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1 September 1981
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Mechanisms of anti-tumor action of Corynebacterium parvum. I. Potentiated tumor-specific immunity and its therapeutic limitations.
Mechanisms of anti-tumor action of Corynebacterium parvum. II. Potentiated cytolytic T cell response and its tumor-induced suppression.
Origin and fate of IgE-bearing lymphocytes. I. Peyer's patches as differentiation site of cells. Simultaneously bearing IgA and IgE.
The expression of anti-poly(LGlu60, LPhe40) idiotypic determinants dictated by the gene products in the major histocompatibility complex.
A cell surface antigen of the mouse related to xenotropic MuLv defined by naturally occurring antibody and monoclonal antibody. Relation to Gix G(rada1), G(aksl2) systems of MuLV-related antigens.
Antigen recognition. V. Requirement for histocompatibility between antigen-presenting cell and B cell in the response to a thymus-dependent antigen, and lack of allogeneic restriction between T and B cells.
Type II collagen-induced arthritis in mice. I. Major histocompatibility complex (I region) linkage and antibody correlates.
Idiotypic repertoire of anti-hen eggwhite lysozyme antibodies probed with hybridomas. Selection after immunization of an IdX marker common to antibodies of distinct epitope specificity.
Immune responsiveness of SM/J mice. Cellular characteristics and genetic analysis of hyperresponsiveness to B cell mitogens.
Human monocyte spreading induced by factor Bb of the alternative pathway of complement activation. A possible role for C5 in monocyte spreading.
Polyclonal activation of human B lymphocytes by Fc fragments. I. Characterization of the cellular requirements for Fc fragment-mediated polyclonal antibody secretion by human peripheral blood B lymphocytes.
Analysis of T cell function in autoimmune murine strains. Defects in production and responsiveness to interleukin 2.
Mechanisms of idiotype suppression. IV. Functional neutralization in mixtures of idiotype-specific suppressor and hapten-specific suppressor T cells.
Aging and antimicrobial immunity. Impaired production of mediator T cells as a basis for the decreased resistance of senescent mice to listeriosis.
In vitro generation of human cytotoxic lymphocytes by virus. Viral glycoproteins induce nonspecific cell-mediated cytotoxicity without release of interferon.
Formation of the initial C3 convertase of the alternative complement pathway. Acquisition of C3b-like activities by spontaneous hydrolysis of the putative thioester in native C3.
New cell surface gp70 related to Friend mink cell focus-inducing virus is expressed on Friend virus-induced erythroleukemic spleen cells after elimination of ecotropic Friend virus gp70 in Rfv-3r/s mice.
Antigen-reactive T clones. III. Low responder antigen-presenting cells function effectively to present antigen to selected T cell clones derived from (High Responder x Low Responder)F1 mice.
Friend murine leukemia virus-induced leukemia is associated with the formation of mink cell focus-inducing viruses and is blocked in mice expressing endogenous mink cell focus-inducing xenotropic viral envelope genes.
Eradication of disseminated murine leukemia by chemoimmunotherapy with cyclophosphamide and adoptively transferred immune syngeneic Lyt-1+2- lymphocytes.
Responder T cells depleted of alloreactive cells react to antigen presented on allogeneic macrophages from nonresponder strains.
Monoclonal antibody directed against interleukin 2. I. Inhibition of T lymphocyte mitogenesis and the in vitro differentiation of alloreactive cytolytic T cells.
Sex Differences SeriesThe X in seX-biased immunity and autoimmune rheumatic disease
Th2 responsesT helper 2 cells in asthma