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    1. Croisille, L; Tchernia, G; Casadevall, N
      Autoimmune disorders of erythropoiesis

      CURRENT OPINION IN HEMATOLOGY
    2. Vaslin, MFS; Vidal, MS; Alves, ED; Farinelli, L; de Oliveira, DE
      Co-suppression mediated virus resistance in transgenic tobacco plants harboring the 3 '-untranslated region of Andean potato mottle virus

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    3. Zhao, J; Ramadan, E; Cappiello, M; Wroblewska, B; Bzdega, T; Neale, JH
      NAAG inhibits KCl-induced [H-3]-GABA release via mGluR3, cAMP, PKA and L-type calcium conductance

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Moller, G
      Current concepts of the mechanisms of antibody suppression are not compatible with contemporary knowledge of lymphocyte activation

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Sinclair, NRS
      Reply: Some afterthoughts - Pragmatic and philosophical

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    6. Silvera, P; Wade-Evans, A; Rud, E; Hull, R; Silvera, K; Sangster, R; Almond, N; Stott, J
      Mechanisms of protection induced by live attenuated simian immunodeficiency virus III. Viral interference and the role of CD8+T-cells and beta-chemokines in the inhibition of virus infection of PBMCs in vitro

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PRIMATOLOGY
    7. Crawford, PC; Papadi, GP; Levy, JK; Benson, NA; Mergia, A; Johnson, CM
      Tissue dynamics of CD8 lymphocytes that suppress viral replication in catsinfected neonatally with feline immunodeficiency virus

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    8. Freedman, MH
      Diamond-Blackfan anaemia

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    9. Plate, JMD; Harris, JE
      Immune cell functions in pancreatic cancer

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Pastorino, L; Colciaghi, F; Gardoni, F; Albani-Torregrossa, S; Pellegrini-Giampietro, DE; Moroni, F; De Graan, PNE; Cattabeni, F; Di Luca, M
      (+)-MCPG induces PKC epsilon translocation in cortical synaptosomes through a PLD-coupled mGluR

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Kaul, SC; Sugihara, T; Yoshida, A; Nomura, H; Wadhwa, R
      Gros1, a potential growth suppressor on chromosome 1: its identity to basement membrane-associated proteoglycan, leprecan

      ONCOGENE
    12. Mosoian, A; Teixeira, A; Caron, E; Piwoz, J; Klotman, ME
      CD8(+) cell lines isolated from HIV-1-infected children have potent soluble HIV-1 inhibitory activity that differs from beta-chemokines

      VIRAL IMMUNOLOGY
    13. Vicenzi, E; Alfano, M; Ghezzi, S; Gatti, A; Veglia, F; Lazzarin, A; Sozzani, S; Mantovani, A; Poli, G
      Divergent regulation of HIV-1 replication in PBMC of infected individuals by CC chemokines: suppression by RANTES, MIP-1 alpha, and MCP-3, and enhancement by MCP-1

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    14. Sistiaga, A; Sanchez-Prieto, J
      Protein phosphatase 2B inhibitors mimic the action of arachidonic acid andprolong the facilitation of glutamate release by group I mGlu receptors

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Fransen, S; Copeland, KFT; Smieja, M; Smaill, F; Rosenthal, KL
      RANTES production by T cells and CD8-mediated inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus gene expression before initiation of potent antiretroviral therapy predict sustained suppression of viral replication

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    16. Barr, MC; Huitron-Resendiz, S; Selway, DR; Henriksen, SJ; Phillips, TR
      Exogenous glucocorticoids alter parameters of early feline immunodeficiency virus infection

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    17. Wetzel, MA; Steele, AD; Eisenstein, TK; Adler, MW; Henderson, EE; Rogers, TJ
      mu-opioid induction of monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, RANTES, and IFN-gamma-inducible protein-10 expression in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    18. Werfel, T; Kirchhoff, K; Wittmann, M; Begemann, G; Kapp, A; Heidenreich, F; Gotze, O; Zwirner, J
      Activated human T lymphocytes express a functional C3a receptor

