Induction of transplantation tolerance with certain therapeutic nondepleting monoclonal antibodies can lead to a robust state of peripheral "dominant" tolerance. Regulatory CD4+ T cells, which mediate this form of "dominant" tolerance, can be isolated from spleens of tolerant animals. To determine whether there were any extra-lymphoid sites that might harbor regulatory T cells we sought their presence in tolerated skin allografts and in normal skin. When tolerated skin grafts are retransplant...Expand abstract
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Identification of regulatory T cells in tolerated allografts.
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