penn medicine
penn surgery
penn surgery home penn surgery clinical penn surgery education penn surgery research penn surgery administration

Clyde F. Barker, M.D.
Transplant and Vascular Surgery

 
  • Profile Home
  • Appointments
  • Education
  • Memberships
  • Research
  • Publications

Administrative Office:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
4 Silverstein Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Administrative Assistant: Donna Muldoon
Administrative Telephone:  215-662-2027
Administrative Fax: 215-614-0245

Clinical Offices:
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
Penn Heart and Vascular Center
East Pavilion, 2nd Floor
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
4 Silverstein Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Contact Information (internal use only)

clyde.barker@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Clyde F. Barker, MD, is a native of Salt Lake City, a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, Cornell University and Cornell University Medical College.  His entire subsequent career has been at the University of Pennsylvania. After internship, residency in surgery and fellowship in vascular surgery, he studied transplantation biology under Rupert Billingham as a Post Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Medical Genetics.  In 1966, his first year on the faculty, he initiated the University's transplant program by performing a kidney transplant, now one of only a small number in the world that still functions 46 years later. From 1966-2001 he was Chief of Transplantation Surgery, from 1982-2001, Chief of Vascular Surgery and from 1983-2001 John Rhea Barton Professor and Chairman of the Department of Surgery.

Dr. Barker's research interests have been primarily in transplantation, especially transplantation of the kidney, pancreas and isolated pancreatic islets.  His research was continuously funded for over twenty-five years by grants from the National Institutes of Health, including an NIH Merit Award from 1987 to 1995.  Dr. Barker has published more than 430 scientific papers and served on 12 editorial boards.

Dr. Barker's scientific memberships include the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the American College of Surgeons, The Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, the Association of American Physicians, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society of which he is now President.  He has been President of the American Society of Transplantation Surgeons, the United Network for Organ Sharing, the Halsted Society, the U.S. Chapter of the International Society of Surgery and the American Surgical Association. He has served as visiting professor at 100 different universities and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Dr. Barker is the recipient of several lifetime achievement awards, including the Roche Pioneer Award of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons, the Sheen Award of the American College of Surgeons, the Medallion for Scientific Achievement of the American Surgical Association, the Jonathan Rhoads Gold Medal of the American Philosophical Society and the Distinguished Graduate Award of the School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been designated the 2009 recipient of the Thomas E. Starzl Prize in Transplantation and Immunology and the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Society of University Surgeons, and in 2010 he was awarded the Medawar Prize of the International Transplant Society.

 
Faculty Appointments
1982 - present Donald Guthrie Professor of Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1989 - 1997 Co-Director, Diabetes Research Center
School of Medicine
 
1983 - 2001 Chairman, Department of Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1983 - 2001 Director, Harrison Department of Surgical Research
 
1983 - 2001 John Rhea Barton Professor of Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1982 - 1983 Associate Director
Harrison Department of Surgical Research
 
1978 - 1982 J. William White Professor of Surgical Research
School of Medicine
 
1973 - present Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine
 
1971 - present Member, Graduate Group in Immunology
 
1969 - 1973 Associate Professor of Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1966 - 1972 Associate in Medical Genetics
School of Medicine
 
1968 - 1969 Assistant Professor of Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1964 - 1968 Associate in Surgery
School of Medicine
 
1963 - 1964 Instructor in Surgery
School of Medicine
 
Hospital Appointments
1986 - 1989 Chairman of Clinical Practices
of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1983 - 2001 Chief of Surgery
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1982 - 2001 Chief of Division of Vascular Surgery
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1973 - 1978 Co-Chief of General Surgical Ward Service
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1971 - 1982 Associate Chief of Surgical Section
in Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1966 - 2001 Chief of Transplantation Division
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1966 - present Consultant Surgeon, Veterans Administration Hospital
 
1966 - present Surgical Staff, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
Education/Training
 
Internship and Residency
Secondary Phillips Exeter Academy, 1947-1950
 
B.A. Cornell University, 1954
 
M.D. Cornell University, 1958 
 
Internship and Residency
1958 - 1959 Intern, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1959 - 1963 Assistant Surgical Resident,
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1963 - 1964 Chief Surgical Resident,
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 
 
Fellowships
1959 - 1964 Fellow, Harrison Department of Surgical Research
 
1961 - 1962 Fellow, American Cancer Society
 
1964 - 1965 Fellow in Vascular Surgery,
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
1965 - 1966 Post Doctoral Fellow in Medical Genetics,
School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania 
 
