclerosis despite CD154 blockade

      TRANSPLANTATION
    26. Niimi, M; Takashina, M; Takami, K; Ikeda, Y; Shatari, T; Hamano, K; Esato, K; Matsumoto, K; Kameyama, K; Kodaira, S; Wood, KJ
      Overexpression of heme oxygenase-1 protects allogeneic thyroid grafts fromrejection in naive mice

      SURGERY
    27. Jones, ND; Van Maurik, A; Hara, M; Spriewald, BM; Witzke, O; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      CD40-CD40 ligand-independent activation of CD8(+) T cells can trigger allograft rejection

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    28. Spriewald, BM; Hara, M; Bushell, A; Jenkins, S; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Differential role for competitive reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction and intracellular cytokine staining as diagnostic tools for the assessment of intragraft cytokine profiles in rejecting and nonrejecting heartallografts

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    29. Ohmoto, Y; Wood, MJA; Charlton, HM; Kajiwara, K; Perry, VH; Wood, KJ
      Variation in the immune response to adenoviral vectors in the brain: influence of mouse strain, environmental conditions and priming

      GENE THERAPY
    30. Wood, KJ
      Potential of gene transfer in transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    31. Wood, KJ
      Potential of gene transfer for the induction of specific unresponsiveness to alloantigens in vivo

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    32. Hara, M; Gilot, BJ; Jones, ND; Van Maurik, A; Barbara, JAJ; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      In vivo cytokine production by allospecific CD8(+) transgenic T cells after heart transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    33. Niimi, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Intrathymic inoculation of donor B coils prolongs cardiac allograft survival by non-deletional mechanisms

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    34. Gilot, BJ; Hara, M; Jones, ND; van Maurik, A; Hadjianastassiou, V; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      In vivo differentiation of alloreactive CD8(+) T cells after murine cardiac allograft transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    35. Turvey, SE; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Islet allografts: Rejection and tolerance induction

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    36. Fluck, N; Witzke, O; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Indirect allorecognition is involved in both acute and chronic allograft rejection

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    37. Turvey, SE; Hara, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Direct allorecognition: A mechanism in intrathymic tolerance induction

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    38. Wong, W; Fry, J; Hyde, K; Stranford, S; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Haematopoietic stem cells transduced with a single donor class I major histocompatibility complex gene can induce operational tolerance to fully allogeneic cardiac allografts

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    39. Niimi, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Oral administration of alloantigen induces indefinite prolongation of MHC mismatched cardiac allografts

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    40. Turvey, SE; Hara, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Mechanisms of tolerance induction after intrathymic islet injection - Determination of the fate of alloreactive thymocytes

      TRANSPLANTATION
    41. Barbara, JAJ; Gilot, BJ; Hara, M; Van Maurik, A; Jones, ND; Turvey, SE; Wood, KJ
      The visualization of T cell responses

      TRANSPLANTATION
    42. Bushell, A; Niimi, M; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Evidence for immune regulation in the induction of transplantation tolerance: A conditional but limited role for IL-4

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    43. Turvey, SE; Wood, KJ
      Immunobiology of solid organ transplantation

      INTERNATIONAL SURGERY
    44. Gallaher, DD; Wood, KJ; Gallaher, CM; Marquart, LF; Engstrom, AM
      Intestinal contents supernatant viscosity of rats fed oat-based muffins and cereal products

      CEREAL CHEMISTRY
    45. Jones, ND; Van Maurik, A; Hara, M; Gilot, BJ; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      T-cell activation, proliferation, and memory after cardiac transplantationin vivo

      ANNALS OF SURGERY
    46. Wood, KJ
      Gene transfer

      TRANSPLANTATION
    47. ITO H; HAMANO K; FUKUMOTO T; WOOD KJ; ESATO K
      BIDIRECTIONAL BLOCKADE OF CD4 AND MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-II MOLECULES - AN EFFECTIVE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE TREATMENT IN THE MOUSE HEART-TRANSPLANTATION MODEL

      The Journal of heart and lung transplantation
    48. NIIMI M; JONES ND; PAJARO OB; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      INTRATHYMIC ADMINISTRATION OF B-CELLS INDUCES PROLONGED SURVIVAL OF FULLY ALLOGENEIC CARDIAC GRAFTS WITHOUT PROLONGED DELETION OF DONOR-SPECIFIC THYMOCYTES

      Transplant immunology
    49. JONES ND; FLUCK NC; MELLOR AL; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      THE INDUCTION OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE BY INTRATHYMIC (IT) DELIVERY OF ALLOANTIGEN - A CRITICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IT DELETION, THYMIC EXPORT OF NEW T-CELLS AND THE TIMING OF TRANSPLANTATION

