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Distinct regulation of H2-M3-restricted memory T cell responses in lymph node and spleen.Academic Article Why?
Histopathology and immunophenotype of the spleen during acute antibody-mediated rejection.Academic Article Why?
Nivalenol--induced apoptosis in thymus, spleen and Peyer's patches of mice.Academic Article Why?
Spleen cells from young but not old immunized mice eradicate large established cancers.Academic Article Why?
Topical modes in the preparation of human spleen specimens for routine scanning electron microscopy studies.Academic Article Why?
Use of spleen-slice homografts in the study of graft-versus-host reactions.Academic Article Why?
Antibody production by host cells in x-irradiated recipients of allogeneic spleen cells.Academic Article Why?
Expression of a microinjected immunoglobulin gene in the spleen of transgenic mice.Academic Article Why?
Generation of cytolytic t lymphocytes in vitro from alloimmune spleen cells.Academic Article Why?
Influence of metabolic inhibitors on the capacity of spleen cells to form hemolytic plaques and rosettes.Academic Article Why?
Quantitation of immunoglobulin genes by nucleic acid hybridization with RNA from myeloma and spleen microsomes.Academic Article Why?
Reversal of diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice without spleen cell-derived beta cell regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Spleen cell population changes and hemolytic anemia in F344 rats with large granular lymphocyte leukemia.Academic Article Why?
Suppression of the plaque-forming cell response by macrophages present in the normal rat spleen.Academic Article Why?
Synergy of antihost antiserum with donor spleen cells in the graft-versus-host reaction.Academic Article Why?
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