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2009 Modulation of choroidal neovascularization by subretinal injection of retinal pigment epithelium and polystyrene microbeadsMolecular Vision.  15:146-161. 2009
2008 CD8+ suppressor T cells resurrectedHuman Immunology.  69:715-720. 2008
2008 Special regulatory T-cell review: Suppressors regulated but unsuppressedImmunology.  123:28-32. 2008
2007 Ovalbumin serves as a neo-transplantation antigen in retinal pigment epithelial cellsMolecular Vision.  13:1902-1911. 2007
2007 Antigen, in the presence of TGF-β, induces up-regulation of FoxP3 gfp+ in CD4+ TCR transgenic T cells that mediate linked suppression of CD8+ T cell responsesJournal of Immunology.  179:2105-2114. 2007
2006 TCR transgenic CD8+ T cells activated in the presence of TGFβ express FoxP3 and mediate linked suppression of primary immune responses and cardiac allograft rejectionInternational Immunology.  18:1549-1562. 2006
2006 Erratum: Accumulation of immunosuppressive CD11b+ myeloid cells correlates with the failure to prevent tumor growth in the anterior chamber of the eye (Journal of Immunology (2006) 177 (1599-1608))Journal of Immunology.  177:5748. 2006
2006 Accumulation of immunosuppressive CD11b+ myeloid cells correlates with the failure to prevent tumor growth in the anterior chamber of the eyeJournal of Immunology.  177:1599-1608. 2006
2005 Regulation of CD8+ cytolytic T lymphocyte differentiation by a cholinergic pathwayJournal of Neuroimmunology.  164:66-75. 2005
2005 Use of superparamagnetic microbeads in tracking subretinal injectionsMolecular Vision.  11:256-262. 2005
2005 CD8+ T-cell tolerance induced by delivery of antigen to the anterior chamber is not the result of de Facto intravenous or mucosal administration of antigenOcular Immunology and Inflammation.  13:149-157. 2005
2005 Inhibition of cellular immune responses to encapsulated porcine islet xenografts by simultaneous blockade of two different costimulatory pathwaysTransplantation.  79:409-418. 2005
2004 Evidence for cooperativity in the rejection of cardiac grafts mediated by CD4+ TCR Tg T cells specific for a defined allopeptideAmerican Journal of Transplantation.  4:1762-1768. 2004
2004 Identification and characterization of CD8+ suppressor T cellsImmunologic Research.  29:303-311. 2004
2004 Ocular immune privilege and CTL toleranceImmunologic Research.  29:103-111. 2004
2004 γδ T cells play an essential role in several forms of toleranceImmunologic Research.  29:93-102. 2004
2004 Activation and migration of allo-peptide specific TCR transgenic T cells in cardiac allograft rejectionCellular Immunology.  230:44-55. 2004
2004 γδ T-cell clones from intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes inhibit development of CTL responses ex vivoImmunology.  111:155-164. 2004
2003 CD75s is a marker of murine CD8+ suppressor T cellsInternational Immunology.  15:1389-1399. 2003
2003 PI3 kinase enhancer-Homer complex couples mGluRI to PI3 kinase, preventing neuronal apoptosisNature Neuroscience.  6:1153-1161. 2003
2003 Erratum: Genetic tagging shows increased frequency and longevity of antigen-presenting, skin-derived dendritic cells in vivo (Nature Immunology (2003) vol. 4 (907-912))Nature Immunology.  4:1037. 2003
2003 Genetic tagging shows increased frequency and longevity of antigen-presenting, skin-derived dendritic cells in vivoNature Immunology.  4:907-912. 2003
2003 Secretion of IL-2 and IFN-γ, but not IL-4, by antigen-specific T cells requires extracellular ATPJournal of Immunology.  170:2962-2970. 2003
2003 Inhibition of tumor rejection by γδ T cells and IL-10Cellular Immunology.  221:107-114. 2003
2002 Injection of soluble antigen into the anterior chamber of the eye induces expansion and functional unresponsiveness of antigen-specific CD8+ T cellsJournal of Immunology.  169:5630-5637. 2002
2002 γδ T cells in anterior chamber-induced tolerance in CD8+ CTL responsesInvestigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science.  43:3473-3479. 2002
2002 Proliferative and cytokine responses in CTLA4-Ig-treated diabetic NOD mice transplanted with microencapsulated neonatal porcine ICCsCell Transplantation.  11:695-705. 2002
2001 Peptide affinity for MHC influences the phenotype of CD8+ T cells primed in vivoCellular Immunology.  214:89-96. 2001
2001 γδ T cells are critical for the induction of anterior chamber-associated immune deviationImmunology.  104:142-148. 2001
2001 Herpes simplex virus-induced keratitis: evaluation of the role of molecular mimicry in lesion pathogenesis.Journal of Virology.  75:3077-3088. 2001
2000 Antigenic epitopes regulate the phenotype of CD8+ CTL primed by exogenous antigensJournal of Immunology.  164:5698-5703. 2000
