Samuel Strober

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  • CARDIAC ALLOGRAFT PROLONGATION IN MICE TREATED WITH COMBINED POSTTRANSPLANTATION TOTAL-LYMPHOID IRRADIATION AND ANTI-L3T4 ANTIBODY THERAPY TRANSPLANTATION TRAGER, D. K., Banks, B. A., Rosenbaum, G. E., HOLM, B. I., Shizuru, J. A., Strober, S., Fathman, C. G. 1989; 47 (4): 587-591

    Abstract:

    Neonatal cardiac allograft survival was examined in mice treated with anti-L3T4 antibody, posttransplantation total lymphoid irradiation (TLI) or a combination of both therapies. Independently, both posttransplantation TLI and short-course antibody treatment allowed minimal prolongation. However, synergistic prolongation in graft survival was observed with the combination (synergistic) therapy. Fluorescence-activated cell sorter analysis of peripheral blood lymphocytes from animals treated with combined anti-L3T4 and posttransplantation TLI additionally revealed "synergy" with respect to the degree of peripheral lymphocyte depletion.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1989U208300004

    View details for PubMedID 2523098

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