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    19. Li, Y; Tian, S; Douglas, SD; Ho, WZ
      Morphine up-regulates expression of substance P and its receptor in human blood mononuclear phagocytes and lymphocytes

      CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Casoli, C; Vicenzi, E; Cimarelli, A; Magnani, G; Ciancianaini, P; Cattaneo, E; Dall'Aglio, P; Poli, G; Bertazzoni, U
      HTLV-II down-regulates HIV-1 replication in IL-2-stimulated primary PBMC of coinfected individuals through expression of MIP-1 alpha

      BLOOD
    21. Kohnke, A; Maier, C; Palm, S; Barth, J
      In vitro investigations of the effect of morphine and its metabolites on the phagocytosis of peripheral mononuclear cells

      SCHMERZ
    22. Leno, M; Carter, L; Venzon, DJ; Romano, J; Markham, PD; Limbach, K; Tartaglia, J; Paoletti, E; Benson, J; Franchini, G; Robert-Guroff, M
      CD8(+) lymphocyte antiviral activity in monkeys immunized with SIV recombinant poxvirus vaccines: Potential role in vaccine efficacy

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    23. Noisakran, S; Carr, DJJ
      Lymphocytes delay kinetics of HSV-1 reactivation from in vitro explants oflatent infected trigeminal ganglia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    24. Heyman, B
      Antibody feedback suppression: towards a unifying concept?

      IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS
    25. Sumner, AE; Kushner, H; Sherif, KD; Tulenko, TN; Falkner, B; Marsh, JB
      Sex differences in African-Americans regarding sensitivity to insulin's glucoregulatory and antilipolytic actions

      DIABETES CARE
    26. Petras, SF; Lindsey, S; Harwood, HJ
      HMG-CoA reductase regulation: use of structurally diverse first half-reaction squalene synthetase inhibitors to characterize the site of mevalonate-derived nonsterol regulator production in cultured IM-9 cells

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    27. Wilkinson, J; Zaunders, JJ; Carr, A; Cooper, DA
      CD8(+) anti-human immunodeficiency virus suppressor activity (CASA) in response to antiretroviral therapy: Loss of CASA is associated with loss of viremia

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    28. Mullins, DW; Burger, CJ; Elgert, KD
      Paclitaxel enhances macrophage IL-12 production in tumor-bearing hosts through nitric oxide

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    29. Fecho, K; Lysle, DT
      Phenotypic analysis of splenocyte subsets following acute morphine treatment in the rat

      CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    30. SIMONSEN JN; FOWKE KR; MACDONALD KS; PLUMMER FA
      HIV PATHOGENESIS - MECHANISMS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY AND DISEASE PROGRESSION

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Grossi, A; Nozzoli, C; Gheri, R; Santini, V; Marrani, C; Zoccolante, A; Ferrini, PR
      Pure red cell aplasia in autoimmune polyglandular syndrome with T lymphocytosis

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    32. BLECHL AE; LE HQ; ANDERSON OD
      ENGINEERING CHANGES IN WHEAT-FLOUR BY GENETIC-TRANSFORMATION

      Journal of plant physiology
    33. PAMPUSCH MS; OSINSKI MA; BROWN DR; MURTAUGH MP
      THE PORCINE MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR - MOLECULAR-CLONING AND MESSENGER-RNA DISTRIBUTION IN LYMPHOID-TISSUES

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    34. CARR DJJ
      INCREASED LEVELS OF IFN-GAMMA IN THE TRIGEMINAL GANGLION CORRELATE WITH PROTECTION AGAINST HSV-1-INDUCED ENCEPHALITIS FOLLOWING SUBCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION WITH ANDROSTENEDIOL

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    35. RISDAHL JM; KHANNA KV; PETERSON PK; MOLITOR TW
      OPIATES AND INFECTION

