Cellular immune responses of human cadaver donor bone marrow cells and their susceptibility to commonly used immunosuppressive drugs in transplantation.

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BACKGROUND The cascade of immunological effects brought about by donor bone marrow cell (DBMC) infusions in human organ transplantation, especially in the context of continuous pharmacologic immunosuppression, is not fully understood. Yet, in inbred rodents and even primates, administration of specific bone marrow cells has caused a state of acquired… (More)

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@article{Mathew1998CellularIR, title={Cellular immune responses of human cadaver donor bone marrow cells and their susceptibility to commonly used immunosuppressive drugs in transplantation.}, author={James M Mathew and Marisol Carre{\~n}o and Keith Zucker and L C Fuller and Norma Kenyon and Violet V Esquenazi and Camillo Ricordi and Andrew Tzakis and J. Miller}, journal={Transplantation}, year={1998}, volume={65 7}, pages={947-55} }