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    1. Anderson, CC; Matzinger, P
      Immunity or tolerance: Opposite outcomes of microchimerism from skin grafts

      NATURE MEDICINE
    2. Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism and transplant tolerance

      IMMUNITY
    3. Wekerle, T; Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism and transplantation tolerance

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF MEDICINE
    4. van Pel, M; Vingerhoed, J; de Vries-van der Zwan, A; van der Pol, MA; Boog, CJP
      Mechanisms of donor-specific tolerance in a skin transplantation model

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    5. Brouha, PCR; Ildstad, ST
      Mixed allogeneic chimerism - Past, present, and prospects for the future

      TRANSPLANTATION
    6. Basker, M; Alwayn, IPJ; Buhler, L; Harper, D; Abraham, S; Gray, HK; DeAngelis, H; Awwad, M; Down, J; Rieben, R; White-Scharf, ME; Sachs, DH; Thall, A; Cooper, DKC
      Clearance of mobilized porcine peripheral blood progenitor cells is delayed by depletion of the pragocytic reticuloendothelial system in baboons

      TRANSPLANTATION
    7. Appel, JZ; Alwayn, IPJ; Correa, LE; Cooper, DKC; Robson, SC
      Modulation of platelet aggregation in baboons: Implications for mixed chimerism in xenotransplantation. II. The effects of cyclophosphamide on pig peripheral blood progenitor cell-induced aggregation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    8. Okano, S; Eto, M; Tomita, Y; Yoshizumi, T; Yamada, H; Minagawa, R; Nomoto, K; Sugimachi, K; Nomoto, K
      Cyclophosphamide-induced tolerance in rat orthotopic liver transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    9. Alwayn, IPJ; Buhler, L; Appel, JZ; Goepfert, C; Csizmadia, E; Correa, L; Harper, D; Kitamura, H; Down, J; Awwad, M; Sackstein, R; Cooper, DKC; Robson, SC
      Mechanisms of thrombotic microangiopathy following xenogeneic hematopoietic progenitor cell transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    10. Rosengard, BR; Turka, LA
      The tolerant recipient: looking great in someone else's genes

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    11. Gagne, K; Brouard, S; Guillet, M; Cuturi, MC; Souilillou, JP
      TGF-beta 1 and donor dendritic cells are common key components in donor-specific blood transfusion and anti-class II heart graft enhancement, whereastolerance induction also required inflammatory cytokines down-regulation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Luznik, L; Jalla, S; Engstrom, LW; Iannone, R; Fuchs, EJ
      Durable engraftment of major histocompatibility complex-incompatible cellsafter nonmyeloablative conditioning with fludarabine, low-dose total body irradiation, and posttransplantation cyclophosphamide

      BLOOD
    13. Yang, YG; Chen, AM; Garrett, LJ; Sergio, JJ; Theodore, P; Awwad, M; VerHalen, J; Bodine, DM; Sachs, DH; Sykes, M
      Development and analysis of transgenic mice expressing porcine hematopoietic cytokines: a model for achieving durable porcine hematopoietic chimerismacross an extensive xenogeneic barrier

      XENOTRANSPLANTATION
    14. Good, RA
      Progress toward production of immunologic tolerance with no or minimal toxic immunosuppression for prevention of immunodeficiency and autoimmune diseases

      WORLD JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    15. Yoshikawa, M; Tomita, Y; Uchida, T; Zhang, QW; Nomoto, K
      Inability of cyclophosphamide-induced tolerance to permit engraftment of pluripotent stem cells contained in a moderate number of syngeneic bone marrow cells

      IMMUNOBIOLOGY
    16. Staerz, UD; Lee, DS; Qi, Y
      Induction of specific immune tolerance with hybrid antibodies

      IMMUNOLOGY TODAY
    17. Chen, AM; Zhou, Y; Swenson, K; Sachs, DH; Sykes, M; Yang, YG
      Porcine stem cell engraftment and seeding of murine thymus with class II+ cells in mice expressing porcine cytokines - toward tolerance induction across discordant xenogeneic barriers

