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PRDM16 suppresses HIF-targeted gene expression in kidney cancer..
Human tau pathology transmits glial tau aggregates in the absence of neuronal tau.
Cell circuits between B cell progenitors and IL-7+ mesenchymal progenitor cells control B cell development.
Bhlhe40 is an essential repressor of IL-10 during Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.
Effector CD4 T cells with progenitor potential mediate chronic intestinal inflammation.
Blimp-1-dependent and -independent natural antibody production by B-1 and B-1-derived plasma cells.
Balance between transmitted HLA preadapted and nonassociated polymorphisms is a major determinant of HIV-1 disease progression.
Dpy30 is critical for maintaining the identity and function of adult hematopoietic stem cells.
IL-6 IL-6 promotes the differentiation of a subset of naive CD8+ T cells into IL-21-producing B helper CD8+ T cells.
Mast cells regulate myofilament calcium sensitization and heart function after myocardial infarction.
RAG-mediated DNA double-strand breaks activate a cell type-specific checkpoint to inhibit pre-B cell receptor signals.
Skin-resident memory CD4+ T cells enhance protection against Leishmania major infection.
Early retinal neurodegeneration and impaired Ran-mediated nuclear import of TDP-43 in progranulin-deficient FTLD.
Prolonged antigen presentation by immune complex-binding dendritic cells programs the proliferative capacity of memory CD8 T cells.
Chemotherapy activates cancer-associated fibroblasts to maintain colorectal cancer-initiating cells by IL-17A.
Deletion of Asxl1 results in myelodysplasia and severe developmental defects in vivo.
IL-2 coordinates IL-2-producing and regulatory T cell interplay.
CD4+ T helper cells use CD154-CD40 interactions to counteract T reg cell- mediated suppression of CD8+ T cell responses to influenza.
The link between antibodies to oxldl and natural protection against pneumococci depends on dh gene conservation.
The Ataxia telangiectasia mutated kinase controls Igκ allelic exclusion by inhibiting secondary Vκ-to-Jκ rearrangements.
RAG-induced DNA double-strand breaks signal through Pim2 to promote pre-B cell survival and limit proliferation.
Initial antibodies binding to HIV-1 gp41 in acutely infected subjects are polyreactive and highly mutated.
HIF1α-dependent glycolytic pathway orchestrates a metabolic checkpoint for the differentiation of TH17 and Treg cells.
The lineage-defining factors T-bet and Bcl-6 collaborate to regulate Th1 gene expression patterns.
Antigen-specific clonal expansion and cytolytic effector function of CD8+ T lymphocytes depend on the transcription factor Bcl11b.
Gαq-containing G proteins regulate B cell selection and survival and are required to prevent B cell-dependent autoimmunity.
Pathological role of interleukin 17 in mice subjected to repeated BCG vaccination after infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
miR-21 mediates fibrogenic activation of pulmonary fibroblasts and lung fibrosis.
Microbiota innate stimulation is a prerequisite for T cell spontaneous proliferation and induction of experimental colitis (The Journal of Experimental Medicine (2010) 207, 6 (1321-1332)).
Microbiota innate stimulation is a prerequisite for T cell spontaneous proliferation and induction of experimental colitis.
Anti-phospholipid human monoclonal antibodies inhibit CCR5-tropic HIV-1 and induce β-chemokines.
Pulmonary dendritic cells: Thinking globally, acting locally.
CD8 T cell response and evolutionary pressure to HIV-1 cryptic epitopes derived from antisense transcription.
Diabetic retinopathy is associated with bone marrow neuropathy and a depressed peripheral clock.
Histone H2AX stabilizes broken DNA strands to suppress chromosome breaks and translocations during V(D)J recombination.
Id2-, RORγt-, and LTβR-independent initiation of lymphoid organogenesis in ocular immunity.
T-bet-dependent S1P5 expression in NK cells promotes egress from lymph nodes and bone marrow.
IL-9 as a mediator of Th17-driven inflammatory disease.