      International immunology (Print)
    50. AUCHINCLOSS H; WOOD KJ
      TRANSPLANTATION - MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

      Current opinion in immunology
    51. SURI RM; NIIMI M; WOOD KJ; AUSTYN JM
      IMMATURE DENDRITIC CELL PRETREATMENT INDUCES CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT PROLONGATION

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    52. ROELEN DL; BUSHELL AR; NIIMI M; YOUNG NT; RUST NA; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      IMMUNOREGULATION BY CD4 T-CELLS IN THE INDUCTION OF SPECIFIC IMMUNOLOGICAL-UNRESPONSIVENESS TO ALLOANTIGENS IN-VIVO - EVIDENCE FOR A REDUCTION IN THE FREQUENCY OF ALLOANTIGEN-SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Human immunology
    53. WOOD KJ
      MECHANISMS OF UNRESPONSIVENESS TO ALLOANTIGENS IN-VIVO

      Transplantation proceedings
    54. NIIMI M; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      IMMUNOGENIC (MHC CLASS II-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY() CELLS ARE ABLE TOINDUCE UNRESPONSIVENESS WHEN DELIVERED WITH ANTI)

      Transplantation proceedings
    55. Niimi, M; Hava, M; Witzke, O; Morris, PJ; Wood, KJ
      Donor resting B cells induce indefinite prolongation of fully allogeneic cardiac grafts when delivered with anti-immunoglobulin-D monoclonal antibody: Evidence for tolerogenicity of donor resting B cells in vivo

      TRANSPLANTATION
    56. NIIMI M; PEARSON TC; LARSEN CP; ALEXANDER DZ; HOLLENBAUGH D; ARUFFO A; LINSLEY PS; THOMAS E; CAMPBELL K; FANSLOW WC; GEHA RS; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      THE ROLE OF THE CD40 PATHWAY IN ALLOANTIGEN-INDUCED HYPORESPONSIVENESS IN-VIVO

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    57. Wood, MJA; Wood, KJ; Charlton, HM
      Long-term restoration of gonadal activity with xenografts of preoptic areatissue in hypogonadal (hpg) mice

      GENETICAL RESEARCH
    58. KAJIWARA K; BYRNES AP; CHARLTON HM; WOOD MJA; WOOD KJ
      IMMUNE-RESPONSES TO ADENOVIRAL VECTORS DURING GENE-TRANSFER IN THE BRAIN

      Human gene therapy
    59. WOOD KJ
      GENE-THERAPY AND ALLOTRANSPLANTATION

      Current opinion in immunology
    60. HAMANO K; ITO H; BUSHELL A; WOOD KJ; ESATO K
      THE INDUCTION OF OPERATIONAL TOLERANCE IS NOT PREVENTED BY SIMULTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF CYCLOSPORINE-A

      Transplant international
    61. HAMANO K; ITO H; TSUBOI H; ESATO K; WOOD KJ
      DOMINANT INFILTRATION BY TH2 CELLS INTO GRAFTS FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY

      Transplantation proceedings
    62. WONG W; STRANFORD SA; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      RETROVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER OF A DONOR CLASS-I MHC GENE TO RECIPIENT BONE-MARROW CELLS INDUCES TOLERANCE TO ALLOANTIGENS IN-VIVO

      Transplantation proceedings
    63. WONG W; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      SYNGENEIC BONE-MARROW CELLS EXPRESSING A SINGLE-DONOR CLASS-I MHC MOLECULE ARE MORE EFFECTIVE AT INDUCING TOLERANCE THAN DONOR BONE-MARROW CELLS

      Transplantation proceedings
    64. ASAKURA T; GRAY DWR; OZASA T; WOOD KJ; MORRIS PJ
      AN INVESTIGATION OF TOLERANCE INDUCTION FOLLOWING ISLET ALLOTRANSPLANTATION IN THE MOUSE

      Transplantation proceedings
    65. SAITOVITCH D; BUSHELL A; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      MODULATION OF THE CD4 MOLECULE IS A MAJOR EVENT IN THE INDUCTION OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE WITH ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Transplantation proceedings
    66. NIIMI M; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      SMALL, RESTING B-CELLS INDUCE PROLONGED SURVIVAL OF CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS MISMATCHED FOR SINGLE MINOR, BUT NOT MULTIPLE MINOR, SINGLE MAJOR, OR MULTIPLE MAJOR AND MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS

      Transplantation proceedings
    67. ITO H; HAMANO K; SHIRASAWA B; TSUBOI H; ESATO K; WOOD KJ
      BIDIRECTIONAL BLOCKADE OF CD4 AND MHC CLASS-II MOLECULES IS AN EFFECTIVE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE TREATMENT

