Immunotherapy with Mycobacterium vaccae as an adjunct to chemotherapy in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Stanford JL, Bahr GM, Rook GA, Shaaban MA, Chugh TD, Gabriel M, et al.. Tubercle. 1990; 71(2):87-93.
Mycobacterium vaccae in immunoprophylaxis and immunotherapy of leprosy and tuberculosis.
Stanford JL, Rook GA, Bahr GM, Dowlati Y, Ganapati R, Ghazi Saidi K, et al.. Vaccine. 1990; 8(6):525-30.
HLA-DR and tuberculin tests in rheumatoid arthritis and tuberculosis.
Bahr GM, Sattar MA, Stanford JL, Shaaban MA, Al Shimali B, Siddiqui Z, et al.. Annals of the rheumatic diseases. 1989; 48(1):63-8.
Unexpected findings amongst the skin test responses to mycobacteria of BCG vaccinated Kuwaiti school children.
Bahr GM, Chugh TD, Behbehani K, Shaaban MA, Abdul-Aty M, Al Shimali B, et al.. Tubercle. 1987; 68(2):105-12.
Two potential improvements to BCG and their effect on skin test reactivity in the Lebanon.
Bahr GM, Stanford JL, Rook GA, Rees RJ, Abdelnoor AM, Frayha GJ. Tubercle. 1986; 67(3):205-18.
Skin sensitization to mycobacteria amongst school children prior to a study of BCG vaccination in North Lebanon.
Bahr GM, Stanford JL, Rook GA, Rees RJ, Frayha GJ, Abdelnoor AM. Tubercle. 1986; 67(3):197-203.
Absence of antibodies to muramyl dipeptide in patients with tuberculosis or leprosy.
Bahr GM, Modabber FZ, Rook GA, Mehrotra ML, Stanford JL, Chedid L. Clinical and experimental immunology. 1982; 47(1):53-8.
Inhibition of the proliferative response of peripheral blood lymphocytes to mycobacterial or fungal antigens by co-stimulation with antigens from various mycobacterial species.
Bahr GM, Rook GA, Stanford JL. Immunology. 1981; 44(3):593-8.
The effect of delayed addition of antigen and 'E' rosetting on the proliferative response to mycobacterial antigens of peripheral blood lymphocytes from normal individuals or from patients with tuberculosis or leprosy.
Bahr GM, Rook GA, Stanford JL, Lydyard PM, Bryceson AD. Immunology. 1981; 44(3):585-91.
Prostaglandin-dependent regulation of the in vitro proliferative response to mycobacterial antigens of peripheral blood lymphocytes from normal donors and from patients with tuberculosis or leprosy.
Bahr GM, Rook GA, Stanford JL. Clinical and experimental immunology. 1981; 45(3):646-53.
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