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A new procedure for enrichment of marrow precursors and removal of T lymphocytes from large volumes of human bone marrow, involving initial differential agglutination of T lymphocytes and mature marrow elements with soybean agglutinin, followed by rosetting with sheep red blood cells, was used to fractionate marrow cells from an HLA-A, B, DR non-identical,(More)
A number of HLA gene fragments have been reported and named. These are HLA-T previously known as HLA-16 (19), HLA-U previously known as HLA-21 (19), HLA-V previously known as HLA-75 (19), HLA-W previously known as HLA-80 (19), HLA-P previously known as HLA-90 (19) and HLA-Y previously known as HLA-BEL/COQ/DEL (20, 21). A full list of all recognised HLA(More)
NY-ESO-1, a member of the cancer-testis family of antigens, is expressed in a subset of a broad range of different human tumor types. Patients with advanced NY-ESO-1-expressing tumors frequently develop humoral immunity to NY-ESO-1, and three HLA A2-restricted peptides were defined previously as targets for cytotoxic CD8(+) T cells in a melanoma patient(More)
Activation via the T lymphocyte cell surface molecule CD28 provides a potent amplification signal for interleukin 2 (IL-2) production in several in vitro systems. The B lymphocyte activation antigen, B7/BB1, is a natural ligand for CD28. Here we investigate the role of CD28 and B7/BB1 in primary activation of CD4+ T lymphocytes stimulated with allogeneic B(More)
A group of alloantibodies are found in pregnancy sera which react with antigens present on B lymphocytes and monocytes but are not detectable on the vast majority of unstimulated T cells. This specificity distinguishes them from HL-A antibodies which react with both cell types. They were readily recognized through indirect fluorescent antibody analysis by(More)
Cell-mediated immunity was studied by in vitro tests in seven patients with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML). Lymphocyte proliferation in response to mitogenic stimulation was reduced to a variable degree in all patients, indicating a general impairment of cell-mediated immune responsiveness, although mitogen-induced production of the(More)
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (C.A.H.) with 21-hydroxylase deficiency is an autosomal recessive disease. HLA genotyping of parents and children in six families in which more than 1 child had C.A.H. established that the gene responsible for 21-hydroxylase deficiency is closely linked to HLA. One patient had inherited a maternal HLA-A/B recombinant haplotype(More)
This article maintains that insights gained by joining property rights theory with Austrian economics can contribute to the dynamic capabilities literature by giving context to key constructs in the dynamic capabilities approach, particularly the nature of organizational processes and resource positions. By defining resources and capabilities as bundles of(More)