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    36. EISENSTEIN TK; HILBURGER ME
      OPIOID MODULATION OF IMMUNE-RESPONSES - EFFECTS ON PHAGOCYTE AND LYMPHOID-CELL POPULATIONS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    37. Neyer, LE; Kang, H; Remington, JS; Suzuki, Y
      Mesenteric lymph node T cells but not splenic T cells maintain their proliferative response to Concanavalin-A following peroral infection with Toxoplasma gondii

      PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY
    38. DIFRANCESCO P; TAVAZZI B; GAZIANO R; LAZZARINO G; CASALINUOVO IA; DIPIERRO D; GARACI E
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ACUTE MORPHINE ADMINISTRATIONS ON POLYMORPHONUCLEAR CELL-METABOLISM IN VARIOUS MOUSE STRAINS

      Life sciences (1973)
    39. NOWAK JE; GOMEZFLORES R; CALDERON SN; RICE KC; WEBER RJ
      RAT NATURAL-KILLER-CELL, T-CELL AND MACROPHAGE FUNCTIONS AFTER INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR INJECTION OF SNC-80

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    40. PERKINTON MS; SIHRA TS
      PRESYNAPTIC GABA(B) RECEPTOR MODULATION OF GLUTAMATE EXOCYTOSIS FROM RAT CEREBROCORTICAL NERVE-TERMINALS - RECEPTOR DECOUPLING BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. MACDONALD AS; MAIZELS RM; LAWRENCE RA; DRANSFIELD I; ALLEN JE
      REQUIREMENT FOR IN-VIVO PRODUCTION OF IL-4, BUT NOT IL-10, IN THE INDUCTION OF PROLIFERATIVE SUPPRESSION BY FILARIAL PARASITES (VOL 160, PG1304, 1998)

      The Journal of immunology
    42. SINGHAL PC; SHARMA P; KAPASI AA; REDDY K; FRANKI N; GIBBONS N
      MORPHINE ENHANCES MACROPHAGE APOPTOSIS

      The Journal of immunology
    43. MACDONALD AS; MAIZELS RM; LAWRENCE RA; DRANSFIELD I; ALLEN JE
      REQUIREMENT FOR IN-VIVO PRODUCTION OF IL-4, BUT NOT IL-10, IN THE INDUCTION OF PROLIFERATIVE SUPPRESSION BY FILARIAL PARASITES

      The Journal of immunology
    44. SAIRAM M; SHARMA SK; DIPTI P; PAULINE T; KAIN AK; MONGIA SS; BANSAL A; PATRA BD; ILAVAZHAGAN G; DEVENDRA K; SELVAMURTHY W
      EFFECT OF HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA ON IMMUNE FUNCTION IN ALBINO RATS

      International journal of biometeorology
    45. SCHAFFHAUSER H; KNOFLACH F; PINK JR; BLEUEL Z; CARTMELL J; GOEPFERT F; KEMP JA; RICHARDS JG; ADAM G; MUTEL V
      MULTIPLE PATHWAYS FOR REGULATION OF THE KCL-INDUCED [H-3]-GABA RELEASE BY METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS, IN PRIMARY RAT CORTICAL CULTURES

      Brain research
    46. HASEGAWA D; KOJIMA S; TATSUMI E; HAYAKAWA A; KOSAKA Y; NAKAMURA H; SAKO M; OSUGI Y; NAGATA S; SANO K
      ELEVATION OF THE SERUM FAS LIGAND IN PATIENTS WITH HEMOPHAGOCYTIC SYNDROME AND DIAMOND-BLACKFAN ANEMIA

      Blood
    47. PEFFLEY DM; GAYEN AK; MORAND OH
      DOWN-REGULATION OF 3-HYDROXY-3-METHYLGLUTARYL COENZYME-A REDUCTASE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS AND SYNTHESIS IN SYRIAN-HAMSTER C100 CELLS BY THE OXIDOSQUALENE CYCLASE INHIBITOR YLOXY)-2'-FLUORO-PHENYL]-(4-BROMOPHENYL)-METHANONE (RO-48-8071) - COMPARISON TO SIMVASTATIN