Genetic identity, biological phenotype, and evolutionary pathways of transmitted/founder viruses in acute and early HIV-1 infection.
Evolution of HLA-B 5703 hiv-1 escape mutations in HLA-B 5703-positive individuals and their transmission recipients.
MRN complex function in the repair of chromosomal Rag-mediated DNA double-strand breaks.
Contrasting roles for all-trans retinoic acid in TGF-β-mediated induction of Foxp3 and Il10 genes in developing regulatory T cells.
ATF4 is an oxidative stress-inducible, prodeath transcription factor in neurons in vitro and in vivo.
Transmission of HIV-1 Gag immune escape mutations is associated with reduced viral load in linked recipients.
Age-associated decline in T cell repertoire diversity leads to holes in the repertoire and impaired immunity to influenza virus.
Altered development of the brain after focal herpesvirus infection of the central nervous system.
Eosinophil-derived neurotoxin acts as an alarmin to activate the TLR2-MyD88 signal pathway in dendritic cells and enhances Th2 immune responses.
Identification of an alternative Gαq-dependent chemokine receptor signal transduction pathway in dendritic cells and granulocytes.
Defects in coding joint formation in vivo in developing ATM-deficient B and T lymphocytes.
Stromal cell-derived factor 1 promotes angiogenesis via a heme oxygenase 1-dependent mechanism.
Autoreactive marginal zone B cells are spontaneously activated but lymph node B cells require T cell help.
Interleukin 12p40 is required for dendritic cell migration and T cell priming after Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.
Forced usage of positively charged amino acids in immunoglobulin CDR-H3 impairs B cell development and antibody production.
Regulation of osteoclast function and bone mass by RAGE.
Nod1 acts as an intracellular receptor to stimulate chemokine production and neutrophil recruitment in vivo.
Schistosoma mansoni secretes a chemokine binding protein with antiinflammatory activity.
Expression of the immunoregulatory molecule FcRH4 defines a distinctive tissue-based population of memory B cells.
Antigenic conservation and immunogenicity of the HIV coreceptor binding site.
Newly generated CD4 T cells in aged animals do not exhibit age-related defects in response to antigen.
Age-related defects in CD4 T cell cognate helper function lead to reductions in humoral responses.
Determinants of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 escape from the primary CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocyte response.
Immunoprevention of Basal Cell Carcinomas with Recombinant Hedgehog-interacting Protein.
Alveolar Macrophage-mediated Killing of Pneumocystis carinii f. sp. muris Involves Molecular Recognition by the Dectin-1 β-Glucan Receptor.
CD40-deficient, Influenza-specific CD8 Memory T Cells Develop and Function Normally in a CD40-sufficient Environment.
Restricted clonal expression of IL-2 by naive T cells reflects differential dynamic interactions with dendritic cells.
Preferential accumulation of antigen-specific effector CD4 T cells at an antigen injection site involves CD62E-dependent migration but not local proliferation.
The biological outcome of CD40 signaling is dependent on the duration of CD40 ligand expression: Reciprocal regulation by interleukin (IL)-4 and IL-12.
T cell costimulation through CD28 depends on induction of the Bcl-xγ isoform: Analysis of Bcl-xγ-deficient mice.
Harnessing a neural-immune circuit to control inflammation and shock.
Restrictions limiting the generation of DNA double strand breaks during chromosomal V(D)J recombination.
T helper 1 and T helper 2 cells are pathogenic in an antigen-specific model of colitis.
Identification of the transferrin receptor as a novel immunoglobulin (Ig)A1 receptor and its enhanced expression on mesangial cells in Iga nephropathy.
Essential role of lymph nodes in contact hypersensitivity revealed in lymphotoxin-α-deficient mice.
The long isoform of terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase enters the nucleus and, rather than catalyzing nontemplated nucleotide addition, modulates the catalytic activity of the short isoform.
Thrombospondin-1 is downregulated by anoxia and suppresses tumorigenicity of human glioblastoma cells.
