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    1. Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism and transplant tolerance

      IMMUNITY
    2. Sprent, J; Kishimoto, H
      The thymus and central tolerance

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Wekerle, T; Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism and transplantation tolerance

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF MEDICINE
    4. 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
    5. Zhao, Y; Rodriguez-Barbosa, JI; Swenson, K; Zhao, GL; Arn, JS; Sykes, M
      Highly disparate xenogeneic skin graft tolerance induction by fetal pig thymus in thymectomized mice - Conditioning requirements and the role of coimplantation of fetal pig liver

      TRANSPLANTATION
    6. Ohdan, H; Yang, YG; Swenson, KG; Kitamura, H; Sykes, M
      T cell and B cell tolerance to Gal alpha 1,3Gal-expressing heart xenografts is achieved in alpha 1,3-galactosyltransferase-deficient mice by nomyeloablative induction of mixed chimerism

      TRANSPLANTATION
    7. Nikolic, B; Cooke, DT; Zhao, GL; Sykes, M
      Both gamma delta T cells and NK cells inhibit the engraftment of xenogeneic rat bone marrow cells and the induction of xenograft tolerance in mice

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Sachs, DH
      Mixed chimerism as an approach to transplantation tolerance

      CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Werkele, T; Kurtz, J; Ito, H; Ronquillo, JV; Dong, V; Zhao, GL; Shaffer, J; Sayegh, MH; Sykes, M
      Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation with co-stimulatory blockade induces macrochimerism and tolerance without cytoreductive host treatment

      NATURE MEDICINE
    10. 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
    11. Brent, LB
      Tolerance and its clinical significance

      WORLD JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    12. 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
    13. Barta, A; Batai, A; Kelemen, E; Lengyel, L; Remenyi, P; Sipos, A; Torbagyi, E; Avalos, M; Fekete, E; Foldi, J; Paldi-Haris, P; Tamaska, J; Gyodi, E; Rajczy, K; Hoffer, I; Jakab, J; Petranyi, GG; Paloczi, K
      Immunological importance of chimerism in transplantation: New conditioningprotocol in BMT and the development of chimeric state

      HUMAN IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Izutani, H; Gundry, SR; Asano, M; Fagoaga, O; Zuppan, CW; Bailey, LL
      Probable failure of chimerism induction in orthotopically transplanted monkey hearts in baboons

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    15. 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
    16. Buhler, L; Awwad, M; Basker, M; Gojo, S; Watts, A; Treter, S; Nash, K; Oravec, G; Chang, Q; Thall, A; Down, JD; Sykes, M; Andrews, D; Sackstein, R; White-Scharf, ME; Sachs, DH; Cooper, DKC
      High-dose porcine hematopoietic cell transplantation combined with CD40 ligand blockade in baboons prevents an induced anti-pig humoral response

      TRANSPLANTATION
    17. Yang, YG; Chen, AM; Sergio, JJ; Zhou, Y; Sykes, M
      Role of antibody-independent complement activation in rejection of porcinebone marrow cells in mice

      TRANSPLANTATION
    18. Butler, PEM; Lee, WPA; van de Water, AP; Randolph, MA
      Neonatal induction of tolerance to skeletal tissue allografts without immunosuppression

      PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
    19. Bracy, JL; Cretin, N; Cooper, DKC; Iacomini, J
      Xenoreactive natural antibodies

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    20. Sachs, DH
      Immunologic tolerance to organ transplants

      JOURNAL OF GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY
    21. Wekerle, T; Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism as an approach for the induction of transplantation tolerance

      TRANSPLANTATION
    22. Bartholomew, AM; Powelson, J; Sachs, DH; Bailin, M; Boskovic, S; Colvin, R; Hong, HZ; Johnson, M; Kimikawa, M; LeGuern, A; Meehan, S; Sablinski, T; Wee, SL; Cosimi, AB
      Tolerance in a concordant nonhuman primate model

      TRANSPLANTATION
    23. Ierino, FL; Gojo, S; Banerjee, PT; Giovino, M; Xu, YX; Gere, J; Kaynor, C; Awwad, M; Monroy, R; Rembert, J; Hatch, T; Foley, A; Kozlowski, T; Yamada, K; Neethling, FA; Fishman, J; Bailin, M; Spitzer, TR; Cooper, DKC; Cosimi, AB; LeGuern, C; Sachs, DH
      Transfer of swine major histocompatibility complex class II genes into autologous bone marrow cells of baboons for the induction of tolerance across xenogeneic barriers