      Biochemical pharmacology
    48. CHOISNE N; MARTINCANADELL A; SMALL I
      TRANSACTIVATION OF A TARGET GENE USING A SUPPRESSOR TRANSFER-RNA IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS

      Plant journal
    49. FECHO K; MASLONEK KA; DYKSTRA LA; LYSLE DT
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-INDUCED SYMPATHECTOMY - EFFECTS ON IMMUNE STATUS AND ACUTE MORPHINE-INDUCED IMMUNOMODULATION

      Brain, behavior, and immunity
    50. SEKINE I; MASUDA T; KAWAMURA Y; DOBASHI H; KOGAWA K; YOSHIOKA S
      TRANSIENT ERYTHROPHAGOCYTOSIS IN DIAMOND-BLACKFAN ANEMIA

      Acta Paediatrica Japonica Overseas Edition
    51. MULLINS DW; ALLEVA DG; BURGER CJ; ELGERT KD
      TAXOL, A MICROTUBULE-STABILIZING ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENT, DIFFERENTIALLYREGULATES NORMAL AND TUMOR-BEARING HOST MACROPHAGE NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION

      Immunopharmacology
    52. HILBURGER ME; ADLER MW; TRUANT AL; MEISSLER JJ; SATISHCHANDRAN V; ROGERS TJ; EISENSTEIN TK
      MORPHINE INDUCES SEPSIS IN MICE

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    53. FISCHER WH; HUGLI TE
      REGULATION OF B-CELL FUNCTIONS BY C3A AND C3A(DESARG) - SUPPRESSION OF TNF-ALPHA, IL-6, AND THE POLYCLONAL IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      The Journal of immunology
    54. GOLUBEVA TS; PAROMOV VM; TUGUZ AR; CHERTOV OY; KISELEVSKY MV
      CYTOTOXIC PROTEIN FROM HUMAN PLATELETS

      FEBS letters
    55. CANAVAN BF; HUHN RD; KIM HC; KOSMIN M; SHEAY W; SAIDI P
      CONCURRENT PRESENTATION OF ERYTHROCYTIC AND MEGAKARYOCYTIC APLASIA

      American journal of hematology
    56. SELLERS WR; KAELIN WG
      XRB AS A MODULATOR OF TRANSCRIPTION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, CR. Reviews on cancer
    57. SMITH EJ; LEONE G; DEGREGORI J; JAKOI L; NEVINS JR
      THE ACCUMULATION OF AN E2F-P130 TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR DISTINGUISHES A G(0) CELL STATE FROM A G(1) CELL STATE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. OHTANI K; DEGREGORI J; LEONE G; HERENDEEN DR; KELLY TJ; NEVINS JR
      EXPRESSION OF THE HSORC1 GENE, A HUMAN ORC1 HOMOLOG, IS REGULATED BY CELL-PROLIFERATION VIA THE E2F TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    59. ERSLEV AJ; SOLTAN A
      PURE RED-CELL APLASIA - A REVIEW

      Blood reviews
    60. MORGAN EL
      REGULATION OF HUMAN B-LYMPHOCYTE ACTIVATION BY OPIOID PEPTIDE-HORMONES - INHIBITION OF IGG PRODUCTION BY OPIOID RECEPTOR CLASS (MU-, KAPPA-, AND DELTA-) SELECTIVE AGONISTS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    61. ALICEA C; BELKOWSKI S; EISENSTEIN TK; ADLER MW; ROGERS TJ
      INHIBITION OF PRIMARY MURINE MACROPHAGE CYTOKINE PRODUCTION IN-VITRO FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH THE KAPPA-OPIOID AGONIST U50,488H

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    62. CARR DJJ; BROCKUNIER LL; SCOTT M; BAGLEY JR; FRANCE CP
      MIRFENTANIL ANTAGONIZES MORPHINE-INDUCED SUPPRESSION OF SPLENIC NK ACTIVITY IN MICE

