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58. Pierpaoli, W. and Maestroni, G. Pharmacological control of the hormonally modulated immune response. III. Prolongation of allogeneic skin graft rejection and prevention of runt disease by a combination of drugs acting on neuroendocrine functions. J. Immunol. 120, 1600-1603, 1978.
59. Pierpaoli, W. and Maestroni, G. Drug-induced chimerism and prevention of graft-versus-host disease in lethally irradiated mice transplanted with rat bone marrow.Transplantation 26, 456- 458, 1978.
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74. Cuk, M., Radosevic-Stasic, B., Pierpaoli, W. and Rukavina, D. Bone marrow-liver-spleen axis in the regulation of morphostasis. Period. Biol. 85, 23-24, 1983.
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79. Pierpaoli, W. Growth of transplantable melanoma and leukemia and prevention of virus-induced leukemia in long-lived radiation chimeras constructed with unmanipulated bone marrow. Clin Exp. Immunol. 59, 210-216, 1985.
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99. Pierpaoli, W., Dall'Ara, A., Pedrinis, E. and Regelson, W. The pineal control of aging: the effects of melatonin and pineal grafting on the survival of older mice. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 621, 291-313, 1991.
100. Pierpaoli, W., Dall'Ara, A., Yi, C.X., Neri, P., Santucci, A. and Choay, J. Iron carrier proteins facilitate engraftment of allogeneic bone marrow and enduring hemopoietic chimerism in the lethally irradiated host. Cell. Immunol. 134, 225-234, 1991.
101. Lesnikov, V.A., Isaeva, E.N., Korneva, E.A. and Pierpaoli, W. Melatonin reconstitutes the decreased CFU-S content in the bone marrow of hypothalamus-lesioned mice. In: Role of Melatonin and Pineal Peptides in Neuroimmunomodulation. (Edited by Fraschini, F. and Reiter, R.) pp 225-231. Plenum Press, New York, 1991.
102. Pierpaoli, W. The pineal gland: a circadian or seasonal aging clock? Aging 3, 99-101, 1991.
103. Lesnikov, V.A., Korneva, E.A., Dall'Ara, A. and Pierpaoli, W. The involvement of pineal gland and melatonin in immunity and aging. II. Thyrotropin releasing hormone and melatonin forestall involution and promote reconstitution of the thymus in anterior hypothalamic area (AHA)-lesioned mice. Int. J. Neurosci. 62, 141-153, 1992.
104. Pierpaoli, W. Effect of human transferrin on engraftment of allogeneic bone marrow in different strains of lethally irradiated mice. Nat. Immun. and Cell Growth Regul. 11, 356-365, 1992.
105. Pierpaoli, W. Pineal grafting and melatonin induce immunocompetence in nude (athymic) mice. Int. J. Neurosci. 68, 123-131, 1993.
106. Pierpaoli, W. and Regelson, W. The pineal control of aging. The effect of melatonin and pineal grafting on aging mice. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 91, 787-791, 1994.
107. Pierpaoli, W. The pineal aging clock. Evidence, models and an approach to aging-delaying strategies. In: Aging, Immunity and Infections (Edited by Powers, D.C., Morley, J.E. and Coe, R.M.) pp. 166-175. Springer Publishing Company, New York, 1994.
108. Pierpaoli, W. and Lesnikov, V.A. The pineal aging clock. Evidence, models, mechanisms, interventions. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 719, 461-473, 1994.
109. Lesnikov, V.A. and Pierpaoli, W. Pineal cross-transplantation (old« young) as evidence for an endogenous "aging clock". Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 719, 456-460, 1994.
110. Mocchegiani, E., Bulian, D., Santarelli, L., Tibaldi, A., Pierpaoli, W. and Fabris, N. The zinc-melatonin interrelationship. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 719, 298-307, 1994.
111. Viticchi, C., Bulian, D., Pierpaoli, W. and Piantanelli, L. Brain a and b-adrenoceptors are differently modulated by pineal graft in aging mice. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 719, 448-453, 1994.
