PMID: 825Dec 1, 1975

Engraftment of allogeneic dog bone marrow

Transplantation Proceedings
H M VriesendorpD W van Bekkum

Abstract

Resistance to allogeneic bone-marrow grafts (AR) was found to occur in many species, including the dog. The i.v. administration of silica particles suppressed AR in vivo in this species. Genetic studies provide suggestive evidence for the existence of a previously unrecognized system or systems in the canine major histocompatibility complex controlling AR.

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