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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Ildstad S, Ricordi C, Trucco M: Cell migration, chimerism, and graft acceptance. Lancet 339:1579-1582, 1992.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Trucco M, Murase N, Ricordi C, Ildstad S, Ramos H, Todo S, Tzakis A, Fung JJ, Nalesnik M, Zeevi A, Rudert WA, Kocova M: Cell migration and chimerism after whole-organ transplantation: The basis of graft acceptance. Hepatology 17(6):1127-1152, 1993.
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Qian S, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Rao AS, Fung JJ, Starzl TE: Murine liver allograft transplantation: Tolerance and donor cell chimerism. Hepatology 19:916-924, 1994.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Trucco M, Ramos H, Zeevi A, Rudert WA, Kocova M, Ricordi C, Ildstad S, Murase N: Systemic chimerism in human female recipients of male livers. Lancet 340:876-877, 1992.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Trucco M, Zeevi A, Ramos H, Terasaki P, Rudert WA, Kocova M, Ricordi C, Ildstad S, Murase N: Chimerism and donor-specific nonreactivity 27 to 29 years after kidney allotransplantation. Transplantation 55:1272-1277, 1993.
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Fu F, Li Y, Qian S, Lu L, Chambers F, Starzl TE, Fung JJ, Thomson AW: Costimulatory molecule-deficient dendritic cell progenitors (MHC Class II+, B7-1dim, B7-2) prolong cardiac allograft survival in non-immunosuppressed recipients. Transplantation 62:659-665, 1996.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Thomson AW, Trucco M, Ricordi C: Donor cell chimerism permitted by immunosuppressive drugs: a new view of organ transplantation. Immunol Today 14:326-332, 1993; also published in Trends Pharmacological Sci 14:217-223, 1993
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Trucco M, Thomson AW, Rao AS: The lost chord: Microchimerism. Immunol Today 17:577-584, 1996.
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Murase N, Starzl TE, Tanabe M, Fujisaki S, Miyazawa H, YE q, Delaney CP, Fung JJ, Demetris AJ: Variable chimerism, graft versus host disease, and tolerance after different kinds of cell and whole organ transplantation from Lewis to Brown-Norway rats. Transplantation 60:158-171, 1995.
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Thomson AW, Lu L, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Rao AS, Starzl TE: Microchimerism, dendritic cell progenitors and transplantation tolerance. Stem Cells 13:622-639, 1995.
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Woo J, Lu L, Rao AS, Li Y, Subbotin V, Starzl TE, Thomson AW: Isolation, phenotype and allostimulatory activity of mouse liver dendritic cells. Transplantation 58:484-491, 1994.
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Lu L, Hsieh M, Oriss TB, Morel PA, Starzl TE, Rao AS, Thomson AW: Generation of dendritic cells from mouse spleen cell cultures in response to GM-CSF: immunophenotypic and functional analyses. Immunol 84:127-134, 1995.
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Starzl TE: Chimerism and tolerance in transplantation. Proc Natl Acad Sci 101(Suppl.2):14607-14614, 2004.
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Murase N, Starzl TE, Ye Q, Tsamandas A, Thomson AW, Rao AS, Demetris AJ: Multilineage hematopoietic reconstitution of supralethally irradiated rats by syngeneic whole organ transplantation: with particular reference to the liver. Transplantation 61:1-4, 1996.
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Lu L, Li W, Zhong C, Qian S, Fung JJ, Thomson AW, Starzl TE: Increased apoptosis of immunoreactive host cells and augmented donor leukocyte chimerism, not sustained inhibition of B7 molecule expression are associated with prolonged cardiac allograft survival in mice preconditioned with immature donor dendritic cells plus anti-CD40L mAb. Transplantation 68:747-757, 1999.
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Thomson AW, Lu L, Subbotin VM, Li Y, Qian S, Rao AS, Fung JJ, Starzl TE: In vitro propagation and homing of liver-derived dendritic cell progenitors to lymphoid tissues of allogeneic recipients. Implications for the establishment and maintenance of donor cell chimerism following liver transplantation. Transplantation 59:544-551, 1995.
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Starzl TE: Presidental Address. Cell migration and chimerism: A unifying concept in transplantation-with particular reference to HLA matching and tolerance induction. Transplant Proc 25:8-12, 1993.
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Starzl TE: History of Clinical Transplantation. World J Surg 24:759-782, 2000. (Also published verbatim in: Starzl TE: A History of Clinical Transplantation. In: Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence. (eds. JA Norton, R Bollinger, AE Chang, SJ Mulvihill, S Lowry, H Pass, R Thompson). Springer Verlag, New York, NY. 2001 and 2008, 1st and 2nd editions).
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Qian S, Lu L, Fu F, Li W, Pan F, Steptoe RJ, Chambers FG, Starzl TE, Fung JJ, Thomson AW: Donor pretreatment with FLT-3 ligand augments anti-donor CTL, NK and LAK cell activities within liver allografts and alters the pattern of intragraft apoptotic activity. Transplantation 65:1590-1598, 1998.