      TRANSPLANTATION
    18. Ringden, O; Soderdahl, G; Mattsson, J; Uzunel, M; Remberger, M; Hentschke, P; Hagglund, H; Sparrelid, E; Elmhorn-Rosenborg, A; Duraj, F; Zetterquist, H; Ericzon, BG
      Transplantation of autologous and allogeneic bone marrow with liver from acadaveric donor for primary liver cancer

      TRANSPLANTATION
    19. Tsui, TY; Deiwick, A; Ko, SH; Schlitt, HJ
      Specific immunosuppression by postoperative infusion of allogeneic spleen cells - Requirement of donor major histocompatibility complex expression and graft-versus-host reactivity

      TRANSPLANTATION
    20. Urvater, JA; Otting, N; Loehrke, JH; Rudersdorf, R; Slukvin, II; Piekarczyk, MS; Golos, TG; Hughes, AL; Bontrop, RE; Watkins, DI
      Mamu-I: A novel primate MHC class IB-related locus with unusually low variability

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Urvater, JA; Steffen, SR; Rehrauer, W; Watkins, DI
      An unusual insertion in intron 2 of apparently functional MHC class I alleles in rhesus macaques

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    22. Algvere, PV; Gouras, P; Kopp, ED
      Long-term outcome of RPE allografts in non-immunosuppressed patients with AMD

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    23. Staerz, UD; Qi, Y
      Treatment of an autoimmune disease with "Classical" T cell veto: A proposal

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    24. Yoshikawa, M; Tomita, Y; Uchida, T; Zhang, QW; Shimizu, I; Nomoto, K
      Cyclophosphamide 200 mg/kg lacks ability to induce pluripotent stem cell engraftment in mice

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    25. Cosimi, AB
      Clinical application of tolerance induction in solid organ transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    26. Yoshikawa, M; Tomita, Y; Uchida, T; Zhang, QW; Nomoto, K
      Lack of pluripotent stem cell engraftment in cyclophosphamide-induced tolerance

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    27. Wekerle, T; Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism as an approach for the induction of transplantation tolerance

      TRANSPLANTATION
    28. Thomson, AW; Lu, L
      Dendritic cells as regulators of immune reactivity: Implications for transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    29. Asiedu, C; Meng, YR; Wang, W; Huang, Z; Contreras, JL; George, JF; Thomas, JM
      Immunoregulatory role of CD8 alpha in the veto effect - Transforming growth factor-beta 1 activation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    30. Lobashevsky, A; Smith, JP; Kasten-Jolly, J; Horton, H; Knapp, L; Bontrop, RE; Watkins, D; Thomas, J
      Identification of DRB alleles in rhesus monkeys using polymerase chain reaction-sequence-specific primers (PCR-SSP) amplification

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    31. CHATENOUD L
      TOLEROGENIC ANTIBODIES AND FUSION PROTEINS TO PREVENT GRAFT-REJECTIONAND TREAT AUTOIMMUNITY

      Molecular medicine today
    32. GEORGE JF; SWEENEY SD; KIRKLIN JK; SIMPSON EM; GOLDSTEIN DR; THOMAS JM
      AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR FAS LIGAND IN TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE INDUCEDBY DONOR BONE-MARROW

      Nature medicine
    33. TANAKA SA; HIRAMATSU T; OSHITOMI T; IMAI Y; KOYANAGI H
      INDUCTION OF DONOR-SPECIFIC TOLERANCE TO CARDIAC XENOGRAFTS IN-UTERO

      The Journal of heart and lung transplantation
    34. DEVRIESVANDERZWAN A; BESSELING AC; VANDERPOL MA; DEWAAL LP; BOOG CJP
      SPECIFIC TOLERANCE INDUCTION AND ORGAN-TRANSPLANTATION

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    35. DEVRIESVANDERZWAN A; VANDERPOL MA; DEWAAL LP; BOOG CJP
      AN ALTERNATIVE CONDITIONING REGIMEN FOR INDUCTION OF SPECIFIC SKIN-GRAFT TOLERANCE ACROSS FULL MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX BARRIERS