2000 Bovine and human insulin activate CD8+-autoreactive CTL expressing both type 1 and type 2 cytokines in C57BL/6 miceJournal of Immunology.  164:86-92. 2000
2000 Noscapine inhibits tumor growth with little toxicity to normal tissues or inhibition of immune responsesCancer Immunology, Immunotherapy.  49:217-225. 2000
1999 Bovine insulin and porcine or human insulin prime distinct CD4+ T cell subsets in C57BL/6 miceCellular Immunology.  195:66-74. 1999
1998 T cell proliferation and cytokine production in diabetic NOD mice transplanted with encapsulated porcine isletsFederation proceedings.  12. 1998
1998 Opium alkaloid noscapine is an antitumor agent that arrests metaphase and induces apoptosis in dividing cellsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  95:1601-1606. 1998
1998 Ecto-ATPase: An activation marker necessary for effector cell functionImmunological Reviews.  161:111-118. 1998
1998 Antigen is required for the activation of effector activities, whereas interleukin 2 is required for the maintenance of memory in ovalbumin- specific, CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytesJournal of Experimental Medicine.  187:49-57. 1998
1997 CTLA4-Ig prolongs survival of microencapsulated neonatal porcine islet xenografts in diabetic nod miceCell Transplantation.  6:505-508. 1997
1997 γδ T Lymphocytes Regulate the Induction and Maintenance of Oral ToleranceJournal of Immunology.  158:3610-3618. 1997
1997 Identification and partial characterization of ectoATPase expressed by immortalized B lymphocytesArchives of Biochemistry and Biophysics.  340:10-18. 1997
1997 Nonionic triblock copolymers facilitate delivery of exogenous proteins into the MHC class I and class II processing pathwaysCellular Immunology.  176:113-121. 1997
1997 The role of γδ TCR-bearing T cells in oral toleranceResearch in immunology.  148:561-567. 1997
1996 Antigenic specificities of T cell hybridomas from normal mice and mice transgenic for human insulinFederation proceedings.  10. 1996
1996 Differences in cytokines produced by CD4T cell clones from responder and nonresponder miceFederation proceedings.  10. 1996
1996 Lactoferrin inhibits proliferative response cytokine production of TH1 but not TH2 cell linesArchivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  44:51-56. 1996
1996 Receptor-mediated uptake delivers exogenous protein antigens into the mhc class i processing pathway in b cellsFederation proceedings.  10. 1996
1996 Exogenous antigens gain access to the major histocompatibility complex class I processing pathway in B cells by receptor-mediated uptakeJournal of Experimental Medicine.  184:1179-1184. 1996
1996 Oral antigen inhibits priming of CD8+ CTL, CD4+ T cells, and antibody responses while activating CD8+ suppressor T cellsJournal of Immunology.  156:916-921. 1996
1995 Presentation of antigen by B cell subsets. V. Effect of interleukin 7 (IL-7) and interleukin 10 (IL-10) on phenotype and antigen presenting function of immature B cellsArchivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  43:253-257. 1995
1995 Characterization of the epitope recognized by a mAb that reacts differentially with murine suppressor T cellsInternational Immunology.  7:1319-1330. 1995
1995 A novel cell-cycle-dependent 350-kDa nuclear protein: C-terminal domain sufficient for nuclear localizationBiochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.  212:220-228. 1995
1995 Antigen recognition by CTL is dependent upon ectoATPase activityJournal of Immunology.  154:6227-6237. 1995
1995 CD4+ T cells from mice primed for humoral immunity to sheep erythrocytes (SRBC) specifically inhibit cell-mediated immunity and vice versa.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  43:259-264. 1995
1995 Human lactoferrin induces phenotypic and functional changes in murine splenic B cellsImmunology.  86:122-127. 1995
1995 Induction of humoral and cytolytic responses by ovalbumin in TiterMax and a new synthetic copolymer adjuvantVaccine Research.  4:29-45. 1995
1995 Ovalbumin injected with complete Freund's adjuvant stimulates cytolytic responsesEuropean Journal of Immunology.  25:549-553. 1995
1994 Delivery of exogenous antigen into the major histocompatibility complex class I and class II pathways by electroporationJournal of Leukocyte Biology.  56:616-624. 1994
1994 Presentation of antigen by B cell subsets. II. The role of CD5 B cells in the presentation of antigen to antigen-specific T cells.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  42:349-353. 1994
1994 Presentation of antigen by B cell subsets. III. Effects of interleukins on antigen presenting function and phenotype of immature B cells.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  42:355-359. 1994