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Starzl TE: Immunosuppressive Therapy and Tolerance of Organ Allografts. New Engl J Med 358: 407-411, 2008.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Trucco M, Abu-Elmagd K, Gray EA, Eghtesad B, Shapiro R, Marcos A, Fung JJ: Lessons of organ-induced tolerance learned from historical clinical experience. Transplantation 77:926-929, 2004.
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Murase N, Demetris AJ, Woo J, Furuya T, Nalesnik M, Tanabe M, Todo S, Starzl TE: Lymphocyte traffic and graft-versus-host disease after fully allogeneic small bowel transplantation. Transplant Proc 23:3246-3247, 1991.
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Terakura M, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Ye Q, Thomson A, Starzl TE: Lymphoid/non-lymphoid compartmentalization of donor leukocyte chimerism in rat recipients of heart allografts, with or without adjunct bone marrow. Transplantation 66:350-357, 1998.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Valdivia L, Thomson AW, Fung J, Rao AS: The future of transplantation: with particular reference to chimerism and xenotransplantation. Transplant Proc 29:19-27, 1997.
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Ichikawa N, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE, Ye Q, Okuda T, Chun HJ, Liu K, Kim YM, Murase N: Donor and recipient leukocytes in organ allografts of recipients with variable donor-specific tolerance: with particular reference to chronic rejection. Liver Transplantation 6:686-702, 2000.
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Starzl TE, Lakkis FG: The unfinished legacy of liver transplantation: emphasis on immunology. Hepatology 43:S151-S163, 2006.
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Llull R, Murase N, Ye Q, Manez R, Demetris AJ, Fournier V, Starzl TE: Vascularized bone marrow transplantation in rats: evidence for amplification of hematolymphoid chimerism and freedom from graft-versus-host reaction. Transplant Proc 27:164-165, 1995.
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Tzakis AG, Reyes J, Ramos H, Zeevi A, Nour B, Reinsmoen N, Todo S, Starzl TE: Early tolerance in pediatric liver allograft recipients. J Peditr Surg 29:754-756, 1994.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ: Transplantation tolerance, microchimerism, and the two-way paradigm. Theoretical Medicine & Bioethics 19:441-455, 1998.
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Starzl TE, Murase N: Microchimerism, macrochimerism and tolerance. Clin Transplant 14:351-354, 2000.
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Rao AS, Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Trucco M, Thomson A, Qian S, Murase M, Fung JJ: The two-way paradigm of transplantation immunology. Clin Immunol and Immunopathol 80(3pt2):S46-S51, 1996.
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Groth CG, Brent LB, Calne RY, Dausset JB, Good RA, Murray JE, Shumway NE, Schwartz RS, Starzl TE, Terasaki PI, Thomas ED, van Rood JJ: Historical landmarks in clinical transplantation: conclusions from the concensus conference at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). World J Surg 24:834-843, 2000.
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Markus PM, Selvaggi G, Cai X, Fung JJ, Starzl TE: Induction of donor-specific transplantation tolerance to skin and cardiac allografts using mixed chimerism in (A + B --> A) in rats. Cell Transplant 2:345-353, 1993.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Trucco M, Thomson AW, Rao AS, Fung JJ: Chimerism after organ transplantation. Cur Opin Nephrol Hypertens 6:292-298, 1997.
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Starzl TE: The "privileged" liver and hepatic tolerogenicity. Liver Transplantation 7:918-920, 2001.
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Okuda T, Ishikawa T, Azhipa O, Ichikawa N, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE, Murase N: Early passenger leukocyte migration and acute immune reactions in the rat recipient spleen during liver engraftment: with particular emphasis on donor MHC class II+ cells. Transplantation 74:103-111, 2002.
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Starzl TE: Acquired immunologic tolerance: with particular reference to transplantation. Immunol Res 38(1-3):6-41, 2007.
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Hrebinko R, Jordan ML, Dummer JS, Hickey DP, Shapiro R, Vivas C, Starzl TE, Simmons RL, Hakala TR: Ganciclovir for invasive cytomegalovirus infection in renal allograft recipients. Transplant Proc 23:1346-1347, 1991.
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Toyokawa H, Nakao A, Bailey RJ, Nalesnik MA, Kaizu T, Lemoine JL, Ikeda A, Tomiyama K, Papworth GD, Huang L, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE, Murase N: Relative contribution of direct and indirect allorecognition in developing tolerance after liver transplantation. Liver Transpl 14:346-357, 2008.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Giorda R, Valdivia L, Trucco M: Drug development and testing in relation to cell migration and chimerism. Transplant Proc 25:469-472, 1993.