      Immunopharmacology
    63. CARR DJJ; ROGERS TJ; WEBER RJ
      THE RELEVANCE OF OPIOIDS AND OPIOID RECEPTORS ON IMMUNOCOMPETENCE ANDIMMUNE HOMEOSTASIS

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    64. COSTAS M; TRAPP T; PEREDA MP; SAUER J; RUPPRECHT R; NAHMOD VE; REUL JMHM; HOLSBOER F; ARZT E
      MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL EVIDENCE FOR IN-VITRO CYTOKINE ENHANCEMENT OF HUMAN AND MURINE TARGET-CELL SENSITIVITY TO GLUCOCORTICOIDS - TNF-ALPHA PRIMING INCREASES GLUCOCORTICOID INHIBITION OF TNF-ALPHA-INDUCED CYTOTOXICITY APOPTOSIS/

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    65. CRASS T; RAFFETSEDER U; MARTIN U; GROVE M; KLOS A; KOHL J; BAUTSCH W
      EXPRESSION CLONING OF THE HUMAN C3A ANAPHYLATOXIN RECEPTOR (C3AR) FROM DIFFERENTIATED U-937 CELLS

      European Journal of Immunology
    66. CHARLES RJ; SABO KM; KIDD PG; ABKOWITZ JL
      THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF PURE RED-CELL APLASIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THERAPY

      Blood
    67. CASADEVALL N
      CELLULAR MECHANISM OF RESISTANCE TO ERYTHROPOIETIN

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    68. LOS M; SCHENK H; HEXEL K; BAEUERLE PA; DROGE W; SCHULZEOSTHOFF K
      IL-2 GENE-EXPRESSION AND NF-KAPPA-B ACTIVATION THROUGH CD28 REQUIRES REACTIVE OXYGEN PRODUCTION BY 5-LIPOXYGENASE

      EMBO journal
    69. SATO T; MAGUIRE HC; MASTRANGELO MJ; BERD D
      HUMAN IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO DNP-MODIFIED AUTOLOGOUS CELLS AFTER TREATMENT WITH A DNP-CONJUGATED MELANOMA VACCINE

      Clinical immunology and immunopathology
    70. BURGER UL; CHANG MP; GOEDEGEBUURE PS; EBERLEIN TJ
      RECRUITMENT OF HOST CD8(-CELLS BY TUMOR-INFILTRATING LYMPHOCYTES AND RECOMBINANT INTERLEUKIN-2 DURING ADOPTIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY OF CANCER() T)

      Surgery
    71. SINGHAL PC; PAN CQ; SAGAR S; GIBBONS N; VALDERRAMA E
      MORPHINE ENHANCES DEPOSITION OF FERRITIN ANTIFERRITIN COMPLEXES IN THE GLOMERULAR MESANGIUM

      Nephron
    72. EISENSTEIN TK; MEISSLER JJ; ROGERS TJ; GELLER EB; ADLER MW
      MOUSE STRAIN DIFFERENCES IN IMMUNOSUPPRESSION BY OPIOIDS IN-VITRO

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    73. WEISSLER JC; MENDELSON C; MOYA F; YARBROUGH WC
      EFFECT OF INTERSTITIAL LUNG-DISEASE MACROPHAGES ON T-CELL SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    74. STEFANO GB; SCHARRER B
      ENDOGENOUS MORPHINE AND RELATED OPIATES, A NEW CLASS OF CHEMICAL MESSENGERS

      Advances in neuroimmunology
    75. GUAN LM; TOWNSEND R; EISENSTEIN TK; ADLER MW; ROGERS TJ
      BOTH T-CELLS AND MACROPHAGES ARE TARGETS OF KAPPA-OPIOID-INDUCED IMMUNOSUPPRESSION

      Brain, behavior, and immunity
    76. YOUNG MRI
      EICOSANOIDS AND THE IMMUNOLOGY OF CANCER

