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Eggenhofer, E.* et al.: Targeting innate immune cells and regulated cell death in early hepatic ischemia reperfusion injury. Transplantation 102, S713-S713 (2018)
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Werner, J.M.* ; Adenugba, A.* & Protzer, U.: Immune reconstitution after HCV clearance with direct antiviral agents: Potential consequences for patients with HCC? Transplantation 101, 904-909 (2017)
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Bartlett, S.T.* et al.: Report from IPITA-TTS opinion leaders meeting on the future of β-cell replacement. Transplantation 100, S1-S44 (2016)
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Markmann, J.F.* et al.: Executive summary of IPITA-TTS opinion leaders report on the future of β-cell replacement. Transplantation 100, E25-E31 (2016)
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Kemter, E.* et al.: INS-EGFP transgenic piglets provide a novel tool for studying maturation and vascularization of Neonatal Islet Cell Clusters (NICCs) in vivo. Transplantation 99, S99 (2015)
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Ludwig, B. et al.: Preclinical studies on porcine islet macroencapsulation in non-human primates. Transplantation 99, S31 (2015)
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Ludwig, B. et al.: Attenuation of immunosuppression related negative effects on islet grafts by Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) agonist. Transplantation 99, S123 (2015)
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Steffen, A. ; Müller, A. ; Bornstein, S.R. & Ludwig, B.: The influence of previous pregnancy on the functionality of smaller and larger rat islets. Transplantation 99, S294 (2015)
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Steffen, A. et al.: Pig pancreas preservation and the influence on islet isolation outcome. Transplantation 99, S197 (2015)
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Steffen, A. ; Lehmann, S. ; Balyura, M. ; Bornstein, S.R. & Ludwig, B.: The influence of age on islet size distribution in male and female rats. Transplantation 99, S184 (2015)
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Milosevic, S. et al.: Identification of MHC II-restricted minor histocompatibility antigens after HLA-identical stem-cell transplantation. Transplantation 90, 1030-1035 (2010)
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Pihusch, R.* et al.: Hemostatic complications in bone marrow transplantation : a retrospective analysis of 447 patients. Transplantation 74, 1303-1309 (2002)
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Mocikat, R. ; Kütemeier, G. ; Hoffmann-Fezer, G. & Thierfelder, S.: A mouse model for the preclinical evaluation of immunosuppressive effector functions of human isotypes. The human IgG1 isotype is superior to IgG3. Transplantation 57, 405-11 (1994)
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Reinecke, K. ; Mysliwietz, J. & Thierfelder, S.: Single as well as pairs of synergistic anti-CD4+CD8 antibodies prevent graft-versus-host disease in fully mismatched mice. Transplantation 57, 458-461 (1994)
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Marz, W. et al.: Type III Hyperlipoproteinemia Acquired by Liver Transplantation. Transplantation 55, 284-288 (1993)
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Mysliwietz, J. & Thierfelder, S.S.: Coinjection of anti-interleukin-2 receptor antibody diminishes antiantibody formation during prolonged treatment with anti-CD3 antibody. Transplantation 56, 1266-1269 (1993)
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Mysliwietz, J. ; Thierfelder, S. ; Hoffmann-Fezer, G. & Kummer, U.: Antilymphocytic Antibodies and Bone Marrow Transplantation. XI. Evidence that Reduce Thy-1 Expression in Thy-1.1 Mice Prevents Suppression of Graft-Versus-Host Disease with Anti-Thy-1 Monoclonal Antibodies. Transplantation 49, 749-755 (1990)
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Mysliwietz, J. ; Thierfelder, S.S. ; Hoffmann-Fezer, G. & Kummer, U.: Antilymphocytic antibodies and bone marrow transplantation: XI. Evidence that reduced Thy-1 expression in Thy-1.1 mice prevents suppression of graft-versus-host disease with anti-Thy-1 monoclonal antibodies. Transplantation 49, 749-755 (1990)
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Kremmer, E. ; Thierfelder, S.S. ; Kummer, U. ; Lederer, R. & Mysliwietz, J.: Neutralization of immunosuppression by antibodies against variable as well as constant regions of monoclonal anti-Thy-1 xenoantibodies and their ability to be suppressed by initial T cell depletion. Transplantation 47, 641-646 (1989)
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Thierfelder, S. ; Hoffmann-Fezer, G. & Kremmer, E.: Evidence that initial T cell depletion suppresses antiantibody formation and preserves immunosuppression after polyclonal ATG. Transplantation 48, 511-514 (1989)