In breast carcinoma tissue, immature dendritic cells reside within the tumor, whereas mature dendritic cells are located in peritumoral areas.
Constant mean viral copy number per infected cell in tissues regardless of high, low, or undetectable plasma HIV RNA.
Hapten-induced colitis is associated with colonic patch hypertrophy and T helper cell 2-type responses.
C-reactive protein: A physiological activator of interleukin 6 receptor shedding.
Viral immune evasion due to persistence of activated T cells without effector function.
Assembly of productive T cell receptor δ variable region genes exhibits allelic inclusion.
Conserved T cell receptor repertoire in primary and memory CD8 T cell responses to an acute viral infection.
B lymphocytes induce the formation of follicular dendritic cell clusters in a lymphotoxin α-dependent fashion.
CD4+ T cells reactive to enteric bacterial antigens in spontaneously colitic C3H/HeJBir mice: increased T helper cell type 1 response and ability to transfer disease..
CD4+ T cells reactive to enteric bacterial antigens in spontaneously colitic C3H/HeJBir mice: Increased T helper cell type 1 response and ability to transfer disease.
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 lymphocytes.
Distinct roles of lymphotoxin α and the type i tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptor in the establishment of follicular dendritic cells from non- bone marrow-derived cells.
Upregulation of interleukin 8 by oxygen-deprived cells in glioblastoma suggests a role in leukocyte activation, chemotaxis, and angiogenesis.
Lymphotoxin-α (LTα) supports development of splenic follicular structure that is required for IgG responses.
Mutants in the ADP-ribosyltransferase cleft of cholera toxin lack diarrheagenicity but retain adjuvanticity.
The association between α4-integrin, P-selectin, and E-selectin in an allergic model of inflammation.
Exogenous antigens gain access to the major histocompatibility complex class I processing pathway in B cells by receptor-mediated uptake.
Selectins and neutrophil traffic: Margination and Streptococcus pneumoniae-induced emigration in murine lungs.
Infectious susceptibility and severe deficiency of leukocyte rolling and recruitment in E-selectin and P-selectin double mutant mice.
Inhibition of Nur77/Nurr1 leads to inefficient clonal deletion of self-reactive T cells.
Mice deficient in IL-1β manifest impaired contact hypersensitivity to trinitrochlorobenzene.
gamma/delta T cell-deficient mice have impaired mucosal immunoglobulin A responses..
γ/δ T cell-deficient mice have impaired mucosal immunoglobulin a responses.
Absence of trauma-induced leukocyte rolling in mice deficient in both P-selectin and intercellular adhesion molecule 1.
Immunoglobulin recombinase gene activity is modulated reciprocally by interleukin 7 and CD19 in B cell progenitors.
Prevention of age-related T cell apoptosis defect in CD2-fas-transgenic mice.
H-2M3a violates the paradigm for major histoeompatibility complex class I peptide binding.
The intracellular signal transduction mechanism of interleukin 5 in eosinophils: The involvement of lyn tyrosine kinase and the ras-raf-1-MEK-microtubule-associated protein kinase pathway.
Characterization of the cassette containing genes for type 3 capsular polysaccharide biosynthesis in streptococcus pneumoniae.
Sequential contribution of l-and p-selectin to leukocyte rolling in vivo.
Protective humoral response against pneumococcal infection in mice elicited by recombinant bacille calmette-guárin vaccines expressing pneumococcal surface protein A.
Heterogeneity of single cell cytokine gene expression in clonal T cell populations.
Quantitative analysis of mononuclear cells expressing human immunodeficiency virus type 1 RNA in esophageal mucosa.
Endogenous interleukin 12 (IL-12) regulates granuloma formation induced by eggs of schistosoma mansoni and exogenous IL-12 both inhibits and prophylactically immunizes against egg pathology.
Human rheumatoid factors with restrictive specificity for rabbit immunoglobulin G: Auto- and multi-reactivity, diverse VH gene segment usage and preferential usage of VλIIlb.
