Negative and positive co-signaling with anti-BTLA (PJ196) and CTLA4Ig prolongs islet allograft survival

Wayne Truong, Jennifer C. Plester, Wayne W. Hancock, Jonathan Kaye, Shaheed Merani, Kenneth M. Murphy, Theresa L. Murphy, Colin C. Anderson, A. M.James Shapiro

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