      Transplant immunology
    36. SHENG B; ODEBRALSKI JM; SMITH RT
      ALL-OR-NONE PERIPHERAL TOLERANCE INDUCTION IN H-Y ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC TCR TRANSGENIC MICE

      Transplant immunology
    37. Khanna, A; Antonysamy, MA; Subbotin, VM; Steptoe, RJ; Li, W; Rudert, WA; Thomson, AW
      Impact of Flt-3 ligand on donor-derived antigen presenting cells and alloimmune reactivity in heart graft recipients given adjuvant donor bone marrow

      TRANSPLANT IMMUNOLOGY
    38. DEPAUW L; ABRAMOWICZ D; DONCKIER V; KORNREICH A; DESTREE M; DEMOOR F; ANDRIEN M; LAMBERMONT M; GOLDMAN M
      ISOLATION AND INFUSION OF DONOR CD34(-MARROW CELLS IN CADAVER KIDNEY-TRANSPLANTATION() BONE)

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    39. Ko, DSC; Bartholomew, A; Poncelet, AJ; Sachs, DH; Huang, C; LeGuern, A; Abraham, KI; Colvin, RB; Boskovic, S; Hong, HZ; Wee, SL; Winn, HJ; Cosimi, AB
      Demonstration of multilineage chimerism in a nonhuman primate concordant xenograft model

      XENOTRANSPLANTATION
    40. DEVRIESVANDERZWAN A; VANDERPOL MA; BESSELING AC; DEWAAL LP; BOOG CJP
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS CAN INDUCE SPECIFIC SKIN-GRAFT ACCEPTANCE ACROSS FULL MHC BARRIERS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    41. WANG WL; ASIEDU C; GEORGE JF; THOMAS JM
      MOLECULAR-CLONING, EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RHESUS MACAQUE FAS LIGAND CDNA

      Human immunology
    42. WEKERLE T; SACHS DH; SYKES M
      MIXED CHIMERISM FOR THE INDUCTION OF TOLERANCE - POTENTIAL APPLICABILITY IN CLINICAL COMPOSITE TISSUE GRAFTING

      Transplantation proceedings
    43. JONKER M; SLINGERLAND W; OSSEVOORT M; KUHN E; NEVILLE D; FRIEND P; CALNE R
      INDUCTION OF KIDNEY GRAFT ACCEPTANCE BY CREATING A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY FOR IMMUNOLOGICAL ENGAGEMENT (WOFIE) IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      Transplantation proceedings
    44. RACHAMIM N; GAN J; SEGALL H; KRAUTHGAMER R; MARCUS H; BERREBI A; MARTELLI M; REISNER Y
      TOLERANCE INDUCTION BY MEGADOSE HEMATOPOIETIC TRANSPLANTS - DONOR-TYPE HUMAN CD34 STEM-CELLS INDUCE POTENT SPECIFIC REDUCTION OF HOST ANTIDONOR CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE PRECURSORS IN MIXED LYMPHOCYTE CULTURE

      Transplantation
    45. Sanfilippo, F
      Transplantation tolerance - The search continues

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    46. RADDATZ G; DEIWICK A; SATO T; SCHLITT HJ
      INHIBITION OF CYTOTOXIC ALLOREACTIVITY BY HUMAN ALLOGENEIC MONONUCLEAR-CELLS - EVIDENCE FOR VETO FUNCTION OF CD2(+) CELLS

      Immunology
    47. TAKEUCHI K; INABA M; MIYASHIMA S; OGAWA R; IKEHARA S
      A NEW STRATEGY FOR TREATMENT OF AUTOIMMUNE-DISEASES IN CHIMERIC RESISTANT MRL LPR MICE/

      Blood
    48. NIKOLIC B; SYKES M
      BONE-MARROW CHIMERISM AND TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE

