Effect of asialofetuin on prolongation of skin allograft survival by donor bone marrow cells.

Abstract

Survival of skin allografts made to antilymphocyte serum (ALS)-treated recipients is prolonged by posttransplant intravenous injection of donor strain bone marrow cells (BMC). If asialofetuin (ASF) is coinjected with the BMC, the prolonged graft survival is augmented (e.g., median survival time increased from 43 days to 72 days by injection of ASF). We have… (More)

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