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This quantity contains the cumulative topic index for volumes 37 to sixty five of the "Advances in Immunology" sequence.

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39:291-292 T cell leukemias and, 39:288 anti-Id, rahhit to human anti-= antibodies binding to B cells, 39:264-266 binding to Id, 39261-263 binding to T cells, 39:265-267 human immune responses and, 39:267-269 production. 39:261 to human IgM-HF, 39:263 anti-Ig, 52:185-188 anti-TNF-a therapy, 64:323-325 Branhunlella cntnrrhalis and others, 52:188 indiiced proliferation of normal human B cells, 54:363 inhibitory effects, 52:186-187 inhibitory effects of anti-Ig antibodies, 52: 186- 187 Stnphybcocnrs uureiis Strain Cowwn, 52:187- 188 stimulatory effects, 52:185-186 as surrogate antigens, differential effects on mature and immature cells, 52295-297 :inti-IgE.

47:271, 272 surface phenotype. 47:200-212 tissue distribution, 47:221 nonclustered. see Non-self antigens nonspecific killing, 60:302 parasitic, synthetic T and B cell sites and, 45:228-230 peptide, see Peptide antigens plasmacyte, 52:174 other antigens of plasmocytes, 52:174 PC-I, a plasma cell threonine-specific protein kinase, 52:174 polymeric, and IgE responses, 52:289-290 position-specific,leukocyte integrins and, 46:153 pulmonaly immunity, 59:387-388 regulators of complement activation and, 45:381, 389 replaceability.

See Non-self antigens nonspecific killing, 60:302 parasitic, synthetic T and B cell sites and, 45:228-230 peptide, see Peptide antigens plasmacyte, 52:174 other antigens of plasmocytes, 52:174 PC-I, a plasma cell threonine-specific protein kinase, 52:174 polymeric, and IgE responses, 52:289-290 position-specific,leukocyte integrins and, 46:153 pulmonaly immunity, 59:387-388 regulators of complement activation and, 45:381, 389 replaceability. amino acids, 43:69-70 residues, definition, 4323 responses to, enhancement by VP selective elements, 50:36-37 schistosome Sm23, 60:126-127 Sm28-GST, 60:127-128 TPI, 60:125-126 SCID and, 49:381-388 graft-versus-host disease, 49:398 lack of stem cell engraftment, 49:397 posttranspiant immunocompetence, 49:400, 402 stem cell engraftment, 49:391 tolerance, 49:398-399 transplantation, 49:393-395 self-, see Self-antigens sites, hydrophilicity, 43:76 specific activation, molecular basis, 54:337-338 specific killing, CTL-mediated, W292-303 sporozoite malaria vaccine and, 45283, 319-322 CS proteins.

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