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Characterization of mixed allogeneic chimeras. Immunocompetence, in vitro reactivity, and genetic specificity of tolerance

The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Jul 1, 1985

S T IldstadD H Sachs

PMID: 3159825

Abstract

Mixed allogeneically reconstituted mice (B10 + B10.D2----B10) that specifically accept B10.D2 tail skin allografts were examined for in vivo and in vitro immunocompetence, patterns of hematopoietic repopulation, and in vitro reactivity. In vitro, mixed allogeneic chimeras (B10 + B10.D2-...read more

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Hemagglutination
Lymphocyte Culture Test, Mixed
Transplantation Immunology
Chimera Organism
Isogenic Transplantation
Antibody-Secreting Cells
Immunocompetence
Transplantation, Homologous
Bone Marrow Cell Transplantation
Immunologic Tumoricidal Activities
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Characterization of mixed allogeneic chimeras. Immunocompetence, in vitro reactivity, and genetic specificity of tolerance

The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Jul 1, 1985

S T IldstadD H Sachs

PMID: 3159825

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Abstract

Mixed allogeneically reconstituted mice (B10 + B10.D2----B10) that specifically accept B10.D2 tail skin allografts were examined for in vivo and in vitro immunocompetence, patterns of hematopoietic repopulation, and in vitro reactivity. In vitro, mixed allogeneic chimeras (B10 + B10.D2-...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Hemagglutination
Lymphocyte Culture Test, Mixed
Transplantation Immunology
Chimera Organism
Isogenic Transplantation
Antibody-Secreting Cells
Immunocompetence
Transplantation, Homologous
Bone Marrow Cell Transplantation
Immunologic Tumoricidal Activities
16

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