      Current opinion in immunology
    49. HOLLANDER AAMJ; DEWAAL LP; VANBOCKEL HJ; JONKER M; CLAAS FHJ; MAARSCHALK MFJV; BRUIJN JA; VANDERWOUDE FJ
      NO TOLERANCE INDUCTION WITH CRYOPRESERVED BONE-MARROW CELLS AFTER ALLOGENEIC KIDNEY-TRANSPLANTATION AND ANTILYMPHOCYTE GLOBULIN IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      Transplant international
    50. BANERJEE PT; IERINO FL; KAYNOR GC; GIOVINO M; HAWLEY R; ROSA MD; LEGUERN C; SACHS DH; MONROY R
      EXPRESSION OF SWINE MHC CLASS-II GENES IN A CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY - RETROVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-THERAPY IN A PRECLINICAL TRANSPLANTATION MODEL

      Xenotransplantation
    51. HAWLEY RJ; ABRAHAM S; AKIYOSHI DE; ARDUINI R; DENARO M; DICKERSON M; MESHALUM DH; MONROY RL; SCHACTER BZ; ROSA MD
      XENOGENEIC BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION .1. CLONING, EXPRESSION, AND SPECIES-SPECIFICITY OF PORCINE IL-3 AND GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR

      Xenotransplantation
    52. GIOVINO MA; HAWLEY RJ; DICKERSON MW; GLASER R; MESHULAM DH; ARDUINI R; ROSA MD; MONROY RL
      XENOGENEIC BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION .2. PORCINE-SPECIFIC GROWTH-FACTORS ENHANCE PORCINE BONE-MARROW ENGRAFTMENT IN AN IN-VITRO PRIMATE MICROENVIRONMENT

      Xenotransplantation
    53. PIRENNE J; GRUESSNER AC; BENEDETTI E; TROPPMANN C; NAKHLEH RE; UCKUN FM; GRUESSNER RWG
      DONOR-SPECIFIC UNMODIFIED BONE-MARROW TRANSFUSION DOES NOT FACILITATEINTESTINAL ENGRAFTMENT AFTER BOWEL TRANSPLANTATION IN A PORCINE MODEL

      Surgery
    54. GARCIAMORALES R; CARRENO M; MATHEW J; ZUCKER K; CIROCCO R; CIANCIO G; BURKE G; ROTH D; TEMPLE D; ROSEN A; FULLER L; ESQUENAZI V; KARATZAS T; RICORDI C; TZAKIS A; MILLER J
      EFFECTS OF CHIMERIC CELLS FOLLOWING DONOR BONE-MARROW INFUSIONS AS DETECTED BY PCR-FLOW ASSAYS IN KIDNEY-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    55. ALLEN MD; WEYHRICH J; GAUR L; AKIMOTO H; HALL J; DALESANDRO J; SAI S; THOMAS R; NELSON KA; ANDREWS RG
      PROLONGED ALLOGENEIC AND XENOGENEIC MICROCHIMERISM IN UNMATCHED PRIMATES WITHOUT IMMUNOSUPPRESSION BY INTRATHYMIC IMPLANTATION OF CD34(-CELLS() DONOR MARROW)

      Cellular immunology
    56. DEVRIESVANDERZWAN A; BESSELING AC; DEWAAL LP; BOOG CJP
      SPECIFIC TOLERANCE INDUCTION AND TRANSPLANTATION - A SINGLE-DAY PROTOCOL

      Blood
    57. SYKES M
      CHIMERISM AND CENTRAL TOLERANCE

      Current opinion in immunology
    58. RAMSAMOOJ R; PATEL MP; LLULL R; LEVIN S; BLACK KS; HEWITT CW
      USE OF REGRESSION-ANALYSIS AND FLOW-CYTOMETRY FOR DETERMINING LEVELS OF MIXED SEMIALLOGENEIC IMMUNE CHIMERISM

      Journal of investigative surgery
    59. SELVAGGI G; RICORDI C; BOTTINO R; TZAKIS AG
      LIVER-TRANSPLANTATION WITHOUT IMMUNOSUPPRESSION - FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

