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(With J.S. Robson, J.A. Ross, B. Nolan and Anne T. Lamb) Transplantation of a kidney from an identical twin. Lancet., 1, 1245- 1249.
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(With J.S. Robson, R. McWhirter, B. Nolan, T.I. Wilson, Anne T. Lambie, Joan M. McWilliam and Mary K. MacDonald) Transplantation of a kidney from a brother to sister. Brit. J. Urol., 34, 3-14.
(With M.O. Symes) The significance of splenomegaly in tumour- bearing mice. Brit. J. Cancer, 16, 120-130.
(With D. Michie) Induction of specific immunological tolerance of homografts in adult mice by sublethal irradiation and injection of donor-type spleen cells in high dosage. Proc. roy. Soc. B., 156, 280- 288.
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(With J.G. Howard and D. Michie) Transplantation tolerance and immunity in relation to age. In: Ciba Foundation Symposium on "Transplantation". Ed. Wolstonaolme, G.E.W. and Cameron, M.P. pp. 138-153. London: Churchill.
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(With M.O. Symes) The use of immunologically competent cells in the treatmont of cancer: Experiments with a transplantable mouse tumour. Brit. J. Cancer, 16, 707-715.
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(With S. Shwatz) Blood veseel replacement with grafts prepared from atherosclerotic arteries. Observations on the behaviour of heterografts in dogs. J. surg. Res., 3, 12-20. Ciba Foundation Study Group No. 16. The Immunologically Competent Cell, pp. 4-5.
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(With B. Nolan) Preliminary observations on treatment of advanced cancer by injection of allogeneic spleen cells. Lancet, 2, 426-429.
(With J.S. Robson. B. Nolan, Anne T. Lambie, T.I. Wilson and. J.G. Clark) Homotransplantation of the kidney in patients treated by preoperative local irradiation and postoperative administration of an anti-metabolite (Imuran) Report of six cases. Lancet, 2, 675-682.
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(With N.F. Anderson) Effect of lymphocyte depletion by thoracic duct fistula and administration of antilymphocytic serum on the survival of skin homografts in rats. Nature Lond., 200, 702.
(With M.O. Symes and N.F. Anderson) The effect of intraperitoneal injection of thoracic duct lymphocytes from normal and inmiunized rats in mice inoculated with the Landschutz ascites tumour. Brit. J. Cancer, 17, 482-486.
The management of patients given whole-body irradiation or antimetabolites to promote the survival of a renal homotransplant. Clin. Radiol., 15, 30-34.
Immunity and the treatment of cancer. Lancet, 1, 718-719.
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(With Miles Fox) Effect of whole burly irradiation on the rate of increase of blood urea nitrogen following bilateral nephrectomy in rats and rabbits. Nature, Lond., 202, 918-919.
Immunological aspects of cancer. Lancet, 2, 265-270.
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(With N.F. Anderson) The effect of lymphocyte depletion by thoracic duet fitula and administration of antlymphcytic serum on the survival of skin homografts in rats Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 120, 119-128.
(With J.L. Boak) Modified technique for collecting mouse thoracic duct lymph. Nature, Lond., 205, 396-397.
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human lymphocytes in vitro. Nature, Lond., 215, 591-594.
(With J.G. Clark and K. James) Elimination of normal horse IgG labelled with Iodine-131 in rats receiveing horse anti-rat lymphocytic IgG. Nature, Lond., 215, 869-870.
B.L. Reid and K. James) Quantitative studies with antilymphocytic antibody. Nature, Lond.,
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(With K. James) Antilymphocyte serum. Lancet, 2, 356.
Edinburgh Transplantation Unit. Brit. med. J., 3, 433.
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(With G.J.A Clunie, B. Nolan, K. James and J.G. Watt) Prolongation of canine renal allograft survival with antilymphocyte serum. Transplantation, 6, 459-467.
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(With N.F. Anderson and K. James) The effect of acid treatment on the immunosuppressive properties of antilymphocytic IgG. Nature, Lond., 218, 771-773.
(With Miss Lindsay H. Smith) Comparative effect of two strains of C. parvum on phagocytic activity and tumour growth. Nature Lond., 219, 197-198.
(With H. Matthew, A. Logan and B. Heard) Paraquat poisoning - lung transplantation. Brit. med. J., 2, 759-763.
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Immunosuppression and its complications. Royal Society of Medicine Presidential Address. Proc. roy. Soc. Med., 62, 411-416.
(With B. Nolan, J.S. Robson and M.K. MacDonald) Experience with renal tranplantation in man. Lancet, l, 6-12.
Letter to Editor. Lancet, 1, 672.
