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1. General Parallel Finite/Spectral-Element oriented C/C++ Framework


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2. The role of MHC class I heterodimer expression in mouse ankylosing enthesopathy


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3. Optimization of the damping properties of CFRP laminates with embedded viscoelastic layers


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4. A study of the cell nucleolus in mice. I. Interstrain differences in the number and character of nucleoli of lymphocytes from the lymph nodes.


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5. Quantitative variations in physiological traits influenced by the h-2 system.


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6. Some aspects of the h-2 system, the major histocompatibility system in the mouse.


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7. Immunodeficiency in the chicken. III. Hypoplasia of bursal follicles following intravenous injection of embryos with lipopolysaccharide or allogeneic lymphocytes.

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8. New data on h-2 locus, their implications for interpretation of major histocompatibility loci in different species, including man.


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9. Histocompatibility antigens in wild mice (mus musculus). Abstr.


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10. The effect of anti-protein antibodies in vivo. II. The anaphylactic shock in mice induced by rabbit serum against mouse gamma globulins.


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