      Transplantation proceedings
    68. SAITOVITCH D; ROELEN D; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DIFFERENTIAL IMMUNODOMINANCE OF INDIVIDUAL MHC LOCUS PRODUCTS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDUCTION OF IMMUNOLOGICAL-TOLERANCE TO ALLOGRAFTS

      Transplantation proceedings
    69. NIIMI M; ROELEN DL; WONG W; HARA M; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      RESTING B-CELLS AS TOLEROGENS IN-VIVO BUT ONLY FOR MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS - EVIDENCE FOR ACTIVATION OF RESTING B-CELLS IN-VIVO

      Transplantation
    70. YOUNG NT; ROELEN DL; IGGO N; GRAY DW; ROAKE JA; GRAHAM V; WOOD KJ; DALLMAN MJ; WELSH KI; MORRIS PJ
      EFFECT OF ONE-HLA-HAPLOTYPE-MATCHED AND HLA-MISMATCHED BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS ON RECIPIENT T-LYMPHOCYTE ALLOREPERTOIRES

      Transplantation
    71. WONG W; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      PRETRANSPLANT ADMINISTRATION OF A SINGLE-DONOR CLASS-I MAJOR HISTOCOMPATABILITY COMPLEX MOLECULE IS SUFFICIENT FOR THE INDEFINITE SURVIVAL OF FULLY ALLOGENEIC CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS - EVIDENCE FOR LINKED EPITOPE SUPPRESSION

      Transplantation
    72. JONES ND; FLUCK NC; ROELEN DL; MELLOR AL; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DELETION OF ALLOANTIGEN-REACTIVE THYMOCYTES AS A MECHANISM OF ADULT TOLERANCE INDUCTION FOLLOWING INTRATHYMIC ANTIGEN ADMINISTRATION

      European Journal of Immunology
    73. GUERETTE B; VILQUIN JT; GINGRAS M; GRAVEL C; WOOD KJ; TREMBLAY JP
      PREVENTION OF IMMUNE-REACTIONS TRIGGERED BY FIRST-GENERATION ADENOVIRAL VECTORS BY MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES AND CTLA4IG

      Human gene therapy
    74. WOOD KJ
      NEW CONCEPTS IN TOLERANCE

      Clinical transplantation
    75. WOOD MJA; SLOAN DJ; WOOD KJ; CHARLTON HM
      INDEFINITE SURVIVAL OF NEURAL XENOGRAFTS INDUCED WITH ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Neuroscience
    76. WOOD KJ
      INDUCTION OF TOLERANCE TO CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS

      Current opinion in cardiology
    77. YOUNG NT; ROELEN DL; WOOD KJ; WELSH KI; MORRIS PJ; DALLMAN MJ
      PRIMARY ALLOREACTIVE CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES ARE NOT COMMONLY RESTRICTED BY SELF-HLA CLASS-I ANTIGENS

      Human immunology
    78. HAMANO K; RAWSTHORNE MA; BUSHELL AR; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      EVIDENCE THAT THE CONTINUED PRESENCE OF THE ORGAN GRAFT AND NOT PERIPHERAL DONOR MICROCHIMERISM IS ESSENTIAL FOR MAINTENANCE OF TOLERANCE TO ALLOANTIGEN IN-VIVO IN ANTI-CD4 TREATED RECIPIENTS

      Transplantation
    79. WONG W; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      SYNGENEIC BONE-MARROW EXPRESSING A SINGLE-DONOR CLASS-I MHC MOLECULE PERMITS ACCEPTANCE OF A FULLY ALLOGENEIC CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT

      Transplantation
    80. CHEN RH; BUSHELL A; FUGGLE SV; WOOD KJ; MORRIS PJ
      EXPRESSION OF GRANZYME-A AND PERFORIN IN MOUSE HEART-TRANSPLANTS IMMUNOSUPPRESSED WITH DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION AND ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY

      Transplantation
    81. SAITOVITCH D; BUSHELL A; MABBS DW; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      KINETICS OF INDUCTION OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE WITH A NONDEPLETING ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY AND DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION BEFORE TRANSPLANTATION - A CRITICAL PERIOD OF TIME IS REQUIRED FOR DEVELOPMENTOF IMMUNOLOGICAL-UNRESPONSIVENESS

      Transplantation
    82. SAITOVITCH D; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      RECIPIENT CELLS EXPRESSING SINGLE-DONOR MHC LOCUS PRODUCTS CAN SUBSTITUTE FOR DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION IN THE INDUCTION OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE WHEN PRETREATMENT IS COMBINED WITH ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY - EVIDENCE FOR A VITAL ROLE OF CD4(-CELLS IN THE INDUCTION OF TOLERANCE TO CLASS-I MOLECULES() T)