1994 Presentation of antigen by B cell subsets. IV. Defective T-B cell signalling causes inability to present antigen by B cells from immunodeficient mice.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  42:361-367. 1994
1994 Presentation of antigen by B cells subsets. I. Lyb-5+ and Lyb-5- B cells differ in ability to stimulate antigen specific T cells.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  42:115-123. 1994
1994 Thymocyte-macrophage interactions. Interleukin 6 produced by activated thymocytes induces interleukin 1 production by macrophages.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  42:163-169. 1994
1993 Fine-specificity differences in the recognition of an encephalitogenic peptide by T helper 1 and 2 cellsJournal of Neuroimmunology.  48:221-226. 1993
1992 Comparison of the T cell receptors on insulin-specific hybridomas from insulin transgenic and nontransgenic mice: Loss of a subpopulation of self- reactive clonesJournal of Immunology.  149:38-44. 1992
1992 Immune processing of proteolipid protein by subsets of antigen-presenting spleen cellsJournal of Neuroimmunology.  38:139-146. 1992
1991 Control of interleukin 1 (IL-1) activity. I. Inhibition of IL-1 activity by soluble immune response suppressor (SIRS) in vitroArchivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  39:213-226. 1991
1991 Involvement of two distinct regulatory T cell populations in the antigen-specific suppression of cytolytic T cell generationJournal of Immunology.  146:1394-1401. 1991
1990 Sequence of the TCR β chain gene used by a t cell clone specific for the synthetic polymer, GATNucleic Acids Research.  18:5881. 1990
1990 A peripheral mechanism preserves self-tolerance to a secreted protein in transgenic miceJournal of Immunology.  145:1376-1381. 1990
1990 The development and characterization of encephalitogenic cloned T cells specific for myelin proteolipid proteinJournal of Neuroimmunology.  26:139-145. 1990
1989 Insulin-determinant recognition by helper and suppressor T cellsChemical Immunology.  46:85-100. 1989
1989 More speculations on specific suppressionImmunology Today.  10:326-327. 1989
1989 Antigen-specific immune regulation.Immunology series.  43:163-179. 1989
1989 Effect of IL-2 on suppressor factor proteinLymphokine research.  8:9-18. 1989
1989 More speculations on specific suppressionImmunology Today.  10:326-327. 1989
1989 Structures on T cells and macrophages involved in interleukin 1 (Il-1) secretion by macrophages upon contact with syngeneic thymocytes.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  37:587-592. 1989
1989 T cells as helpers and suppressor cells in immunity.Progress in clinical and biological research.  288:109-118. 1989
1989 The adoptive transfer of chronic relapsing experimental allergic encephalomyelitis with lymph node cells sensitized to myelin proteolipid proteinJournal of Neuroimmunology.  21:183-191. 1989
1989 Tolerance induced by physiological levels of secreted proteins in transgenic mice expressing human insulinJournal of Clinical Investigation.  84:1550-1554. 1989
1988 A comparison of the conventional and the rosette method of determination of interleukin 1 (IL-1) activity. The advantages of the rosette methodArchivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  36:655-660. 1988
1988 Direct demonstration that an antigen-specific suppressor factor purified from extracts of T cell hybridomas binds antigen and bears I-J determinantsLymphokine research.  7:429-444. 1988
1988 Antigen presentation to T cell lines and clones by peritoneal macrophages, peritoneal B cells and antigen-specific B cell hybridomas.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  36:409-422. 1988
1988 Characterization of L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10-specific suppressor T cells in responder mice restricted by Igh-C-linked genesJournal of Immunology.  140:3296-3302. 1988
1988 Establishment of antigen-specific and MHC-restricted B cell hybridoma clones: a model for studying antigen presentation to T cell lines and clones.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  36:395-408. 1988
1988 Helper T-cell clones that recognize autologous insulin are stimulated in nonresponder mice by pork insulinProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  85:2723-2727. 1988
1988 Identification of suppressor T cells in virgin non-responder spleen cells responsible for primary unresponsiveness to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT)Journal of Immunology.  141:64-70. 1988
1988 Indirect Evidence of the Nature of the Antigen Receptor on Antigen‐Specific Suppressor Cells: Monoclonal Antibodies Against CAT‐Specific Suppressor Factors Can Alter the Capacity of H‐2 Specific Suppressor Cells to Regulate the Response of CTL to Allogeneic Target CellsAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  546:204-206. 1988
