|2001|| Apoptosis in chronic rejection of human cardiac allografts.
|2001|| Coronary arteries with chronic rejection contain oligoclonal T cells. Persistence of clonally expanded T-cell receptor (TCR) transcripts from the early post-transplantation period through chronic rejection.
|2001|| Gamma-chain T-cell receptor (TCR) transcripts are clonally expanded in the coronary arteries from cardiac allografts from patients with chronic rejection.
|2000|| Coronary arteries from human cardiac allografts with chronic rejection contain oligoclonal populations of T cells. Persistence of identical clonally expanded beta-chain T-cell receptor transcripts from the early posttransplantation period (endomyocardial biopsies) to chronic rejection (coronary arteries).
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|1998|| T cells infiltrating coronary arteries of cardiac allografts with chronic rejection contain clonally expanded T lymphocytes.