The challenge of osteosarcoma. Ann. roy.Coll. Surg. Engl., 44, 299-307. (Watson-Jones Lecture).
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Introduction to Symposium on Anti-Lymphocytic Antibody. Proc. roy. Soc. Edinb. B., 70, Part IV, 313-316.
The organisation of a transplant unit. Studium Generale, 23, 313-318.
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What kind of University? Lancet, 1, 185.
(With R.G. Dalton, J.L. Touraine and N.F. Anderson) Effect of route of administration of antilymphocytic globulin on skin allograft survival in rats. Nature, Lond., 2, 1140-1141.
The mode of action of antilymphocytic antibody. International Symposium on ALS. Symp. Series immunobiol. Standard., 16, 379- 388 Basel: Karger.
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Chatterjee, N.F. Anderson, M. Bonfiglio and K. James) Effects of allogenic lymphocytes
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Biological aspects of individuality. (Lister Oration 1970) Ann. roy. Coll. Surg. Engl., 47, 1-13.
Promotor's Address, Medical and Law Graduation Ceremony, 15.7.70. Senatus Academicus Minutes, 21, 1040-1043.
Immunotherapy of cancer - Introductory Remarks. (Royal Medical Society Symposium). Brit. med. J., 4, 486-487.
Health Service. Letter to The Times, 29th December.
Summary: Conference on Cross-species Transplantation. Transplant. Proc., 2, 557-559.
(With Miss Lindsay H. Smith) Cytotoxic efficiency and effect on tumour growth of heterospecific antilymphocytic and antitumour sera. In: Le Serum Antilymphocytaire. Colloques Intrenationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris. No. 190, pp. 419-434.
Caspary and E.J. Field) Non-species specificity of antilymphocyte serum.
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(Wth K. James, Diane M. Pullar, J.B. Morton, R.G. Dalton and B. Nolan) The intravenous administration of equine antilymphocytic globulin in renal transplant recipients and the detection of circulating antibodies to equine globulin. Clin. exp. Immunol., 8, 529-542.
(With D. Hughes, J.E. Newman and E.J. Field) Lack of anti-macrophage species specificity in anti- lymphocytic serum. Nature, New Biol., 230, 211-213.
(With J.S. McLaughlin and R. Roig) Surgical treatment of strictures of the oesophagus in patients with sclaroderma. J. thorac. cardiovasc. Surg, 61, 641-645.
(With A. McL. Jenkins) The effect of prior administration of donor strain blood or blood constituents on the survival of cardiac allografts in rats. Transplantation, 12, 57-60.
M.P. Inchley) Cytolytic efficiency of rabbit-anti-mouse antilymphocytic globulin and its
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(With M.P. lnchley) Synergistic inhibition of mammary carcinoma transplants in A-strain mice by antitumour globulin and C. parvum. Brit. J. Cancer, 25, 584-593.
Cardiac Transplantation Today. Letter to Editor. Brit. med. J., 4, 486.
(With Anne Kingston, D.G. Harnden, B. Nolan and J.S. Robson) Studies on the lymphocytes of patients with renal homografts. Transplantation, 12, 305-309.
(With M.P. Inchley and Noreen Dunbar) Further observations on the effect of C. parvum and anti- tumour globulin on syngeneically transplanted mouse tumour. Brit.J.Cancer, 26, 67-76. Harvey Lectures, Series 66, 161-176.
contribution of animal experiments to the surgery of replacement. Conquest, 163, 3-7. (Stephen
Paget Memorial Lecture, Research Defence Society)
Using doctors as administrators. Letter to Editor, The Times, June 9th.
Immunosuppression in relation to renal transplantation. In: Immunology &Transplantation of Tissue and Organ,197, Eds G.B.Ferrara, G.A.Azzolina and S.A.Eufrate. pp.149-15Q. Rome: Santani. (National Association of Biologists, Florence,)
Cancer - the elusive enemy. Proc. R. Soc. London. B., 183, 87-104. (Review Lecture to the Roy.Soc, November 1972)
(With Noreen Dunbar) The effect of Corynebacterium parvum and other reticuloendothelial stimulants on transplanted tumours in mice. Ciba Foundation Symposium, New Series 18, Immunopotentiation. Eds G.E.W.Wolstenholme and J. Knight. pp.287-303,. Amsterdam: ASP.
Specific Immunosuppression of cardiac allograft rejection in rats. Transplant. Proc., 5, 727-732.
(With Noreen Dunbar and A. Ghaffar) The growth of tumours in T-cell deprived mice and their response to treatment with Corynebacterium parvum. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. Lond., 184, 97-102.
(With W.H. McBride and Noreen Dunbar) Tumour growth, phagocytic activity and antibody response C.parvum-treated mice. Clin. exp. Immunol.17, 509-518.