Memberships/Societies
 
Local
  • Philadelphia Academy of Surgery (Program Chairman, 1984-86; 2nd Vice President, 1987-88; First Vice President and President Elect, 1988-89; President, 1989-90)
  • John Morgan Society
  • Philadelphia County Medical Society
  • Greater Delaware Valley Society of Transplant Surgeons
    (President, 1978-80)
  • Kidney Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (Board of Directors)
  • Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (Medical Advisory Board, Board of Directors)
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia
  • End Stage Renal Disease Network of Eastern Pennsylvania (Vice Pres., 1982-83)
  • Greater Delaware Valley Vascular Society
  • Eastern Vascular Society
  • The Medical Club
  • The Pennsylvania Society
  • The Sunday Morning Breakfast Club
  • The Wistar Association
National
  • Alpha Omega Alpha (Honorary)
  • American Medical Association
  • American Federation for Clinical Research
  • American College of Surgeons (Board of Governors 1993-99; (President Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter 1993-94);Surgical Forum Committee 1983-88 (Vice Chairman 1988); Committee to Study Fiscal Affairs of College 1995-99; Nominating Committee of the Board of Governors, Chairman 1999; Surgical Research and Education Committee 2000
  • Society of University Surgeons
  • American Society of Artificial Internal Organs (Program Committee Chairman)
  • Association for Academic Surgery
  • Society for Vascular Surgery
  • American Diabetes Association
  • American Society of Transplant Surgeons (Membership Committee, Chairman, 1980-81; Advisory Committee on Issues of ASTS, 1986-88; Treasurer, 1988-91; President 1992-1993)
  • American Surgical Association (Membership Committee 1987-91; Recorder 1991-96; President, 1996-97)
  • Society of Clinical Surgery (Membership Committee, Chairman, 1984-85)
  • Halsted Society (Membership Committee, Chairman 1984-1985; Vice-President; 1985-86; President, 1986-87)
  • Surgical Biology Club II
  • National Diabetes Research Interchange (Steering Committee)
  • American Heart Association (Council on Cardiovascular Surgery)
  • Southern Surgical Association
  • Surgical Infection Society (Fellowship Committee)
  • American Association for the History of Medicine
  • Association of American Medical Colleges (Advisory Panel on Research, Member of Group on Faculty Practice)
  • United Network for Organ Sharing (Board of Directors, 1984-89; President 2002-2003)
  • Society of Graduate Surgeons of Los Angeles County/USC (Honorary)
  • Los Angeles Surgical Society (Honorary)
  • Sigma XI
  • Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences
  • Charaka Club
  • Association of American Physicians
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science (Member 1964-; Fellow 1994)
  • Wake Forest/Bowman Gray Surgical Alumni Society (Honorary)
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital, Surgical Society (Honorary)
  • Southeastern Surgical Congress
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • American Philosophical Society (Vice President 2005-2011)
  • The Surgeons’ Travel Club
  • Association of Program Directors in Surgery
  • The American Association for Vascular Surgery
International
  • Transplantation Society (Council 1978 - 84, 1994-1998)
  • International Cardiovascular Society
  • Societe Internationale De Chirurgie (Council American Chapter, 1988 -; Vice President 1995-; President, 1998-2000)
  • International Surgical Group (Treasurer 1988-94; President 1994-95)
  • Pan-Pacific Surgical Association
  • International Federation of Surgical Colleges
  • International Society for Islet and Pancreatic Transplantation
  • Royal College of Surgeons of England, (Honorary)
  • International Xenotransplantation Association
  • Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (Honorary)
 
Research
 
Dr. Barker's current research interests are pursued in collaboration with Dr. Naji. They are in general concerned with transplantation biology and particularly with methods of accomplishing transplantation tolerance through manipulation of the thymus and other aspects of the immune system. A specific focus for a number of years has been the immunopathogenesis of diabetes and the successful transplantation of isolated Islets of Langerhans in animals with experimental diabetes. Models of current interest to us include syndromes of spontaneous hyperglycemia, which occur in rats and mice and are quite similar to human type I diabetes. Also under study are the transplantation of islets in large animals including primates. An important clinical research project being pursued is the isolation of pancreatic islets from cadaveric human donors and their transplantation to type I diabetic patients. Eighteen patients have been treated.  Most have been able to discontinue insulin therapy but because within 2-3 years hyperglycemia has usually recurred, this therapy remains in evolution.
 
