Arnold Sanderson

Immunology University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
Transplantation Antigens
"Arnold Sanderson"

(1933 – 2011)

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Turner MJ, Cresswell P, Parham P, et al. (1975) Purification of papain-solubilized histocompatibility antigens from a cultured human lymphoblastoid line, RPMI 4265. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 250: 4512-9
Strominger JL, Cresswell P, Grey H, et al. (1974) The immunoglobulin-like structure of human histocompatibility antigens. Transplantation Reviews. 21: 126-43
Turner MJ, Strominger JL, Sanderson AR. (1972) Enzymic removal and re-expression of a histocompatibility antigen, HL-A 2, at the surface of human peripheral lymphocytes ( 31 Cr-labeled cells-papain-puromycin-actinomycin D). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 69: 200-2
Welsh KI, Cresswell P, Goujet C, et al. (1971) The cytotoxic effect on human lymphocytes of rabbit antisera to human Fc (IgG). Transplantation. 12: 468-71
Sanderson AR, Cresswell P, Welsh KI. (1971) Implication of carbohydrate in the immunochemical determinant area of HL-A substances. Transplantation Proceedings. 3: 220-3
Sanderson AR, Cresswell P, Welsh KI. (1971) Involvement of carbohydrate in the immunochemical determinant area of HL-A substances. Nature: New Biology. 230: 8-12
Cresswell P, Sanderson AR. (1970) Preparation, properties and substrate-exclusion effects of an insoluble pronase derivative. The Biochemical Journal. 119: 447-51
Cresswell P, Sanderson AR. (1970) Insoluble pronase. The Biochemical Journal. 117: 43P-44P
Cresswell P, Sanderson AR. (1968) Spatial arrangement of H-2 specificities: evidence from antibody adsorption and kinetic studies. Transplantation. 6: 996-1004
JUERGENS WG, SANDERSON AR, STROMINGER JL. (1963) Chemical basis for an immunological specificity of a strain of Staphylococcus aureus. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 117: 925-35
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