Nonspecific effects of Corynebacterium on systemic immunity responses. In: Recent Results in Cancer Research, 47, 272-274,. (Paris Cancer Symposia, June, 1972)
(With A. Ghaffar, R.T. Cullen and Noreen Dunbar) Anti-tumour effect in vitro of lymphocytes and macrophages from mice treated with C. parvum. Brit. J. Cancer, 29, 199-205.
(With Noreen Dunbar) The effect of cell dose and distribution on the development of a transplanted tumour. Europ. J. Cancer, 10, 533-537.
(With G.J.A. Clunie, W.H. McBride, R.J.M. MacCormack, P.R. Walbaum and K. James) The effect of intravenous and intramuscular injection of C- parvum in man. Allergie et Immunologie, 6, 201-202. French Title: L’effet de l’injection intraveineuse et intramusculaire de Corynebacterium parvum chez l’homme.
(With J.G. Robertson and F. Cockburn) Successful pregnancy after cadaveric renal transplantation. J. Obstet. Gynaec. Brit. Commonwlth., 81, 777-780.
Tumour inhibitory properties of anaerobic corynebacteria. Transplant. Proc., 7, 229-232.
(With A. Ghaffar and R.T. Cullen) Further analysis of the antitumour effect in vitro of peritoneal exudate cells from mice treated with Corynebacterium parvum. Brit. J. Cancer, 31, 15-24.
(With W.H.McBride, Joan Dawes, Noreen Dunbar and A. Ghaffar) A comparative study of anaerobic coryneforms. Attempts to correlate their antitumour activity with their serological properties and ability to stimulate the lymphoreticular system. Immunology, 28, 49-58.
Mechanism underlying anti-tumour effect of C. parvum. Transplant. Proc., 7, 525-527.
Organ Transplantation - Retrospect and Prospect. J. Roy. Coll. Surg. Edin., 20, 96-106. (Liston Victoria Jubilee Memorial Lecture).
If I were a patient. Lecture to Derby Memorial Society, 7th January. Unpublished.
(With Noreen Dunbar) Effect of local injection of C. parvum on the growth of a murine fibrosarcoma. Brit.J.Cancer, 32, 34-41.
(With K. James, G.J.A. Clunie, W.H. McBride, W.G.Stimson, R. Drew and D. Catty) The effect of Corynebacterium parvum therapy on immunolglobulin class and IgC subclass levels in cancer patients. Brit.J.Cancer, 32, 310-322,.
(With G.J.A. Clunie, W.H. McBride, R.J.M. MacCormack, P.R. Walbaum and K. James) The effect of intravenous and intramuscular injection of Corynebacterium parvum. In: Corynebacterium parvum: Applications in Experimental and Clinical Oncology Ed. B.Halpern. pp. 383-388. Plenum Press: New York and London.
The renaissance of immunology. N.Z.Med. J., 83, 1-4.
(With B. Nolan, J.L. Anderton, G.M. Abouna, A.McL. Jenkins and J.B.Morton) Long term survival after renal transplantation in man. Brit.J.Surg., 63, 85-101. Nature, 258, 776. Clinical Oncology, 2, 3-9, (Moynihan Lecture 9.7.75 at Royal College of
(With A. Ghaffar, Noreen Dunbar and Valerie L. Whitehead) The effect of C. parvum on immunization with irradiated tumour cells. Brit. J.Cancer, 33, 491-495.
(With A. Ghaffar and V. L. Whitehead) Modification of the effect of C. parvum on macrophage activity and tumour growth by X- irradiation. Int. J. Cancer, 17, 652-658.
And ghosts shall drive you on. Macewen Memorial Lecture, University of Glasgow.
Problem solving in science. In: CIBA Foundation Symposium, New Series 44, Research and Medical Practice Eds G.E.W.Wolstenholme and M.O’Connor. pp.97-114,. North Holland: Elsevier/Excerpta Medica.
Clinical research in oncology. Clinical Oncology, 2, 289-291.
(With N.L. Warner) Effect of Corynebacterium parvum on tumour growth in normal and athymic (nude) mice. J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 58 111-116.
(With E. Hitchcock and V. Whitehead) Effect of C. parvum and active specific immunotherapy on intracerebral transplants of a murine fibrosarcoma. Br. J. Cancer, 35, 687-692.
(With V. Whitehead) Mechanism of inhibition of immunization with irradiated tumour cells by a large dose of Corynebacterium parvum. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 197, 505-514.
(With K. James, W.H. McBride and N. Willmot) Serological changes associated with C. parvum treatment in nude mice. Br. J. Cancer. 35, 684-686.
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