Suppression of human α-globin gene expression mediated by the recombinant adeno-associated virus 2-based antisense vectors.
Availability of endogenous peptides limits expression of an M3a-Ld major histocompatibility complex class I chimera.
Helper t cell subsets for immunoglobulin a responses: Oral inmaunization with tetanus toxoid and cholera toxinn as adjuvant selectively induces th2 cells in mucosa associated tissues.
Autoinnnune disease in mice due to integration of an endogenous retrovirus in an apoptosis gene.
Localization of a site on bacterial superantigens that determines T cell receptor β chain specificity.
Defective maintenance of T cell tolerance to a superantigen in MRL-lpr/lpr mice.
Major histocompatibility complex-restricted recognition of retroviral superantigens by Vβ17+ T cells.
Continuous anti-interleukin 10 antibody administration depletes mice of ly-1 b cells but not conventional b cells.
Immunoregulatory functions for murine htraepithelial lymphocytes: γ/δ T cell receptor-positive (TCR+) T cells abrogate oral tolerance, while α/β TCR+ T cells provide B cell help.
Surface proteins from helicobacter pylori exhibit chemotactic activity for human leukocytes and are present in gastric mucosa.
The human fetal omentum: A site of B cell generation.
Regulated expression of mouse mammary tumor proviral genes in cells of the b lineage.
Endogenous superantigen expression is controlled by mouse mammary tumor proviral loci.
The salmonella typhlmurium locus mv/a regulates virulence in itys but not ityr mice: Functional mv/a results in avirulence; mutant (nonfunctional) mv/a results in virulence.
Specialized functions of major histocompatibility complex class i molecules. ii. hmt binds n-formylated peptides of mitochondrial and prokaryotic origin.
Intrapulmonary growth and dissemination of an avirulent strain of Cryptococcus neoformans in mice depleted of CD4+ or CD8+ T cells..
Differential tumor necrosis factor α expression by astrocytes from experimental allergic encephalomyelitis-susceptible and -resistant rat strains.
Dissociation of the Stimulatory Activities of Staphylococcal Enterotoxins for T Cells and Monocytes.
Transgenic Rearranged T Cell Receptor Gene Inhibits Lymphadenopathy and Accumulation of CD4-CD8- B220 + T Cells in lpr/lpr Mice.
Coding sequences of the ral-1 gene are disrupted by chromosome translocation in human T cell leukemia.
The glycosyl phosphatidylinositol-linked fcγRIIIPMN mediates transmembrane signaling events distinct from FCγRII.
Specialized functions of MHC class i molecules: I. An n-formyl peptide receptor is required for construction of the class i antigen Mta.
Identical peptides recognized by MHC class I- and II-restricted T cells.
Interleukins and IgA synthesis. Human and murine interleukin 6 induce high rate IgA secretion in IgA-committed B cells.
Reconstruction of the immunogenic peptide RNase (43-56) by identification and transfer of the critical residues into an unrelated peptide backbone.
Identification of distinct C3B and C4B recognition sites in the human C3B/C4B receptor (Cri, Cd35) by deletion mutagenesis.
Structure and specificity of T cell receptor γ/δ on major histocompatibility complex antigen-specific CD3+, CD4−, CD8− T lymphocytes.
T cell receptor gene usage in the response to γ repressor cI protein: An apparent bias in the usage of a Vα gene element.
Organization of the genes encoding complement receptors type 1 and 2, decay-accelerating factor, and C4-binding protein in the RCA locus on human chromosome 1.
Structure of the human B lymphocyte receptor for C3d and the epstein-barr virus and relatedness to other members of the family of C3/C4 binding proteins.
Suppressor cell growth factor and anti-CD3 antibodies stimulate reciprocal subsets of T lymphocytes.
Human C3B/C4B receptor (CR1): Demonstration of long homologous repeating domains that are composed of the short consensus repeats characteristic of C3/C4 binding proteins.