      Cancer metastasis reviews
    77. CARNEIRO VTC; DIETRICH A; MARECHALDROUARD L; COSSET A; PELLETIER G; SMALL I
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME MAJOR IDENTITY ELEMENTS IN PLANT ALANINE ANDPHENYLALANINE TRANSFER-RNAS

      Plant molecular biology
    78. SHAKER M; SHAHABI NA; SHARP BM
      EXPRESSION OF NALOXONE-RESISTANT BETA-ENDORPHIN BINDING-SITES ON A20 CELLS - EFFECTS OF CONCANAVALIN-A AND DEXAMETHASONE

      Immunopharmacology
    79. ALLEVA DG; BURGER CJ; ELGERT KD
      TUMOR-INDUCED REGULATION OF SUPPRESSOR MACROPHAGE NITRIC-OXIDE AND TNF-ALPHA PRODUCTION - ROLE OF TUMOR-DERIVED IL-10, TGF-BETA, AND PROSTAGLANDIN E(2)

      The Journal of immunology
    80. CANDOLFI E; HUNTER CA; REMINGTON JS
      MITOGEN-SPECIFIC AND ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC PROLIFERATION OF T-CELLS IN MURINE TOXOPLASMOSIS IS INHIBITED BY REACTIVE NITROGEN INTERMEDIATES

      Infection and immunity
    81. SCHAUBLE TL; BOOM WH; FINEGAN CK; RICH EA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPPRESSOR FUNCTION OF HUMAN ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGESFOR T-LYMPHOCYTE RESPONSES TO PHYTOHEMAGGLUTININ - CELLULAR SELECTIVITY, REVERSIBILITY, AND EARLY EVENTS IN T-CELL ACTIVATION

      American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology
    82. ABRONINA IF; INDROVA M; BUBENIC J; FIGURIN KM; MALAKHOVA NV; BYKOVSKAYA SN
      THE INFLUENCE OF TUMOR-IMMUNITY SUPPRESSORS ON THE EFFECTOR STAGE OF HUMAN AND ANIMAL LYMPHOKINE-ACTIVATED KILLER-CELLS

      Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy
    83. PAN CQ; BANSAL M; GIBBONS N; SINGHAL PC
      EFFECTS OF MORPHINE, ALCOHOL AND COCAINE ON CELLULAR PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS, ACCUMULATION AND PROTEOLYSIS

      Research communications in substance abuse
    84. TAMARY H; KAPLINSKY C; SHVARTZMAYER S; UMIEL T; PECHT M; LEVIN S; ZAIZOV R
      TRANSIENT ERYTHROBLASTOPENIA OF CHILDHOOD - EVIDENCE FOR CELL-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF ERYTHROPOIESIS

      The American journal of pediatric hematology/oncology
    85. CHAO CC; MOLITOR TW; CLOSE K; HU SX; PETERSON PK
      MORPHINE INHIBITS THE RELEASE OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR IN HUMAN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELL-CULTURES

      International journal of immunopharmacology
    86. STAM WB; VANOOSTERHOUT AJM; NIJKAMP FP
      PHARMACOLOGICAL MODULATION OF TH1-ASSOCIATED AND TH2-ASSOCIATED LYMPHOKINE PRODUCTION

      Life sciences
    87. STEIN CS; STREJAN GH
      RAT SPLENOCYTES INHIBIT ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC LYMPHOCYTE-PROLIFERATION THROUGH A REACTIVE NITROGEN INTERMEDIATE (RNI)-DEPENDENT MECHANISM AND EXHIBIT INCREASED RNI PRODUCTION IN RESPONSE TO IFN-GAMMA

      Cellular immunology
    88. FREEDMAN MH
      PURE RED-CELL APLASIA IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE - PATHOGENESIS ANDAPPROACHES TO DIAGNOSIS

      British Journal of Haematology
    89. PETERSON PK; MOLITOR TW; CHAO CC
      MECHANISMS OF MORPHINE-INDUCED IMMUNOMODULATION

      Biochemical pharmacology


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