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Transplantation and rejection of individual cell layers of the cornea.
Techniques have been developed for the transplantation of allografts of pure rabbit corneal epithelium and of endothelium with Descemet's membrane and only minimal amounts of adherent donor stroma.Expand
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The pathogenesis of retinal dysplasia.
The term retinal dysplasia has been em­ ployed with two connotations in the ophthal­ mic literature. Its early usewas the more general, referring to abnormalities in the histogenesis of theExpand
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Autoimmunity versus horror autotoxicus: The struggle for recognition
Historical insight: Paul Ehrlich's dictum of horror autotoxicus and the changing orientation of the field inhibited acceptance of the reality of autoimmune disease.
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An animal model of trachoma II. The importance of repeated reinfection.
An animal model of chronic cicatrizing trachoma has been produced by repeated ocular inoculation with Chlamydia trachomatis serotype E, a genitally transmitted strain. We have now produced a chronicExpand
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FETAL RESPONSE TO ANTIGENIC STIMULUS
The fetal lamb in utero is able to form large amounts of specific antibody in response to antigenic stimulus as early as the 66th to 70th day of the 150 day gestation period. Among the severalExpand
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Clemens Freiherr von Pirquet: Explaining immune complex disease in 1906
What only one person accomplish in a lifetime? Pirquet, an exceedingly curious pediatrician with acute powers of observation and deduction, not only solved the riddle of serum sickness and developedExpand
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The Clonal Selection Theory: what it really is and why modern challenges are misplaced
Historical insight: The clonal selection theory of antibody formation has recently been subjected to challenge from many quarters. A review of its history and that of scientific theories in generalExpand
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The most elegant immunological experiment of the XIX century
Historical Insight: The immunologic relationship between the fetus and its parents has fascinated investigators for generations. Early experiments by Ehrlich, as recounted here by Arthur Silverstein,Expand
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Adhesion of regenerating corneal epithelium. The role of basement membrane.
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FETAL RESPONSE TO ANTIGENIC STIMULUS. III. GAMMA-GLOBULIN PRODUCTION IN NORMAL AND STIMULATED FETAL LAMBS.
Summary In addition to “β 2A -” and β 2M -globulins, the serum of adult sheep contains 7 S γ-globulins composed of two cross-reacting components, an electrophoretically fast and a more slowlyExpand
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