      Transplantation
    83. BUSHELL A; PEARSON TC; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DONOR-RECIPIENT MICROCHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE INDUCTION (REPLY)

      Transplantation
    84. YOUNG NT; ROELEN DL; DALLMAN MJ; WOOD KJ; MORRIS PJ; WELSH KI
      ENUMERATION OF HUMAN ALLOREACTIVE HELPER T-LYMPHOCYTE PRECURSOR FREQUENCIES BY LIMITING DILUTION ANALYSIS OF INTERLEUKIN-2 PRODUCTION

      Journal of immunological methods
    85. ROELEN DL; DOVER EL; NIIMI M; YOUNG NT; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      SEMI-ALLOGENEIC (F1) VERSUS FULLY ALLOGENEIC BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS - DIFFERENCES IN THEIR ABILITY TO INDUCE SPECIFIC IMMUNOLOGICAL-UNRESPONSIVENESS

      European Journal of Immunology
    86. SAITOVITCH D; BUSHELL AR; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      INDUCTION OF TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE USING A NONDEPLETING ANTI-CD4 MAB AND DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION BEFORE TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE THAT A CRITICAL PERIOD OF TIME IS REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNOLOGICAL-UNRESPONSIVENESS

      Transplantation proceedings
    87. SAITOVITCH D; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DONOR-TYPE SINGLE MHC LOCUS PRODUCTS COMBINED WITH ANTI-CD4 MAB CAN INDUCE TOLERANCE TO CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS WHICH IS DEPENDENT ON ACTIVE SUPPRESSION

      Transplantation proceedings
    88. HAMANO K; RAWSTHORNE M; BUSHELL A; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DONOR MICROCHIMERISM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF TOLERANCE TO DONOR ALLOANTIGENS IN RECIPIENTS TOLERANT OF CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS

      Transplantation proceedings
    89. WEST LJ; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      NEONATALLY INDUCED TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE TO PRIMARILY VASCULARIZED CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS IS NOT DONOR-SPECIFIC

      Transplantation proceedings
    90. BUSHELL A; PEARSON TC; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      DONOR-RECIPIENT MICROCHIMERISM IS NOT REQUIRED FOR TOLERANCE INDUCTION FOLLOWING RECIPIENT PRETREATMENT WITH DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION ANDANTI-CD4 ANTIBODY - EVIDENCE OF A CLEAR ROLE FOR SHORT-TERM ANTIGEN PERSISTENCE

      Transplantation
    91. BUSHELL A; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE INDUCED BY ANTIGEN PRETREATMENT AND DEPLETING ANTI-CD4 ANTIBODY DEPENDS ON CD4(-CELL REGULATION DURING THE INDUCTION-PHASE OF THE RESPONSE() T)

      European Journal of Immunology
    92. WOOD KJ
      MECHANISMS OF REJECTION

      Bailliere's clinical gastroenterology
    93. SHOSKES DA; WOOD KJ
      INDIRECT PRESENTATION OF MHC ANTIGENS IN TRANSPLANTATION

      Immunology today
    94. WEST LJ; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      FETAL LIVER HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS AND TOLERANCE TO ORGAN ALLOGRAFTS

      Lancet
    95. WEST LJ; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      NEONATAL INDUCTION OF TOLERANCE TO CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS

      Transplantation proceedings
    96. BUSHELL A; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      INDUCTION OF OPERATIONAL TOLERANCE BY RANDOM BLOOD-TRANSFUSION COMBINED WITH ANTI-CD4 ANTIBODY THERAPY - A PROTOCOL WITH SIGNIFICANT CLINICAL POTENTIAL

      Transplantation
    97. DARBY CR; BUSHELL A; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      NONDEPLETING ANTI-CD4 ANTIBODIES IN TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE THAT MODULATION IS FAR LESS EFFECTIVE THAN PROLONGED CD4 BLOCKADE

      Transplantation
    98. WEST LJ; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      PROLONGED SURVIVAL OF 3RD-PARTY CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS WITH 2 DIFFERENT NEONATAL TOLERANCE PROTOCOLS

      Circulation
    99. WEST LJ; MORRIS PJ; WOOD KJ
      PROLONGED SURVIVAL OF 3RD-PARTY CARDIAC ALLOGRAFTS WITH 2 DIFFERENT NEONATAL TOLERANCE PROTOCOLS

      Circulation
    100. WOOD KJ
      PERIPHERAL TOLERANCE TO ALLOANTIGEN - STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE

      European journal of immunogenetics


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