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Concept Acute Disease
Concept Leukemia, Erythroblastic, Acute
Concept Acute Kidney Injury
Academic Article Delayed xenograft rejection in the concordant hamster heart into Lewis rat model.
Academic Article Acute xenograft rejection mediated by antibodies produced independently of TH1/TH2 cytokine profiles.
Academic Article Intact active bone transplantation synergizes with anti-CD40 ligand therapy to induce B cell tolerance.
Academic Article Memory alloreactive B cells and alloantibodies prevent anti-CD154-mediated allograft acceptance.
Academic Article Plasma cell densities and glomerular filtration rates predict renal allograft outcomes following acute rejection.
Academic Article Effect of leflunomide in control of acute rejection in hamster-to-rat cardiac xenografts.
Academic Article Leflunomide in experimental transplantation. Control of rejection and alloantibody production, reversal of acute rejection, and interaction with cyclosporine.
Academic Article Induction of species-specific host accommodation in the hamster-to-rat xenotransplantation model.
Academic Article Lewis rat pancreas, but not cardiac xenografts, are resistant to anti-gal antibody mediated hyperacute rejection.
Academic Article Monoclonal antibodies anti-CD3, anti-TCR alpha beta and anti-CD2 act synergistically with tumor cells to stimulate lymphokine-activated killer cells and tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes to secrete interferon gamma.
Academic Article Tumor targets stimulate IL-2 activated killer cells to produce interferon-gamma and tumor necrosis factor.
Academic Article Spontaneous restoration of transplantation tolerance after acute rejection.
Academic Article Cytotoxicity of prion protein peptide (PrP106-126) differs in mechanism from the cytotoxic activity of the Alzheimer's disease amyloid peptide, A beta 25-35.
Academic Article Delayed Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte-Associated Protein 4-Immunoglobulin Treatment Reverses Ongoing Alloantibody Responses and Rescues Allografts From Acute Rejection.
Academic Article Successful Treatment of T Cell-Mediated Acute Rejection with Delayed CTLA4-Ig in Mice.
Academic Article Ability of cell-sized beads bearing tumor cell membrane proteins to stimulate LAK cells to secrete interferon-gamma and tumor necrosis factor-alpha.
Academic Article Distinct Graft-Specific TCR Avidity Profiles during Acute Rejection and Tolerance.
Academic Article B Cell Recruitment Follows Kidney Injury and Maladaptive Repair.

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