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Ricordi C, Tzakis AG, Demetris AJ, Zeevi A, Rybka WB, Nalesnik MA, Ukah FO, Fontes PAC, Ball ED, Starzl TE: Reversal of graft-versus-host disease with infusion of stored autologous bone marrow cells following combined liver-bone marrow allotransplantation in man. Transplant Sci 3(1):76-77, 1993.
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Metes D, Logar A, Rudert WA, Zeevi A, Woodward J, Demetris AJ, Abu-Elmagd K, Eghtesad B, Shapiro R, Fung JJ, Trucco M, Starzl TE, Murase N: Four-color flow cytometric analysis of peripheral blood donor cell chimerism. Hum Immunol 64:787-795, 2003.
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Tanabe M, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Hoffman RA, Nakamura K, Fujisaki S, Galvao FHF, Todo S, Fung J, Starzl TE: The influence of donor and recipient strains in isolated small bowel transplantation in rats. Transplant Proc 26(6):4325-4332, 1994.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Qian S: Microchimerism: inaccurate literature citations. Transplantation 62:703, 1996.
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Llull R, Murase N, Ye Q, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE: Chimerism, graft-vs-host disease, rejection, and their association with reciprocal donor-host immune reactions after cell, organ, and composite tissue transplantation. Transplant Proc 29:1203-1204, 1997.
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Thai NL, Qian TS, Fu F, Li Y, Sun H, Demetris AJ, Duquesnoy RJ, Starzl TE, Fung JJ: Mouse liver transplantation tolerance: The role of hepatocytes and nonparenchymal cells. Transplant Proc 27:509-510, 1995.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Thomson AW, Trucco M, Ricordi C: Donor cell chimerism permitted by immunosuppressive drugs: a new view of organ transplantation. Immunol Today 14:326-332, 1993; also published in Trends Pharmacological Sci 14:217-223, 1993.
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Murase N, Ye Q, Sakamoto T, Demetris AJ, Thomson AW, Rao A, Starzl TE: The effect in supralethally irradiated rats of G-CSF and lisofylline on hematopoietic reconstitution by syngeneic bone marrow or whole organ passenger leukocytes. Transplantation 63:1840-1843, 1997.
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Murase N, Demetris AJ, Tsamandas AC, Ye Q, Starzl TE: The heterogenous distribution of chimerism produced by rat organ and bone marrow allotransplantation. (Letter to Editor) Transplantation 61:1126-1131, 1996.
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Starzl TE: Back to the Future. Transplantation 79:1009-1014, 2005.
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Starzl TE: The mystique of organ transplantation. J Am Coll Surg 201:160-170, 2005.
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Demetris AJ, Murase N, Delaney CP, Woan M, Fung JJ, Starzl TE: The liver allograft, chronic (ductopenic) rejection, and microchimerism: What can they teach us? Transplant Proc 27:67-70, 1995. http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/5119/1/31735062125418.pdf
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Starzl TE, Rao AS, Thomson AW, Murase N, Demetris AJ: Donor-recipient microchimerism and tolerance induction. (Letter to the Editor) Transplantation 61:169-170, 1996.
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Kiyomoto T, Toyokawa H, Nakao A, Kaizu T, Okuda T, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE, Murase N: The difficulty of eliminating donor leukocyte microchimerism in rat recipients bearing established organ allografts. Transplantation 81:438-444, 2006.
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Starzl TE: Organ transplantation: a practical triumph and epistemologic collapse. Proc Am Philos Soc 147:226-245, 2003.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Demetris AJ, Thomson AW, Trucco M, Rao A: Immunity and tolerance are related, and governed by antigen migration and localization. Transplant Proc 31:1406-1411, 1999.
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Marcos A, Lakkis F, Starzl TE: Tolerance for organ recipients: a clash of paradigms. (Editorial) Liver Transplant 12:1448-1451, 2006.
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Ye Q, Chia SH, Doughton S, Sakamoto T, Galvao F, Demetris AJ, Starzl TE, Murase N: Hematopoietic reconstitution by transplanted grafts in lethally irradiated recipients. Transplant Proc 29:1202, 1997
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Starzl TE: The art of tolerance. Nature Medicine 4: 1006-1009, 1998.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Thomson A, Demetris AJ, Qian S, Rao AS, Fung JJ: The bidirectional paradigm of transplant immunology. Bone marrow transplantation: Foundations for the 21st century. Ann NY Acad Sci 770:165-176, 1995.
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Starzl TE: Peter Brian Medawar: Father of transplantation. J Am Coll Surg 180:332-336, 1995.
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Starzl TE, Demetris AJ, Murase N, Trucco M, Thomson AW, Rao AS: The changing immunology of organ transplantation. Hospital Prac October 15, pp. 31-42, 1995.
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Starzl TE, Murase N, Thomson AW, Trucco M, Rao A: Regulation of immune reactivity and tolerance by antigen migration and localization: with particular reference to allo- and xenotransplantation. Transplant Proc 31:763-768, 1999.
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