      TRANSPLANTATION
    24. Sablinski, T; Emery, DW; Monroy, R; Hawley, RJ; Xu, YX; Gianello, P; Lorf, T; Kozlowski, T; Bailin, M; Cooper, DKC; Cosimi, AB; Sachs, DH
      Long-term discordant xenogeneic (porcine-to-primate) bone marrow engraftment in a monkey treated with porcine-specific growth factors

      TRANSPLANTATION
    25. Yamada, K; Gianello, PR; Ierino, FL; Fishbein, J; Lorf, T; Shimizu, A; Colvin, RB; Sachs, DH
      Role of the thymus in transplantation tolerance in miniature swine - II. Effect of steroids and age on the induction of tolerance to class I mismatched renal allografts

      TRANSPLANTATION
    26. Nash, K; Chang, Q; Watts, A; Treter, S; Oravec, G; Ferrara, V; Buhler, L; Basker, M; Gojo, S; Sachs, DH; White-Scharf, M; Down, JD; Cooper, DKC
      Peripheral blood progenitor cell mobilization and leukapheresis in pigs

      LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    27. Nakamura, MC; Naper, C; Niemi, EC; Spusta, SC; Rolstad, B; Butcher, GW; Seaman, WE; Ryan, JC
      Natural killing of xenogeneic cells mediated by the mouse Ly-49D receptor

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    28. Ohdan, H; Yang, YG; Shimizu, A; Swenson, KG; Sykes, M
      Mixed chimerism induced without lethal conditioning prevents T cell- and anti-Gal alpha 1,3Gal-mediated graft rejection

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    29. AUCHINCLOSS H; SACHS DH
      XENOGENEIC TRANSPLANTATION

      Annual review of immunology
    30. Sykes, M; Ohdan, H; Manilay, JO; Wekerle, T; Yang, YG
      Hematopoietic chimerism and tolerance of T cells, B cells, and NK cells

      TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS
    31. KOZLOWSKI T; MONROY R; XU YX; GLASER R; AWWAD M; COOPER DKC; SACHS DH
      ANTI-GAL-ALPHA-1-3GAL ANTIBODY-RESPONSE TO PORCINE BONE-MARROW IN UNMODIFIED BABOONS AND BABOONS CONDITIONED FOR TOLERANCE INDUCTION

      Transplantation
    32. WARRENS AN; SIMON AR; THEODORE PR; SACHS DH; SYKES M
      FUNCTION OF PORCINE ADHESION MOLECULES IN A HUMAN MARROW MICROENVIRONMENT

      Transplantation
    33. MANILAY JO; PEARSON DA; SERGIO JJ; SWENSON KG; SYKES M
      INTRATHYMIC DELETION OF ALLOREACTIVE T-CELLS IN MIXED BONE-MARROW CHIMERAS PREPARED WITH A NONMYELOABLATIVE CONDITIONING - REGIMEN

      Transplantation
    34. NIKOLIC B; LEI H; PEARSON DA; SERGIO JJ; SWENSON KG; SYKES M
      ROLE OF INTRATHYMIC RAT CLASS II-]MOUSE BONE-MARROW CHIMERAS( CELLS IN MAINTAINING DELETIONAL TOLERANCE IN XENOGENEIC RAT)

      Transplantation
    35. YANG YG; DEGOMA E; OHDAN H; BRACY JL; XU YX; IACOMINI J; THALL AD; SYKES M
      TOLERIZATION OF ANTI-GAL-ALPHA-1-3GAL NATURAL ANTIBODY-FORMING B-CELLS BY INDUCTION OF MIXED CHIMERISM

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    36. GREENSTEIN JL; SACHS DH
      THE USE OF TOLERANCE FOR TRANSPLANTATION ACROSS XENOGENEIC BARRIERS

      Nature biotechnology
    37. NIKOLIC B; SYKES M
      BONE-MARROW CHIMERISM AND TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE

      Current opinion in immunology
    38. 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
    39. SYKES M; ZHAO Y; YANG YG
      TOLERANCE INDUCTION FOR XENOTRANSPLANTATION

      World journal of surgery
    40. EXNER BG; NEIPP M; ILDSTAD ST
      BABOON BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION IN HUMANS - APPLICATION OF CROSS-SPECIES DISEASE RESISTANCE

      World journal of surgery
    41. NIKOLIC B; SYKES M
      MIXED HEMATOPOIETIC CHIMERISM AND TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE

      Immunologic research
    42. JANKOWSKI RA; ILDSTAD ST
      CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE - FROM FREEMARTIN CATTLE TO NEONATAL MICE TO HUMANS

      Human immunology
    43. ZHAO Y; SYKES M
      RESISTANCE TO MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-INDUCED CD8-CELL DEPLETION IN THYMECTOMIZED MHC CLASS II-DEFICIENT MICE( T)

      Transplantation
    44. SABLINSKI T; GIANELLO PR; BAILIN M; BERGEN KS; EMERY DW; FISHMAN JA; FOLEY A; HATCH T; HAWLEY RJ; KOZLOWSKI T; LORF T; MEEHAN S; MONROY R; POWELSON JA; COLVIN RB; COSIMI AB; SACHS DH
      PIG TO MONKEY BONE-MARROW AND KIDNEY XENOTRANSPLANTATION

      Surgery
    45. SYKES M
      CHIMERISM AND CENTRAL TOLERANCE

      Current opinion in immunology
    46. GRITSCH HA; SYKES M
      HOST MARROW HAS A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THAT LIMITS DONOR HEMATOPOIETIC REPOPULATION IN MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS

      Xenotransplantation
    47. YANG YG; SERGIO JJ; SWENSON K; GLASER RM; MONROY R; SYKES M
      DONOR-SPECIFIC GROWTH-FACTORS PROMOTE SWINE HEMATOPOIESIS IN SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE-DEFICIENT MICE

      Xenotransplantation
    48. SYKES M
      HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL TRANSPLANTATION FOR THE INDUCTION OF ALLOTOLERANCEAND XENOTOLERANCE

      Clinical transplantation
    49. SCHUMACHER IK; NEWBERG MH; JACKSON JD; HAMMEL JM; RUBOCKI RJ; ENGELHARD VH; FOX IJ
      USE OF GENE-THERAPY TO SUPPRESS THE ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC IMMUNE-RESPONSESIN MICE TO AN HLA-ANTIGEN

      Transplantation
    50. SACHS DH; SYKES M; GREENSTEIN JL; COSIMI AB
      TOLERANCE AND XENOGRAFT SURVIVAL

      Nature medicine
    51. SACHS DH
      THE PIG AS A XENOGRAFT DONOR

      Pathologie et biologie
    52. SACHS DH
      THE PIG AS A POTENTIAL XENOGRAFT DONOR

      Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
    53. SACHS DH
      THE PIG AS A POTENTIAL XENOGRAFT DONOR

      Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
    54. SYKES M; LEE LA; SACHS DH
      XENOGRAFT TOLERANCE

      Immunological reviews
    55. LEE LA; SERGIO JJ; SACHS DH; SYKES M
      MECHANISM OF TOLERANCE IN MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS PREPARED WITH A NONMYELOABLATIVE CONDITIONING REGIMEN

      Transplantation proceedings
    56. TOMITA Y; KHAN A; SYKES M
      ROLE OF INTRATHYMIC CLONAL DELETION AND PERIPHERAL ANERGY IN TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE INDUCED BY BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION IN MICE CONDITIONED WITH A NONMYELOABLATIVE REGIMEN

      The Journal of immunology
    57. TOMITA Y; SACHS DH; SYKES M
      MYELOSUPPRESSIVE CONDITIONING IS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE ENGRAFTMENT OF PLURIPOTENT STEM-CELLS CONTAINED IN MODERATE DOSES OF SYNGENEIC BONE-MARROW

      Blood
    58. SYKES M; HARTY MW; KARLHOFER FM; PEARSON DA; SZOT G; YOKOYAMA W
      HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS AND RADIORESISTANT HOST ELEMENTS INFLUENCE NATURAL-KILLER-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of experimental medicine


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