      The Italian Journal of Gastroenterology
    60. MAYUMI H; UMESUE M; NOMOTO K
      CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE-INDUCED IMMUNOLOGICAL-TOLERANCE - AN OVERVIEW

      Immunobiology
    61. TOMITA Y; SACHS DH; KHAN A; SYKES M
      ADDITIONAL MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY (MAB) INJECTIONS CAN REPLACE THYMIC IRRADIATION TO ALLOW INDUCTION OF MIXED CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE IN MICE RECEIVING BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION AFTER CONDITIONING WITH ANTI-T CELL MABS AND 3-GY WHOLE-BODY IRRADIATION

      Transplantation
    62. UMESUE M; MAYUMI H; NISHIMURA Y; KONG YY; OMOTO K; MURAKAMI Y; NOMOTO K
      DONOR-SPECIFIC PROLONGATION OF RAT SKIN-GRAFT SURVIVAL INDUCED BY RAT-DONOR CELLS AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE UNDER COADMINISTRATION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES AGAINST T-CELL RECEPTOR-ALPHA-BETA AND NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS IN MICE

      Transplantation
    63. SHEN ZY; MOHIUDDIN M; GOLDSTEIN C; YOKOYAMA H; DISESA VJ
      DURABILITY OF DONOR-SPECIFIC AND ORGAN-SPECIFIC HEART-TRANSPLANT TOLERANCE INDUCED BY INTRATHYMIC PRETREATMENT WITH ALLOGENEIC SPLEEN-CELLS

      Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery
    64. COLSON YL; LANGE J; FOWLER K; ILDSTAD ST
      MECHANISM FOR COTOLERANCE IN NONLETHALLY CONDITIONED MIXED CHIMERAS -NEGATIVE SELECTION OF THE V-BETA T-CELL RECEPTOR REPERTOIRE BY BOTH HOST AND DONOR BONE-MARROW-DERIVED CELLS

      Blood
    65. BACHARLUSTIG E; RACHAMIM N; LI HW; LAN FS; REISNER Y
      MEGADOSE OF T-CELL-DEPLETED BONE-MARROW OVERCOMES MHC BARRIERS IN SUBLETHALLY IRRADIATED MICE

      Nature medicine
    66. NISHIMURA Y; ETO M; MAEDA T; HIROMATSU K; NOMOTO K; KONG YY; NOMOTO K
      THE INDUCTION OF SKIN XENOGRAFT TOLERANCE IN RAT-TO-MOUSE COMBINATIONCOULD BE AFFECTED BY DFR MEDIATING CELLS AND ANTIBODIES AGAINST RAT BONE-MARROW CELLS AS WELL AS NK CELLS IN THE CYCLO-PHOSPHAMIDE-INDUCED TOLERANCE SYSTEM

      Immunobiology
    67. NAKAFUSA Y; ARIMA T; GOSS JA; FLYE MW
      GENERATION OF SUPPRESSOR CELLS MAINTAINS DONOR-SPECIFIC TOLERANCE AFTER INTRATHYMIC INJECTION OF ALLOANTIGEN

      Transplantation proceedings
    68. UMESUE M; MAYUMI H; NISHIMURA Y; KONG YY; OMOTO K; MURAKAMI Y; NOMOTO K; NOMOTO K
      XENOGENEIC (RAT TO MOUSE) SKIN TOLERANCE INDUCED BY MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES, XENOGENEIC CELLS, AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE

      Transplantation proceedings
    69. LI H; ABOUELEZZ AY; GAMBRELL BE; ILDSTAD ST
      MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE .3. A NONLETHAL APPROACH TO INDUCE DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE TO SIMULTANEOUS ISLET XENOGRAFTS

