A high proportion of T lymphocytes that infiltrate H-2-incompatible heart allografts in vivo express genes encoding cytotoxic cell-specific serine proteases, but do not express the mel-14-defined lymph node homing receptor

Christoph Mueller, Howard K. Gershenfeld, Corinne G. Lobe, Craig Y. Okada, R. Chris Bleackley, Irving L. Weissman

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