Publications
  1. Peskin, G.W., Miller, L.D., Barker, C.F. and Evans, G.W.: Comparative Effects of Portosystemic Shunting on Liver Function: Use of New Technique: Half and Half Shunt. Surgery 54:67-77, 1963.
  2. Barker, C.F., Nance, F.C. and Peskin, G.W.: Regional Hypothermia for Massive Bleeding. Surgery 56:624-627, 1964.
  3. Barker, C.F., Nance, F.C., Nelson, H.M., Peskin, G.W. and Fitts, W.T., Jr.: Local Hypothermia for the Control of Bleeding in the Large Bowel and Measurements of Inferior Mesenteric Blood Flow during Colonic Cooling. Am. J. Surg. 109:84-88, 1965.
  4. Rosato, F.E., Barker, C.F., Roberts, B. and Danielson, G.K.: Subcutaneous Fasciotomy Description of a New Technique and Instrument. Surgery 59:383-386, 1966.
  5. Barker, C.F. and Peskin, G.W.: The Effect of General and Local Intestinal Hypothermia on the Production and Absorption of Ammonia. Surgery 59:1092-1098, 1966.
  6. Barker, C.F., Rosato, F.E. and Roberts, B.: Peripheral Arterial Embolism. Surg. Gyn. and Obstet. 123:22-26, 1966.
  7. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Skin Homografts in Vascularized Skin Pedicles in Guinea Pigs. Surgical Forum XVII:480-482, 1966.
  8. Barker, C.F. and Corriere, J.N., Jr.: Canine Renal Homotransplantation with Venous Drainage via the Portal Vein. Ann. of Surg. 165:279-282, 1967.
  9. Rosato, F.E., Barker, C.F. and Roberts, B.: Aortointestinal Fistula - Three Cases of Successful Management. J. Thoracic and Cardiovasc. Surg. 53:511-514, 1967.
  10. Streilein, J.W. and Barker, C.F.: Transplantation Immunity and Delayed Cutaneous Hypersensitivity Reactions in the Dog. J. Immunology 98:601-608, 1967.
  11. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: The Role of Regional Lymphatics in the Skin Homograft Response. Transplantation 5:962-966, 1967.
  12. Roberts, B. and Barker, C.F.: (1968) Aneurysms of the Aorta. H.F. Conn and R.B. Conn (Eds). In: Current Diagnosis. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 275-277.
  13. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: An Artificial Immunologically Privileged Site. 1968, J. Dausset, J. Hamberger and G. Mathe (Eds). In: Advances in Transplantation. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 25-30, 1968.
  14. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: The Role of Afferent Lymphatics in the Rejection of Skin Homografts. J. Exp. Med. 128:197-221, 1968.
  15. Barker, C.F., Billingham, R.E. and Shaffer, C.: Further Studies of the Hamster Cheek Pouch as a Privileged Site. Transplant. Proc.1: 597-601, 1969.
  16. Billingham, R.E. and Barker, C.F.: Recent Developments in Transplantation Immunology. J. Plast. and Reconstruct. Surg. Part I, 43:559-568, Part II, 44:20-30, 1969.
  17. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Comparison of the Fates of Ag-B Locus Compatible Homografts of Skin and Hearts in Inbred Rats. Nature 225:851-852, 1970.
  18. Cornog, J.L., Wilkinson, J.H., Arvan, D.A., Freed, R.M., Sellers, A.M. and Barker, C.F.: Extra-adrenal Pheochromocytoma: Some Electron Microscopic and Biochemical Studies. Am. J. Med. 48:654-660, 1970.
  19. Baker, A.G., Jr., Roberts, B., Berkowitz, H.D. and Barker, C.F.: Risk of Excision of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. Surgery 68:1129-1134, 1970.
  20. Barker, C.F.: Lymphatics and Homograft Reaction and the Role of Peripheral Sensitization. (Eds.) W. Montagna and R.E. Billingham. In: Advances of Biology of Skin. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, l99-211, l97l.
  21. Barker, C.F. and Roberts, B.: Venous Surgery. (Eds.) O. Horwitz and H.F. Conn. In: Principles of Cardiovascular Disease. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, l605-16l4, l97l.
  22. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Histocompatibility Requirements of Heart and Skin Grafts in Rats. Transplant. Proc.3: 172-175, l97l.
  23. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: The Lymphatic Status of Hamster Cheek Pouch Tissue in Relation to its Properties as a Graft and as a Graft Site. J. Exp. Med. l33: 620-639, l97l.
  24. Barker, C.F., Lubaroff, D.M. and Silvers, W.K.: Lymph Node Cells: Their Differential Capacity to Induce Tolerance to Heart and Skin Homografts. Science 172:1050-1052, l971.
  25. Silberman, H., Reckard, C.R., Klinman, N. and Barker, C.F.: Dependence of Antilymphocyte Serum Effectiveness on Degree of Donor Recipient Histocompatibility. Surgical Forum XXIII: 303-305, 1972.
  26. Perloff, L.J., Reckard, C.R. and Barker, C.F.: Studies of the Venous Homograft. Surgical Forum XXIII: 245-246, 1972.
  27. Ziegler, M.M., Miller, E.E. and Barker, C.F.: Tumor Transplants in Alymphatic Skin Islands. Surgical Forum XXIII: 127-129, 1972.
  28. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Immunologically Competent Passenger Cells in Mouse Skin Grafts. Transplantation 14:525-527, 1972.