Maternally transmitted antigens are codominantly expressed by mouse cells containing two kinds of mitochondrial DNA.
Use of insertional inactivation to facilitate studies of biological properties of pneumococcal surface protein a (PspA).
Idiotypic network connectivity and a possible cause of myasthenia gravis.
VH Gene expression is restricted in anti-igG antibodies from MRL autoimmune mice.
Bystander help in primary immune responses in vivo.
The T cell repertoire for recognition of a phylogenetically distant protein antigen: Peptide specificity and mhc restriction of staphylococcal nuclease-specific T cell clones.
Blockade of clearance of immune complexes by an anti-fcγ receptor monoclonal antibody.
Oncogene expression in autoimmune and normal peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Major histocompatibility complex restriction fragment length polymorphisms define three diabetogenic haplotypes in bb and bbn rats.
Isotype-specific immunoregulation: IgA-binding factors produced by Fcα receptor-positive T cell hybridomas regulate IgA responses.
Regulatory mechanisms in immune responses to heterologous insulins: II. Suppressor T cell activation associated with nonresponsiveness in H-2 b Mice.
Preferential induction of polyclonal IgA secretion by murine peyer’s patch dendritic cell-T cell mixtures.
Monoclonal antibodies against protease-sensitive pneumococcal antigens can protect mice from fatal infection with Streptococcus Pneumoniae.
Isotype specificity of helper T cell clones peyer’s patch Th cells preferentially collaborate with mature IgA B cells for IgA responses.
Multiple vh gene segments encode murine antistreptococcal antibodies.
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).
Fine idiotype analysis of b cell precursors in the t-dependent and t-independent responses to αl→3 dextran in balb/c mice.
Ultrastructural studies of human lymphoid cells: µ and J chain expression as a function of B cell differentiation.
Analysis of the mechanism of unresponsiveness produced by haptens painted on skin exposed to low dose ultraviolet radiation.
Unbalanced x chromosome mosaicism in B cells of mice with X-linked immunodeficiency.
T and B cells that recognize the same antigen do not transcribe similar heavy chain variable region gene segments.
Three T cell hybridomas do not contain detectable heavy chain variable gene transcripts.
Differences in maternal lineages of new zealand black mice defined by restriction endonuclease analysis of mitochondrial dna and by expression of maternally transmitted antigen.
Accessory cells in Murine Peyer’s patch: I. Identification and enrichment of a functional dendritic cell.
Impaired Fc-mediated mononuclear phagocyte system clearance in HLA-DR2 and MT1-positive healthy young adults.
Evidence for a mature B cell subpopulation in peyer’s patches of young adult xid mice.
In vitro regulation of IgA subclass synthesis: I. Discordance between plasma cell production and antibody secretion.
Primary cell-mediated lympholysis response to a maternally transmitted antigen.
Anti-phosphorylcholine antibodies of the T15 idiotype are optimally protective against Streptococcus Pneumoniae.
Immunoglobulin VH determinants defined by monoclonal antibodies.
Murine peyer’s patch T cell clones: Characterization of antigen-specific helper T cells for immunoglobulin a responses.
Lack of oral tolerance in C3H/HeJ mice.
Antigen presentation to human t lymphocytes: I. different requirements for stimulation by hapten-modified cells vs. cell sonicates.
Antiphosphocholine antibodies found in normal mouse serum are protective against intravenous infection with type 3 Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Cross-reactivity between C-reactive protein and idiotypic determinants on a phosphocholine-binding murine myeloma protein.
Role of serum IgA. Hepatobiliary transport of circulating antigen.
Production of predominantly polymeric IgA by human peripheral blood lymphocytes stimulated in vitro with mitogens.
Role of Ia-positive cells in induction of secondary human immune responses to haptens in vitro.
Role of Ia-positive cells in induction of secondary human immune responses to haptens in vitro..
Clonal nature of the immune response. II. The effect of immunization of clonal commitment.
Murine pancreatic beta-cells express H-2K and H-2D but not Ia antigens..
