Veronique Thomas-Vaslin

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Standard immunosuppressive drugs used for allogeneic organ transplantation do not specifically target alloreactive T cells and must be given for the lifetime of the patient, resulting in significant(More)
To investigate the role of primary T cell repertoire selection in the immunopathogenesis of autoimmune diseases, pure thymic epithelium (TE) from nonobese diabetic (NOD) embryos was grafted into non(More)
We previously showed that transient depletion of dividing T cells at the time of an allogeneic transplantation induces long-term tolerance to the allograft. Here we investigated the role of(More)