  29. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Analysis of Local Anatomic Factors that Influence the Survival Time of Pure Epidermal and Full Thickness Skin Homografts in Guinea Pigs. Ann. of Surg. 176:597-604, 1972.
  30. Perloff, L.J., Reckard, C.R., Rowlands, D.T., Jr. and Barker, C.F.: The Venous Homograft: An Immunological Question. Surgery 72:961-970, 1972.
  31. Silberman, H., Barker, C.F., Henderson, L.W., Gardner, L. and Murphy, J.J.: Functional Ureteral Obstruction and Massive Diuresis Following Renal Homotransplantation. J.of Urol. 108:858-860, 1972.
  32. Silberman, H., Reckard, C.R. and Barker, C.F.: The Influence of Donor-Recipient Histocompatibility on the Efficacy of Antilymphocyte Serum. Review of Surgery 29:448-450, 1972.
  33. Reckard, C.R. and Barker, C.F.: Transplantation of Isolated Pancreatic Islets across Strong and Weak Histocompatibility Barriers. Transplant. Proc. 5:761-763, 1973.
  34. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Extension of Skin Homograft Survival by Prevention of Graft-Host Skin Contact. Transplant. Proc. 5:153-155, 1973.
  35. Reckard, C.R., Silberman, H. and Barker, C.F.: Induction of Tolerance in Rats by Treatment with Antithymocyte Serum and Adult Skin Homografts. J. Surg. Res. 14:207-212, 1973.
  36. Corriere, J.N., Jr., Perloff, L.J., Barker, C.F., Henderson, L.W. and Murphy, J.J.: The Ureteropyelostomy in Human Renal Transplantation. J.of Urol. 110:24-26, 1973.
  37. Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M. and Barker, C.F.: Physiological and Immunological Consequences of Transplanting Pancreatic Islets. Surgery 74:91-99, 1973.
  38. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Skeletal Muscle as a Privileged Site for Orthotopic Skin Allografts. J. Exp. Med. 148:289-299, 1973.
  39. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Immunologically Privileged Sites and Tissues. In: Corneal Graft Failure, Ciba Foundation Symposium 15. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 79-104, 1973.
  40. Nicholas, G.G., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D. and Roberts, B.: The Effect of Reconstructive Surgery Distal to the Popliteal Trifurcation on the Natural History of Arterial Occlusive Disease. Arch. of Surg. 107:652-656, 1973.
  41. Ziegler, M.M., Miller, E.E. and Barker, C.F.: Regional Lymphatics and the Mechanism of Action of Neuraminidase. Surgical Forum XXIV: 290-292, 1973.
  42. Ziegler, M.M., Reckard, C.R. and Barker, C.F.: Long Term Metabolic and Immunological Considerations in Transplantation of Pancreatic Islets. J. Surg Res. 16:575-581, 1974.
  43. Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M., Naji, A., Galbut, D. and Barker, C.F.: Physiological and Immunological Status of Long Functioning Transplanted Pancreatic Islets in the Rat. Surgical Forum XXV:374-376, 1974.
  44. Barker, C.F.: The Human Lymphatic System. In: Encyclopedia Britannica Yearbook of Science and the Future. 128-143, 1975.
  45. Ziegler, M.M., Reckard, C.R., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Extended Function of Isolated Pancreatic Islet Isografts and Allografts. Transplant. Proc. 7:743-745, 1975.
  46. Perloff, L.J., Anderson, R.D. and Barker, C.F.: Endothelial Repopulation of Venous Allografts. J Surg. Res. 18:131-136, 1975.
  47. Ziegler, M.M., Lopez, V. and Barker, C.F.: Carcinogenesis in an Immunologically Privileged Site. J. Surg. Res. 18:201-208, 1975.
  48. Barker, C.F.: Experimental Clinical Transplantation: Pancreas. Transplant. Proc. 7:913-914, 1975.
  49. Silberman, H., Reckard, C.R. and Barker, C.F.: The Effectiveness of Antilymphocyte Serum with Varying Degrees of Histocompatibility. J. Surg. Res. 19: 21-25, l975.
  50. Fraser, D.W., Rudnick, M., Naji, A., Weinstein, A. and Barker, C.F.: Disseminated Mycobacterium Kanasii Infection Presenting as Cellulitis in A Renal Homograft Recipient. Am. Review of Respiratory Dis. 112:125-129, l975.
  51. Perloff, L.J., Reckard, C.R., Rowlands, D.T., Jr. and Barker, C.F.: Effectiveness of Azathioprine in Extending Vein Homograft Survival. In: 11th World Congress of the Cardiovascular Surgery. J. Cardiovasc. Surg. 554-559, 1975.
  52. Barker, C.F.: Transplantation of the Islets of Langerhans and the Histocompatibility of Endocrine Tissue. Summary of the 12th Annual Research Symposium of the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes 24:766-775, 1975.
  53. Naji, A., Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M. and Barker, C.F.: Vulnerability of Pancreatic Islets to Immune Cells and Serum. Surgical Forum XXVI: 459-461, 1975.
  54. Barker, C.F.: Some Immunological Aspects of Islet Transplantation. In: Report of the National Commission on Diabetes to the Congress of the United States. Vol. III, Part III, 295-296, 1975.