1988 Ir gene control of help and suppression.Monographs in allergy.  24:227-235. 1988
1988 Regulation of Self‐Tolerance to InsulinAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  546:238-239. 1988
1988 Secretion of interleukin 1 (IL-1) by peritoneal macrophages upon contact with syngeneic T cells is Ia-restricted and antigen-independent process.Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  36:661-671. 1988
1987 Receptor diversity of insulin-specific T cell lines from C57BL (H-2b) miceJournal of Immunology.  138:3991-3995. 1987
1987 Identification of the antigen-binding molecule on helper T cell lines specific for L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT).Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis.  35:361-370. 1987
1987 The role of suppressor T cells in the expression of immune response gene function.The Journal of molecular and cellular immunology : JMCI.  3:267-275. 1987
1986 Characterization of two monoclonal idiotype-binding suppressor T cell factors specific for the antibody response to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT)Journal of Immunology.  137:3709-3716. 1986
1986 Lymphokines regulate expression of cell surface antigens and production of suppressor factors by murine suppressor T cell hybridomasLymphokine research.  5:275-287. 1986
1986 Responses of B6.C-H-2bm12 to heterologous insulins show no correlation with the putative gene conversion but define Iabm12 as functionally uniqueThe Journal of molecular and cellular immunology : JMCI.  2:359-368. 1986
1986 Structure and expression of Fcγ receptors on mouse suppressor T cell hybridomasJournal of Immunology.  137:2325-2330. 1986
1986 Bystander help in primary immune responses in vivoJournal of Experimental Medicine.  164:814-854. 1986
1986 Cellular interactions of L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT)-specific suppressor factors. I. Inhibition of the activity of GAT-specific helper T cell clones by noclonal GAT-specific suppressor T cell factorsJournal of Immunology.  136:798-804. 1986
1986 Genetic restrictions in the development of antibody responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 by nude mice implanted with semiallogeneic thymus glandsJournal of Immunology.  136:805-812. 1986
1986 Insulin-specific suppressor T cell factorsJournal of Immunology.  136:1309-1314. 1986
1986 Regulation of immune responses by T cell subsets. Role of helper and suppressor T cells in the development and expression of MHC-restricted antibody responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) by (responder x responder)F1 spleen cellsJournal of Immunology.  136:1201-1209. 1986
1986 Structural analyses of a monoclonal heterodimeric suppressor factor specific for L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10Journal of Immunology.  137:1904-1909. 1986
1985 Genetics of insulin-specific helper and suppressor T cells in nonresponder miceJournal of Immunology.  135:2990-2995. 1985
1985 Purification and partial characterization of a monoclonal 'second order' suppressor factor specific for L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10Journal of Immunology.  135:3232-3237. 1985
1985 Stimulation of helper T cells and dominant suppressor T cells that recognize autologous insulinThe Journal of molecular and cellular immunology : JMCI.  2:133-139. 1985
1985 Rearrangement and transcription of a T-cell receptor β-chain gene in different T-cell subsetsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  82:531-535. 1985
1985 Monoclonal antibodies to mouse antigens - II. Characterization of thirty-one anti-14 reagentsImmunogenetics.  21:193-197. 1985
1985 Characterization of the immune response in the IA mutant bml2 to heterologous insulinsFederation proceedings.  44. 1985
1985 Effect of recombinant lymphokines on murine suppressor T cell hybridoma phenotype and functionFederation proceedings.  44:3126. 1985
1985 MHC and Igh-restricted suppressor T cell factorsFederation proceedings.  44. 1985
1985 Stimulation of helper T cells and dominant suppressor T cells that recognize autologous insulinFederation proceedings.  44. 1985
1985 T cell subsets regulating antibody responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) in virgin and immunized nonresponder miceJournal of Immunology.  134:29-36. 1985
1985 [21] Antigen-Specific Factors: An OverviewMethods in Enzymology.  116:295-303. 1985
1985 [22] Antigen-Specific Suppressor Factors from Hybridoma Cell LinesMethods in Enzymology.  116:303-311. 1985
1985 [24] GAT Antigen-Specific Suppressor FactorsMethods in Enzymology.  116:325-340. 1985
1984 Insulin-specific tolerance induction. II. Tolerant helper T cells can be rescued by insulin complexed to Brucella abortusJournal of Immunology.  133:2888-2891. 1984