      Transplantation
    70. NOMOTO K; KONG YY; OMOTO K; UMESUE M; MURAKAMI Y; MATSUZAKI G; NOMOTO K
      TOLERANCE INDUCTION IN A FULLY ALLOGENEIC COMBINATION USING ANTI-T CELL RECEPTOR-ALPHA-BETA MONOCLONAL, ANTIBODY, LOW-DOSE IRRADIATION, ANDDONOR BONE-MARROW TRANSFUSION

      Transplantation
    71. ETO M; NISHIMURA Y; MATSUO K; OMOTO K; GOTO K; KUMUZAWA J; NOMOTO K
      PROLONGATION OF KIDNEY GRAFT-SURVIVAL BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE-INDUCED TOLERANCE IN RATS

      The Journal of urology
    72. COLSON YL; WREN SM; SCHUCHERT MJ; PATRENE KD; JOHNSON PC; BOGGS SS; ILDSTAD ST
      A NONLETHAL CONDITIONING APPROACH TO ACHIEVE DURABLE MULTILINEAGE MIXED CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE ACROSS MAJOR, MINOR, AND HEMATOPOIETIC HISTOCOMPATIBILITY BARRIERS

      The Journal of immunology
    73. SHEN ZY; MOHIUDDIN M; DISESA VJ
      SUPPRESSOR CELLS AND INTRATHYMIC INOCULATION OF DONOR ALLOANTIGENS INCARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION

      The Annals of thoracic surgery
    74. CHARPENTIER B; ALARD P; HIESSE C; LANTZ O
      INDUCTION OF PERIPHERAL T-CELL TOLERANCE AND ALLO XENOIMMUNITY/

      Pathologie et biologie
    75. JEYARAJAH DR; SCHMEISSER FS; KADAKIA RA; THISTLETHWAITE JR
      PROLONGATION OF SKIN XENOGRAFT SURVIVAL WITH CONCOMITANT DONOR BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION

      Transplantation proceedings
    76. SMITH JP; KASTENJOLLY J; FIELD LJ; THOMAS JM
      ASSESSMENT OF DONOR BONE-MARROW CELL-DERIVED CHIMERISM IN TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE USING TRANSGENIC MICE

      Transplantation
    77. VERBANAC KKM; CARVER FM; HAISCH CE; THOMAS JM
      A ROLE FOR TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA IN THE VETO MECHANISM IN TRANSPLANT TOLERANCE

      Transplantation
    78. MAEDA T; ETO M; NISHIMURA Y; KONG YY; NOMOTO K; NOMOTO K
      EVIDENCE THAT DONOR-SPECIFIC SUPPRESSOR CELLS CAN BE PRODUCED INDEPENDENTLY OF THE THYMUS

      Transplantation
    79. SHEN ZY; KLINE G; MOHIUDDIN M; DISESA VJ
      HISTOCOMPATIBILITY DIFFERENCES AND CARDIAC TRANSPLANT TOLERANCE PRODUCED BY INTRATHYMIC PRETREATMENT

      Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery
    80. MATSUURA A; KATSUNO M; SUZUKI Y; ITO T; YASUURA K; ABE T; YOSHIKAI Y
      CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE-INDUCED TOLERANCE IN FULLY ALLOGENEIC HEART-TRANSPLANTATION IN MICE

      Cellular immunology
    81. NASSIRI M; VICIANA A; STREILEIN JW; RUIZ P
      DONOR-SPECIFIC SKIN TRANSPLANTS ACTIVATE ALLODESTRUCTIVE T-CELLS IN MICE RESISTANT TO NEONATAL H-2 TOLERANCE INDUCTION

      Transplantation
    82. TOMITA Y; NOMOTO K
      PREVENTION OF INDUCTION OF UNRESPONSIVENESS TO CLASS-I ANTIGENS BY VETO ACTIVITY OF DONOR MARROW IN CYLOPHOSPHAMIDE-TREATED MICE

      Transplantation
    83. PIERCE GE; WATTS LM
      DO DONOR CELLS FUNCTION AS VETO CELLS IN THE INDUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF TOLERANCE ACROSS AN MHC DISPARITY IN MIXED LYMPHOID RADIATION CHIMERAS

      Transplantation


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