  55. DiGiovanni, R.J., Nicholas, G.G., Volpetti, G., Berkowitz, H.D., Barker, C.F. and Roberts, B.: Twenty-one years Experience with Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Surg. Gyn. and Obstet. 141:858-862, 1976.
  56. Perloff, L.J., Chon, H., Petrella, E.J., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: Acute Colitis in the Renal Allograft Recipient. Ann. of Surg. 183:77-83, 1976.
  57. Volpetti, G., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D. and Roberts, B.: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, a Twenty-one Year Review of Elective Resection. Surg. Gyn. Obstet. 142:321-324, 1976.
  58. Perloff, L.J., Reckard, C.R., Rowlands, D.T., Jr. and Barker, C.F.: Immunology of the Venous Allograft. In: Symposium on Venous Surgery of the Lower Extremities. St. Louis: Warren H. Green Co., 395-408, 1976.
  59. Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Effect of Histocompatibility and Transplant Site on Fate of Parathyroid Allografts. J. Surg. Res. 20:261-267, 1976.
  60. Perloff, L.J., Rowlands, D.T., Jr. and Barker, C.F.: Antigenicity of Venous Allografts. Trans. Am. Soc. for Artific. Int. Org. XXII: 234-241, 1976.
  61. Frangipane, L.G., Poole, T.W., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Transplantation of Syngeneic and Xenogeneic Pancreatic Islets in Genetically Diabetic Mice. Surgical Forum XXVII:345-347, 1976.
  62. Lipshulz, L.I., Wein, A.J., Arger, P.H., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J. and Murphy, J.J.: Post Transplantation Lymphocytes: Use of Ultrasound as Adjunct in Diagnosis. J. Urol. 8:624-628, 1976.
  63. Barker, C.F.: Transplantation of Endocrine Tissues: Endocrine and Hormone Producing Tumors. (Syllabus of Post-Graduate Course of American College of Surgeons) 108-113, 1976.
  64. Myers, A.D., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A., Potsic, W.P. and Jafek, B.W.: Kaposi's Sarcoma of the Oropharynx Following Renal Transplantation. Trans. Am. Acad. of Ophth. and Otolaryn. 82:560-562, 1976.
  65. Frangipane, L.G., Poole, T.W., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Vulnerability of Allogeneic and Xenogeneic Pancreatic Islets to Humoral Immunity. Transplant. Proc. 8:371-373, 1977.
  66. Barker, C.F.: Invited Commentary of Pancreatic Transplantation. World J. of Surg. 1:194-195, 1977.
  67. Barker, C.F. and Sutherland, D.E.R.: Current Status of Pancreatic Transplantation. Transplant. Proc. 9:1257-1258, 1977.
  68. DeFronzo, R.A., Goldberg, M., Cooke, C.R., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A. and Agus, Z.S.: Investigations in the Mechanisms of Hyperkalemia Following Renal Transplantation. Kidney International 11:357-565, 1977.
  69. Ziegler, M.M. and Barker, C.F.: Skin Islands: Murine Immunologic Privileged Site. J. Surg. Res. 22:643-645, 1977.
  70. Greenberg, S., Wein, A.J., Perloff, L.J., Murphy, J.J. and Barker, C.F.: Ureteropyelostomy and Ureteroneocystostomy in Renal Transplantation: Postoperative Urological Complications. J.of Urol. 118:17-19, 1977.
  71. Spence, R.K., Perloff, L.J., and Barker, C.F.: Role of the Implant Site in Rat Fetal Pancreas Transplantation. Trans. Am. Soc. for Artific. Int. Org. 23:352-355, 1977.
  72. Perloff, L.J., Rowlands, D.T., Jr. and Barker, C.F.: Studies of the Modified Venous Allograft. Ann. of Surg. 186:227-232, 1977.
  73. Barker, C.F., Frangipane, L.G., and Silvers, W.K.: Islet Transplantation in Genetically Determined Diabetes. Ann. of Surg. 186:401-410, 1977.
  74. Perloff, L.J., Utiger, R.D., Alavi, A. and Barker, C.F.: Effects of Histocompatibility of Transplant Site on Thyroid Allograft Survival. Surgical Forum XXVIII: 312-313, 1977.
  75. Frangipane, L.G., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Importance of Weak Histocompatibility Factors in Survival of Pancreatic Islet Transplant. Surgical Forum XXVIII: 294-296, 1977.
  76. Barker, C.F. and Billingham, R.E.: Immunologically Privileged Sites. (Eds.) H.G. Kunkel and Frank J. Dixon. In: Advances in Immunology. New York: Academic Press, 25:1-54, 1977.
  77. Barker, C.F., Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M. and Naji, A.: Immunological Considerations in Islet Transplantation. (Ed.) J.S. Bajaj. In: Diabetes. Amsterdam-Oxford, Excerpta Medica, 529-534, 1977.
  78. Glazer, J.P., Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Stuart, E.S. and Plotkin, S.A.: Cytomegalovirus Vaccination and Renal Transplantation. Lancet 1:90-91, 1978.
  79. Keane, W.M., Potsic, W.P., Perloff, L.J., Barker, C.F. and Grossman, R.A.: Aspergillus Thyroiditis. Otolaryn. 86:761-765, 1978.
  80. Hill, G.S., Robertson, J., Perloff, L.J., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: An Unusual Variant of Membranous Nephropathy with Abundant Crescent Formation and Recurrence in the Transplanted Kidney. Clin. Nephrol. 10:114-120, 1978.
