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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 103, Number 3, 1 July 2001

Nitric oxide and bone
pp. 255-261(7)
Authors: van'T Hof, R.J.; Ralston, S.H.

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The contributions of T-cell anergy to peripheral T-cell tolerance
pp. 262-269(8)
Authors: Lechler, R.; Chai, J-G.; Marelli-Berg, F.; Lombardi, G.

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Upregulation of CD4 on CD8+ T cells: CD4dimCD8bright T cells constitute an activated phenotype of CD8+ T cells
pp. 270-280(11)
Authors: Sullivan, Y.B.; Landay, A.L.; Zack, J.A.; Kitchen, S.G.; Al-Harthi, L.

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Systematic characterization of human CD8+ T cells with natural killer cell markers in comparison with natural killer cells and normal CD8+ T cells
pp. 281-290(10)
Authors: Ohkawa, T.; Seki, S.; Dobashi, H.; Koike, Y.; Habu, Y.; Ami, K.; Hiraide, H.; Sekine, I.

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Influence of CD4 or CD8 deficiency on collagen-induced arthritis
pp. 291-300(10)
Authors: Ehinger, M.; Vestberg, M.; Johansson; Johannesson, M.; Svensson, A.; Holmdahl, R.

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The role of donor T cells for target organ injuries in acute and chronic graft-versus-host disease
pp. 310-318(9)
Authors: Kataoka, Y.; Iwasaki, T.; Kuroiwa, T.; Seto, Y.; Iwata, N.; Hashimoto, N.; Ogata, A.; Hamano, T.; Kakishita, E.

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Endocytosis and recycling of the complex between CD23 and HLA-DR in human B cells
pp. 319-331(13)
Authors: Karagiannis, S.N.; Warrack, J.K.; Jennings, K.H.; Murdock, P.R.; Christie, G.; Moulder, K.; Sutton, B.J.; Gould, H.J.

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Nitric oxide protects cultured rheumatoid synovial cells from Fas-induced apoptosis by inhibiting caspase-3
pp. 362-367(6)
Authors: Migita, K.; Yamasaki, S.; Kita, M.; Ida, H.; Shibatomi, K.; Kawakami, A.; Aoyagi, T.; Eguchi, K.

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Interleukin-6 regulates the phenotype of the immune response to a tuberculosis subunit vaccine
pp. 375-381(7)
Authors: Leal, I.S.; Flórido, M.; Andersen, P.; Appelberg, R.

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Streptococcal inhibitor of complement (SIC) inhibits the membrane attack complex by preventing uptake of C567 onto cell membranes
pp. 390-398(9)
Authors: Fernie-King, B.A.; Seilly, D.J.; Willers, C.; Würzner, R.; Davies, A.; Lachmann, P.J.

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Erratum
pp. 399-399(1)

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