1984 T cell subsets in (responder x nonresponder)F1 mice regulating antibody responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT)Journal of Immunology.  133:2874-2881. 1984
1984 Regulatory mechanisms in immune responses to heterologous insulins: II. Suppressor T cell activation associated with nonresponsiveness in H-2 b MiceJournal of Experimental Medicine.  160:1012-1026. 1984
1984 Antigen-specific suppressor T-cell factorsHospital Practice.  19:85-98. 1984
1984 Characterization of monoclonal anti-I-J reagentsFederation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Characterization of two idiotype-specific suppressor T cell factors that inhibit responses to GATFederation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Genetic restrictions between regulatory T cell subsets modulating the antibody response to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10(GAT)Federation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Immune response gene expression and T cell subsets in nonresponder mice to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10(GAT)Federation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Inhibition of the helper activity of T cell clones by antigen-specific, MHC-restricted two-chain suppressor factors (TsF2)Federation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Insulin-specific tolerance induction. I. Abrogation of helper T cell activity is controlled by H-2-linked Ir genesJournal of Immunology.  132:43-49. 1984
1984 Lymphokine-induced expression of differentiation antigens on a murine suppressor T cell hybridomaFederation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Regulation of murine immune responses to insulinsFederation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Regulatory T cell subset in (responder X nonresponder)F1mice specific for L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10(GAT)Federation proceedings.  43. 1984
1984 Regulatory mechanisms of the immune response to heterologous insulins. I. Development and regulation of plaque-forming cell responses in vitroCellular Immunology.  87:73-84. 1984
1984 Suppressor T cells regulate murine immune responses to insulinsFederation proceedings.  43. 1984
1983 Antigen-specific suppressor T cell interactions: II. Characterization of two different types of suppressor T cell factors specific for L-glutamic acid50-L-Tyrosine50 (GT) and L-glutamic acid60-L-Alanine30-L-Tyrosine10 (GAT)Journal of Experimental Medicine.  158:1962-1978. 1983
1983 Biochemical characterization of monoclonal T-cell suppressor factors specific for the antigen L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT).Lymphokine research.  2:103-107. 1983
1983 Purification and biochemical analysis of antigen-specific suppressor factors obtained from the supernatant, membrane, or cytosol of a T cell hybridomaJournal of Immunology.  131:2843-2847. 1983
1983 RNA transcripts for I-J polypeptides are apparently not encoded between the I-A and I-E subregions of the murine major histocompatibility complexProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  80:5704-5708. 1983
1983 T and B cells that recognize the same antigen do not transcribe similar heavy chain variable region gene segmentsJournal of Experimental Medicine.  158:192-209. 1983
1983 Three T cell hybridomas do not contain detectable heavy chain variable gene transcriptsJournal of Experimental Medicine.  158:210-227. 1983
1983 Expression of cell surface antigens by suppressor T cell hybridomas. I. Comparison of phenotype and functionJournal of Immunology.  130:565-572. 1983
1983 Ir gene control of immune responses to insulins. II. Phenotypic differences in T cell activity among nonresponder strains of miceJournal of Immunology.  130:2062-2066. 1983
1983 Ir genes New tests of familiar argumentsImmunology Today.  4. 1983
1983 The biochemistry of antigen-specific T-cell factors.Annual Review of Immunology.  1:423-438. 1983
1982 Purification and characterization of a monoclonal T-cell suppressor factor specific for poly(LGlu60LAla30LTyr10)Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  79:1254-1258. 1982
1982 Antigen-specific suppressor T cell interactions. I. Induction of an MHC-restricted suppressor factor specific for L-glutamic acid50-L-tyrosine50Journal of Immunology.  128:2447-2452. 1982
1982 Cell-free translation of a biologically active, antigen-specific suppressor T cell factorProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  79:3599-3603. 1982
1982 Insulin-specific antibodies and insulitis in mice immunized with purified porcine insulinClinical and Experimental Immunology.  47:77-84. 1982
1982 Purification and biochemical analysis of antigen-specific suppressor factors isolated from T-cell hybridomas.Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology.  100:53-59. 1982