  81. Ziegler, M.M. and Barker, C.F.: Carcinogenesis in Immunologically Privileged Sites. Fed. Proc. 27:2057-2058, 1978.
  82. Perloff, L.J., Utiger, R.D., Alavi, A. and Barker, C.F.: The Thyroid Graft: Influence of Histocompatibility and Transplant Site on Survival. Ann. of Surg. 188:186-196, 1978.
  83. Naji, A., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D., Chu, J. and Roberts, B.: Femoropopliteal Vein Grafts for Claudication: Analysis of 100 Consecutive Cases. Ann. of Surg. 188:79-82, 1978.
  84. Naji, A., Chu, J., McCombs, P.R., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D. and Roberts, B.: Results of 100 Consecutive Femoropopliteal Vein Grafts for Limb Salvage. Ann. of Surg. 188:162-165, 1978.
  85. Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Differential Susceptibility of Endocrine Tissues to Humoral Immunity. Surgical Forum XXIX: 349-351, 1978.
  86. Perloff, L.J., Spence R.K., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F: Lethal Post Transplantation Calcinosis. Transplantation 27:21-25, 1979.
  87. Naji, A. Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Relative Vulnerability of Isolated Pancreatic Islets, Parathyroid and Skin Allografts to Cellular and Humoral Immunity. Transplant Proc. 11:560-562, 1979.
  88. Spence, R.K., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Fetal Pancreas in Treatment of Experimental Diabetes in Rats. Transplant. Proc. 11:533-536, 1979.
  89. Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Plotkin, S.A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Relapse of Pneumonia Caused by Cytomegalovirus in Two Recipients of Renal Transplants. J. of Inf. Dis. 139:465-473, 1979.
  90. Pahira, J.J., Wein, A.J., Barker, C.F., Banner, M.P., Arger, P.H., Mulhern, C. and Pollack, H.: Bilateral Complete Ureteral Obstruction Secondary to an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm with Perianeurysmal Fibrosis: Diagnosis by Computed Tomography. J.of Urol. 121:103-106, 1979.
  91. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Dafoe, D.C. and Barker, C.F.: Successful Islet Transplantation in Spontaneous Diabetes. Surgery 86:218-226, 1979.
  92. Spence, R.K., Hill, G.S., Goldwein, M.I., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Renal Transplantation for End-Stage Myeloma Kidney: Report of a Patient with Long-Term Survival. Arch. of Surg. 114:950-952, 1979.
  93. Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: The Immediately Vascularized Skin Allograft. Transplantation 28:125-130, 1979.
  94. Glazar, J.P., Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Starr, S.E., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Huang, E.S. and Plotkin, S.A.: A Trial of Live Cytomegalovirus Vaccine in Renal Transplant Candidates. Ann. Int. Med. 91:676-683, 1979.
  95. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Effect of Culture in 95% O2 on the Survival of Parathyroid Allografts. Surgical Forum XXX: 109-111, 1979.
  96. Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Immunological Rejection in Surgical Care. (Eds.) J. DeCosse and R. Condon. In: Surgical Care: A Physiological Approach to Clinical Management. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 212-219, 1980.
  97. Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Silvers, W.K.: Immunological Problems in Islet Transplantation. Diabetes 29:86-92, 1980.
  98. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A., Plotkin, S.A. and Barker, C.F.: Susceptibility to Diabetogenic Virus: Host vs. Pancreatic Factors. J. Surg. Res. 28:338-347, 1980.
  99. Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Studies of the Immediately Vascularized Skin Allograft. British J. of Surg. 67:289-293, 1980.
  100. Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., McKearn, T.J. and Barker, C.F.: Vascularized Pancreas vs. Isolated Islet Allograft - An Immunological Comparison. Surgery 88:222-230, 1980.
  101. Golshan, N., Barker, C.F. and MacGregor, R.R.: Granulocyte Function in Recipients of Renal Transplants from Live Related Donors and from Cadavers. J.of Inf. Dis. 142:876-883, 1980.
  102. Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Starvetsky, A. and Plotkin, S.A.: Kidney Rejection and Cytomegalovirus Infection: Implications for Preventive Therapy. (Eds.) J. Nelson and C. Grassi.In: Current Chemotherapy and Infectious Disease. Proc. 11th ICC and 19th ICAAC ASM: Washington, 1980.
  103. Barker, C.F.: Human Trials: Cell and Organ Transplantation/Other Therapeutic Approaches. (Ed.) R.J. Desnick. In: Enzyme Therapy in Genetic Diseases: New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc. 509-515, 1980.
  104. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A., Kirby, W. and Barker, C.F.: The Role of Immunity in Induction of and Recovery from Viral Murine Diabetes. Surgical Forum XXXI: 51-53, 1980.
