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Concept Graft Rejection
Academic Article The immunobiology of inductive anti-CD40L therapy in transplantation: allograft acceptance is not dependent upon the deletion of graft-reactive T cells.
Academic Article Glucocorticoid-induced TNFR-related protein stimulation reverses cardiac allograft acceptance induced by CD40-CD40L blockade.
Academic Article Anti-CD40L monoclonal antibody treatment induces long-term, tissue-specific, immunologic hyporesponsiveness to peripheral nerve allografts.
Academic Article Recipient-derived EDA fibronectin promotes cardiac allograft fibrosis.
Academic Article Requirement for donor and recipient CD40 expression in cardiac allograft rejection: induction of Th1 responses and influence of donor-derived dendritic cells.
Academic Article Short-term anti-CD40 ligand costimulatory blockade induces tolerance to peripheral nerve allografts, resulting in improved skeletal muscle function.
Academic Article Transient blockade of delta-like Notch ligands prevents allograft rejection mediated by cellular and humoral mechanisms in a mouse model of heart transplantation.
Academic Article IL-6 promotes cardiac graft rejection mediated by CD4+ cells.
Academic Article CD8+ Th17 mediate costimulation blockade-resistant allograft rejection in T-bet-deficient mice.
Academic Article Transforming growth factor-beta1 gene transfer is associated with the development of regulatory cells.
Academic Article Role of T cell TGFbeta signaling and IL-17 in allograft acceptance and fibrosis associated with chronic rejection.
Academic Article TGFbeta neutralization within cardiac allografts by decorin gene transfer attenuates chronic rejection.
Academic Article OX40 costimulation prevents allograft acceptance induced by CD40-CD40L blockade.

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