1982 Suppressor T cell subsets in (responder X nonresponder)F1mice in responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10(GAT)Federation proceedings.  41. 1982
1982 T cell-independent responses to an Ir gene-controlled antigen. I. Characteristics of the immune response to insulin complexed to Brucella abortusJournal of Immunology.  129:6-10. 1982
1981 Genetic analysis of immune suppression - I. Gene complementation is required for suppression of antigen-specific proliferative responses by T-cell derived factorsImmunogenetics.  14:221-230. 1981
1981 Induction of suppression in mice bearing high responder immune response genes to insulinFederation proceedings.  40. 1981
1981 Ir gene control of the immune response to insulinsFederation proceedings.  40. 1981
1981 Ir gene control of the immune response to insulins. I. Pork insulin stimulates T cell activity in nonresponder miceJournal of Immunology.  126:603-607. 1981
1980 Activities of nonspecific and specific suppressor T-cell factors in immune responses.Agents and actions. Supplements.  7:126-133. 1980
1980 H-2-linked Ir gene control of T cell proliferative responses to the synthetic terpolymer L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT). I. Requirements for T cell activation in responder and nonresponder miceJournal of Immunology.  124:1492-1498. 1980
1980 Immunosuppressive factor(s) from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT). V. Inhibition of T cell proliferative responsesJournal of Immunology.  125:118-123. 1980
1980 Suppression of antibody and T cell proliferative responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 by a specific monoclonal T cell factorJournal of Experimental Medicine.  152:235-240. 1980
1979 Insulin-specific murine antibodies of limited heterogeneity. I. Genetic control of spectrotypesJournal of Immunology.  123:109-114. 1979
1979 Genetic control of spectrotypes of murine antibodies to heterologous insulinsFederation proceedings.  38. 1979
1979 ROLE OF NONSPECIFIC AND SPECIFIC SUPPRESSOR FACTORS IN IMMUNITYAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  332:336-344. 1979
1978 H-2 linked Ir gene control of antibody responses to porcine insulin. I. Development of insulin-specific antibodies in some but not all nonresponder strains injected with proinsulinJournal of Immunology.  121:978-982. 1978
1978 L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT): A probe for regulatory mechanisms in antibody responses.Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology.  98:419-428. 1978
1978 Modulation of immune responses by suppressor T cellsFederation proceedings.  37:2361-2364. 1978
1978 Antigen-specific suppressor T-cell activity in genetically restricted immune spleen cells*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  148:1271-1281. 1978
1978 Suppressor T-cell activity in responder × nonresponder (C57BL/10 × DBA/1)F1 spleen cells responsive to L-glutamic acid60-L-alaninea30-L-tyrosine10*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  148:1282-1291. 1978
1978 Immunosuppressive factors from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine 10: IV. Lack of strain restrictions among allogeneic, nonresponder donors and recipients*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  147:997-1006. 1978
1978 Antigen-specific T-cell-mediated suppression: I. Induction of L-glutamic acide60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosinel10 specific suppressor T cells in vitro requires both antigen-specific T-cell-suppressor factor and antigen*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  147:123-136. 1978
1978 Functions of macrophages in antibody responses in vitroFederation proceedings.  37:86-90. 1978
1978 Genetic control of the antibody response to insulin and proinsulin in miceFederation proceedings.  37. 1978
1977 Secondary antibody responses in vitro to lglutamic acids60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) by (responder × nonresponder)F1 spleen cells stimulated by parental GAT-macrophages*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  146:1827-1832. 1977
1977 Immunosuppressive factor(s) specific for L-glutamic acid50-L-tyrosine50 (GT): III. Generation of suppressor T cells by a suppressive extract derived from GT-primed lymphoid cells*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  146:970-985. 1977
1977 Immunosuppressive factor(s) extracted from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT)Journal of Experimental Medicine.  145:839-856. 1977
1977 Immunosuppressive factor(s) extracted from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L-glutamic: Acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) II. Cellular source and effect on responder and nonresponder mice*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  145:828-838. 1977