  105. Fairman, R.M., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Inadvertent Transplantation of a Melanoma. Transplantation 30:328-330, 1980.
  106. Barker, C.F.: What's New In Transplantation. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 66:58-61, 1981.
  107. Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., McKearn, T.J. and Barker, C.F.: Enhancement of Whole Pancreas and Islet Allografts. Transplant. Proc. XIII: 1423-1427, 1981.
  108. Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Alymphatic Pedicles. Lymphology 14:81-85, 1981.
  109. Naji, A., Frangipane, L.G., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: The Survival of H-Y Incompatible Endocrine Grafts in Mice and Rats. Transplantation 31:145-147, 1981.
  110. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Islet Transplantation in Spontaneously Diabetic Rats. Transplant. Proc. XIII: 826-828, 1981.
  111. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Susceptibility to Murine Viral Diabetes: Host. Vs. Intrinsic Pancreatic Factors. Transplant. Proc. XIII: 829-831, 1981.
  112. Barker, C.F.: The Role of Immunology and Pancreatic Transplantation in Diabetes. Annual Oration of the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery. Transactions of the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery 33:27-33, 1981.
  113. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Bellgrau, D., Anderson, A.O., Plotkin, S.A. and Barker, C.F.: Prevention of Diabetes by Bone Marrow Transplantation. Ann. of Surg. 194:328-338, 1981.
  114. Gadzik, J., Blank, K., Naji, A., Moore, C.L. and Barker, C.F.: Protection from Virally Induced Diabetes in Mice by an Interferon Inducer. Surgical Forum XXXII: 387-389, 1981.
  115. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A., Korngold, R., Plotkin, S.A., Moore, C.L. and Barker, C.F.: Murine Viral Diabetes: Alteration of Susceptibility by Bone Marrow Transplantation. Surgical Forum XXXII: 385-387, 1981.
  116. Perloff, L.J., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Islet Sensitivity to Humoral Antibody. Surgical Forum XXXII: 390-391, 1981.
  117. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: The Influence of Organ Culture on the Survival of MHC Compatible and Incompatible Parathyroid Allografts in Rats. Transplantation 32:286-298, 1981.
  118. Spence, R.K., Freiman, D.B., Gatenby, R., Hobbs, C.L., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D., Roberts, B., McLean, G., Oleaga, J. and Ring, E.J.: Long Term Results of Transluminal Angioplasty of the Iliac and Femoral Arteries. Arch. of Surg. 116:1377-1386, 1981.
  119. Fukuda, Y., Zmijewski, C.M. and Barker, C.F.: Correlation between Preformed Antibody and Survival of Cadaveric Renal Transplantation. Japanese J. of Clin. Transplant. Immunol. 4:25-31, 1981.
  120. Gadzik, J.P., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Blank, K.J.: Inhibition of Virus-Induced Murine Diabetes by an Interferon Inducer. J.of Interferon Res. 2:59-63, 1981.
  121. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Bellgrau, D. and Barker, C.F.: Spontaneous Diabetes in Rats: Destruction of Islets is prevented by Immunological Tolerance. Science 213:1390-1392, 1982.
  122. Zajko, A.B., McLean, G.K., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Freiman, D.B., Ring, E.J., Alavi, A. and Perloff, L.J.: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty and Fibrinolytic Therapy for Renal Allograft Arterial Stenosis and Thrombosis. Transplantation 33:447-449, 1982.
  123. Naji, A., Bellgrau, D., Anderson, A.O., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Transplantation of Islets and Bone Marrow Cells to Animals with Immune Insulitis. Diabetes 31:84-89, 1982.
  124. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J., Dafoe, D.C. and Bartlett, S.T.: Society of University Surgeons Invited Commentary: An Overview of Pancreas Transplantation -Biological Aspects. Surgery 92:133-137, 1982.
  125. Silvers, W.K., Fleming, H.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: The Influence of Removing Passenger Cells on the Fate of Skin and Parathyroid Allografts: Evidence for Major Histocompatibility Complex Restriction in Transplantation Immunity. Diabetes 31:60-62, 1982.
  126. Silvers, W.K., Fleming H.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Evidence for Major Histocompatibility Complex Restriction in Transplantation Immunity. Proc. Nat'l. Acad. of Science 79:171-174, 1982.
  127. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J., Dafoe, D.C. and Bartlett, S.T.: Animal Models of Diabetes and Immunological Problems with Islet Allografts. Trans. Am. Soc. Artific. for Int. Org. 28:691-699, 1982.
  128. Barker, C.F.: Pancreatic Islet Cell Transplantation. (Ed.) S.N. Chatterjee. In: Organ Transplantation. Littleton: John Wright, PSG, Inc. 413-445, 1982.
