Immunology of reproduction
Based on the 1981 International Conference on Reproductive Immunology, this is a comprehensive survey of the rapidly-expanding field. The work of many distinguished contributors is presented in three parts: I. The Embryo as Antigen, II. The Placenta as Immunological Barrier, and III. Regulation of the Maternal Immune Response.
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Transplantation Immunobiology Revisited
Immunogenetic Aspects of the MaternalFetal
Alloantigen Expression on Mouse Oocytes and
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