Immunological Rections Induced by Graft Versus Host Rection Following Small-Bowel Transplantation

  • K. Ulrichs
  • E. Deltz
Conference paper


As a biological model for the analysis of graft versus host reaction (GVHR), caused by continuously supplied immunocompetent cells of a lymphoid-tissue-rich organ, small-intestine (SI) transplantation was performed in rats.


Mesenteric Lymph Node Immunocompetent Cell Peripheral Lymph Node Graft Recipient Strain Combination 
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  • E. Deltz

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