1977 Biochemical and immunological characterization of a suppressor factor specific for the terpolymer GATCOLLECT.ANN.INST.PASTEUR.  128 C:311-312. 1977
1977 Genetic restriction of macrophage-lymphocyte interactions in secondary antibody responses in vitro.Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology.  41 Pt 2:563-570. 1977
1976 Immunosuppressive factor(s) extracted from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L glutamic acid60 L alanine30 L tyrosine10 (GAT). I. Activity and antigenic specificityJournal of Immunology.  116:305-309. 1976
1976 Regulation by the H-2 gene complex of macrophage-lymphoid cell interactions in secondary antibody responses in vitro*Journal of Experimental Medicine.  144:371-381. 1976
1976 Regulation of immune responses by suppressor T cells.Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine.  5:91-143. 1976
1975 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro. VI. Experimental conditions for the development of helper T cell activity specific for the terpolymer L glutamic acid60 L alanine30 L tyrosine10 (GAT) in nonresponder miceJournal of Experimental Medicine.  142:50-60. 1975
1975 Genetic control of specific immune suppression. I. Experimental conditions for the stimulation of suppressor cells by the copolymer L glutamic acid50 L tyrosine50 (GT) in nonresponder BALB/c miceJournal of Experimental Medicine.  142:1436-1446. 1975
1975 Genetic control of specific immune suppression. II. H-2 linked dominant genetic control of immune suppression by the random copolymer L glutamic acid50 L tyrosine50 (GT)Journal of Experimental Medicine.  142:1447-1454. 1975
1975 Genetic control of the antibody response to GAT in vitroFederation proceedings.  34. 1975
1975 The Stimulation of Specific Suppressor T Cells in Genetic Non‐Responder Mice by Linear Random Copolymers of L‐Amino AcidsImmunological Reviews.  26:21-38. 1975
1975 The Stimulation of Specific Suppressor T Cells in Genetic Non‐Responder Mice by Linear Random Copolymers of L‐Amino AcidsImmunological Reviews.  26:21-38. 1975
1974 Regulatory mechanisms in the immune response.Society of General Physiologists series.  29:265-281. 1974
1974 Immune responses in vitro: XI. Suppression of primary IgM and IgG plaque-forming cell responses in vitco by alloantisera against leukocyte alloantigensJournal of Experimental Medicine.  140:921-938. 1974
1974 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro: V. Stimulation of suppressor T cells in nonresponder mice by the terpolymer l-glutamic acid60-l-alanine30-l-tyrosine 10 (GAT)Journal of Experimental Medicine.  140:648-659. 1974
1974 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro: III. tolerogenic properties of the terpolymer l-glutamic acids60-lalanine30- l-tyrosine10 (GAT) for spleen cells from nonresponder (H-28 And H-2q) miceJournal of Experimental Medicine.  140:172-184. 1974
1974 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro: IV. conditions for cooperative interactions between nonresponder parental b cells and primed (responder × nonresponder) f1 T cells in the development of an antibody response under Ir gene control in vitroJournal of Experimental Medicine.  140:185-198. 1974
1974 Genetic control of the antibody response to GAT in vitroFederation proceedings.  33. 1974
1974 Immune responses in vitro. X. Functions of macrophagesJournal of Immunology.  112:1181-1189. 1974
1973 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro: I. development of primary and secondary plaque-forming cell responses to the random terpolymer l-glutamic acid60-l-alanine30-l-tyrosine10 (gat) by mouse spleen cells in vitroJournal of Experimental Medicine.  138:1107-1120. 1973
1973 Genetic control of immune responses in vitro: II. cellular requirements for the development of primary plaqueforming cell responses to the random terpolymer l-glutamic acid60-l-alanine30-l-tyrosin1e10 (gat)BY mouse spleen cells in vitroJournal of Experimental Medicine.  138:1121-1132. 1973
1972 The rosette cell response of several mouse strains to immunization with both sheep and pigeon erythrocytes; magnitude of errors caused by cytophilic antibodyEuropean Journal of Immunology.  2:467-472. 1972
1970 Anti-protein plaque-forming cells detected with high efficiency by the use of red cells coupled to bovine serum globulin through bis-diazo-benzidine.Journal of Immunology.  104:1039-1042. 1970

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1981 Ir gene control of the insulin-specific immune response in mice.  71-71. 1981

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Scientist, Harvard University 1976
  • Full Name

  • Judith Kapp