Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 417)
An Attempt to Induce Tolerance with Infusion of Donor Bone Marrow in Organ Allograft Recipients
Early observations by Snell and Steinmuller provided unequivocal evidence that non-parenchymal cells, resident within the organ play an important role in allograft rejection1–3.
KeywordsDonor Bone Marrow Islet Allograft Mixed Leukocyte Reaction Bone Marrow Infusion Passenger Leukocyte
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