Etal bone grafts do not elicit allograft rejection because of protecting anti-ia alloantibodies: Implications to the immune survival of fetuses in allogeneic mothers

Shraga Segal, Tzoni Siegal, Hana Altaraz, Assa Lev-El, Zvi Nevo, Laslo Nebel, Alexander Katzenelson, Michael Feldman

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