Subclass restriction of murine antibodies. II. The IgG plaque-forming cell response to thymus-independent type 1 and type 2 antigens in normal mice and mice expressing an X-linked immunodeficiency.
Suppression of antibody and T cell proliferative responses to L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 by a specific monoclonal T cell factor.
Primary in vitro cytotoxic response of nzb spleen cells to qa-lb-associated antigenic determinants.
Presence of plasma cells binding autologous antibody during an immune response.
Immunoglobulin subclass-specific immunodeficiency in mice with an X-linked B-lymphocyte defect*.
T-cell regulation of murine IgA synthesis.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: VII. Presence of I-C subregion determinants on mixed leukocyte reaction suppressor factor*.
Antigen-specific suppressor T-cell activity in genetically restricted immune spleen cells*.
Suppressor T-cell activity in responder × nonresponder (C57BL/10 × DBA/1)F1 spleen cells responsive to L-glutamic acid60-L-alaninea30-L-tyrosine10*.
Human immune responses to hapten-conjugated cells: I. Primary and secondary proliferative responses in vitro*.
Secretory component on epithelial cells is a surface receptor for polymeric immunoglobulins*.
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*.
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*.
Secondary antibody responses in vitro to lglutamic acids60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) by (responder × nonresponder)F1 spleen cells stimulated by parental GAT-macrophages*.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: VI. Interaction of H-2 and Non-H-2 genes in elaboration of mixed leukocyte reaction suppressor factor*.
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*.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: V. H-2 homology requirements for the production of a minor locus-induced suppressor factor*.
Ontogeny of Ia and IgD on IgM-bearing B lymphocytes in mice*.
Immunosuppressive factor(s) extracted from lymphoid cells of nonresponder mice primed with L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT).
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*.
Parallel synthesis of immunoglobulins and J chain in pokeweed mitogen-stimulated normal cells and in lymphoblastoid cell lines*.
Histocompatibility antigens controlled by the I region of the murine H-2 complex: II. KID Region compatibility is not required for I-region cell-mediated lymphocytotoxicity*.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: IV. Expression of a receptor for mixed lymphocyte reaction suppressor factor on activated T lymphocytes*.
Regulation by the H-2 gene complex of macrophage-lymphoid cell interactions in secondary antibody responses in vitro*.
Histocompatibility antigens controlled by the I region of the murine H-2 complex*: I. Mapping of H-2A and H-2C loci.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: III. I-region control of suppressor cell interaction with responder cells in mixed lymphocyte reactions*.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell mediated immune responses. II. A genetically restricted suppressor of mixed lymphocyte reactions released by alloantigen activated spleen cells.
C1 fixation and classical complement pathway activation by a fragment of the Cμ4 domain of IgM.
Clonal dominance. I. Restricted nature of the IgM antibody response to group A streptococcal carbohydrate in mice.
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 mice.
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 mice.
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).
Induction of resistance to antibody mediated cytotoxicity. H-2, Ia and Ig antigens are independent entities in the membrane of mouse lymphocytes.
Molecular relationship between private and public H 2 antigens as determined by antigen redistribution method.
Regulatory mechanisms in cell-mediated immune responses: I. Regulation of mixed lymphocyte reactions by alloantigen-activated thymus-derived lymphocytes.
Idiotypic uniformity of cell surface immunoglobulin in chronic lymphocytic leukemia: Evidence for monoclonal proliferation.
Immune responses in vitro: XI. Suppression of primary IgM and IgG plaque-forming cell responses in vitco by alloantisera against leukocyte alloantigens.
Serological distinction of mutants B6.C-H(z1) ans B6.M505 from strain C57BL/6.
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).
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) mice.
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 vitro.
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 vitro.
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 vitro.
Biological expressions of lymphocyte activation: II. generation of a population of thymus-derived suppressor lymphocytes.
Biological expressions of lymphocyte activation: I. Effects of phytomitogens on antibody synthesis in vitro.