112. Mocchegiani, E., Bulian, D., Santarelli, L., Tibaldi, A., Muzzioli, M., Pierpaoli, W. and Fabris, N. The immuno-reconstituting effect of melatonin or pineal grafting and its relation to zinc pool in aging mice. J. Neuroimmunol. 53, 189-201, 1994.
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114.Lissoni, P., Arosio, V., Mocchegiani, E., Fabris, N., Barni, S., Pierpaoli, W. and Tancini, G. Zinc levels in serum during subcutaneous interleukin-2 immunotherapy of cancer. Int. J. Biol. Markers 10, 124-125, 1995.
115.Deeg, H.J., Pierpaoli, W., Arrighi, S., Seidel, K., Graham, T., Huss, R. Yu, C., Myerson, D., Schuening, F. and Storb, R. Facilitation of DLA-incompatible marrow grafts by donor-derived transferrin? Transplant Immunol. 4, 113-116, 1996.
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126. Pierpaoli, W. Overcoming the histocompatibility barrier. Transferrins as carriers and modulators of immunogenic identity. Cell Transpl. 7, 541-548, 1998.
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128. Pierpaoli W. and Bulian, D. Transferrin treatment corrects aging-related immunologic and hormonal decay in old mice. Exp. Gerontol. 35, 401-408, 2000.
129. Bulian, D. and Pierpaoli, W. The pineal control of cancer. I. Pinealectomy corrects congenital hormonal dysfunctions and prolongs life in cancer-prone C3H/He mice. J. Neuroimmunol. 108, 131-135, 2000.
130. Lesnikova, M., Lesnikov, V., Arrighi, S., Kistler, G., Pierpaoli, W. And Deeg, H.J. Upregulation of interleukin-10 and inhibition of alloantigen responses b transferrin and transferrin-derived glycans. J. Hematol.& Stem Cell Res. 9,381-392, 2000.
131. Pierpaoli, W and Bulian, D. The Pineal Aging and Death Programme. I. Grafting of old pineals in young mice accelerates their aging. J. Anti-Aging Med. 4, 31-37, 2001.
132. Bellipanni, G., Bianchi, P., Pierpaoli, W., Bulian, D. and Ilyia, E. Effects of melatonin in perimenopausal and menopausal women: a randomized and placebo-controlled study. Exp. Gerontol., 36, 297-310, 2001.
133. Lesnikov, V, Lesnikova, M., Shulman, H.M., Arrighi, S., Pierpaoli, W. And Deeg, H.J. In vivo cytoprotective and immunomodulatory effects of transferring. Submitted as "Camera Ready" to Global Research Network (India), 4/2002, revised on 07.30.2002.
134. Lesnikov, V.A., Lesnikova, M.P., Shulman, H.M., Wilson, H.-M., Hockenberry, D.M., Kocher, M., Pierpaoli, W. and Deeg, H.J. Prevention of Fas-mediated hepatic failure by Transferrin. Laboratory Inv. , 2003,
135. Pierpaoli, W. The rotational origin and state of the whole. Its relation to growth, fertility, aging, death, and diseases. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1057, 1-15, 2005.
136. Pierpaoli, W. Neurodegenerative diseases: a common etiology and a common therapy. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1057, 319-326, 2005.
137. Pierpaoli, W., Bulian, D. The pineal aging and death program. II. Life prolongation in pre-aging pinealectomized mice. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1057, 133-144, 2005.
138. Yi, C., Pan, X., Yan, H., Guo, M. and Pierpaoli, W. Effects of melatonin in age-related macula degeneration. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1057, 384-392, 2005.
139. Pierpaoli, W. Aging-Reversing Properties of Thyrotropin_Releasing Hormone. Current Aging Science, 2013,6,92-98
140. Pierpaoli, W. Cancer and the Endogenous "Pineal Clock": A Means of Early Diagnosis and Successful Treatment as Well as Prevention of Cancer. Current Aging Science, 2013,6,108-114
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