  129. Bellgrau, D., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Spontaneous Diabetes in BB Rats: Evidence of T Cell Dependent Immune Response Defect. Diabetologia 23:359-364, 1982.
  130. Dafoe, D.C., Moore, C.L., Naji, A., Plotkin, S.A. and Barker, C.F.: Bone Marrow Transplants Alter Susceptibility to EMC Induced Diabetes. Surgical Forum XXXIII:224-226, 1982.
  131. Naji, A., Markmann, J.F., Blank, K., Gadzik, J.P. and Barker, C.F.: Protection from Multiple Low Dose Streptozotocin Induced Diabetes by an Interferon Inducer. Surgical Forum XXXIII: 221-224, 1982.
  132. Grossman, R.A., Dafoe, D.C., Shoenfeld, R.B., Ring, E.J., McLean, G.K., Oleaga, J.A., Freiman, D.B., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty Treatment of Renal Transplant Artery Stenosis. Transplantation 34:339-343, 1982.
  133. Hargrove, W.C., III, Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D., Perloff, L.J., McLean, G.K., Freiman, D., Ring, E.J. and Roberts, B.: Treatment of Acute Peripheral Arterial and Graft Thromboses with Low Dose Streptokinase. Surgery 92:981-993, 1982.
  134. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Dafoe, D.C., Perloff, L.J. and Silvers, W.K.: Immunogenicity of Isolated Islets of Langerhans and Vascularized Pancreas Allografts. Hormone and Metabolic Research 23:23-27, 1982.
  135. Spence, R.K., Dafoe, D.C., Grossman, R.A., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Mycobacterial Infections in Renal Allograft Recipients. Arch. of Surg. 118:356-359, 1983.
  136. Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Further Studies of Lymph Node Cell Tolerance in Rats. Transplant. Proc. 15:841-844, 1983.
  137. Dafoe, D.C., Moore, C.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Pancreas Transplants in a Murine Model of Maturity Onset Diabetes. Transplant. Proc. 15:1359-1361, 1983.
  138. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Kimura, J., Bellgrau, D., Anderson, A.O. and Barker, C.F.: Correction of the Peripheral T-Cell Functional and Microenvironmental Defects in BB rats by Bone Marrow Transplantation. Transplant. Proc. 15:1424-1426, 1983.
  139. Jarvinen, H., Shofer, F.S., Burke, J.F., Jarrell, B.J., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Lyons, P., Simonian, S.J. and London, W.T.: Antibody to Hepatitis B Surface Antigen and Kidney Graft Survival. Transplant. Proc. 15:1094-1098, 1983.
  140. Bartlett, S.T., Jennings, A.S., Yu, C., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Influence of Culturing on the Survival of Major Histocompatibility Complex Compatible and Incompatible Thyroid Grafts in Rats. J. Exp. Med. 157:348-352, 1983.
  141. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Kimura, H., Bellgrau, D., Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Analytical and Functional Studies on the T Cells of Untreated and Immunologically Tolerant Diabetes Prone BB Rats. J. Immunology 130:2168-2172, 1983.
  142. Boden, G., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., June, V. and Matschinsky, F.M.: Effect of Spontaneous Diabetes on Hormone Release in BB/Wistar Rats. Comparison between the Isolated Perfused Pancreas/Stomach/Duodenum/Spleen and the Isolated Perfused Pancreas. Endocrinology 112:1777-1781, 1983.
  143. Thorner, R.E., Barker, C.F. and MacGregor, R.R.: Improvement of Granulocyte Adherence and In Vivo Granulocyte Delivery by Ascorbic Acid in Renal Transplant Patients. Transplantation 35:432-436, 1983.
  144. Naji, A., Kimura, H., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Numerical and Functional Abnormality of T Suppressor Cells in Diabetic Rats. Surgery 94:235-241, 1983.
  145. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Autoimmunity and Type I (Insulin-Dependent) Diabetes Mellitus. Transplantation 36:355-361, 1983.
  146. Plotkin, S.A., Friedman, H.M., Starr, S.E., Smiley, M.L., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: Prevention of Cytomegalovirus Disease. (Ed.) Francis A. Ennis. In: Human Immunity to Viruses. New York, Academic Press, Inc., 257-276, 1983.
  147. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., and Barker, C.F.: Bone Marrow Transplantation in Adult Diabetes Prone Rats. Surgical Forum XXXIV:374-376, 1983.
  148. Bartlett, S.T., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., and Barker, C.F.: MHC Restriction in Endocrine Allograft Immunity. Surgical Forum XXXIV:406-408, 1983.
  149. Bartlett, S.T., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Influence of Culturing on the Functioning of Major Histocompatibility Complex Compatible and Incompatible Islet Grafts in Diabetic Mice. Transplantation 36:687-690, 1983.
  150. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Kimura H., Anderson, A.O. and Barker, C.F.: Influence of Islet and Bone Marrow Transplantation on the Diabetes and Immunodeficiency of BB Rats. Metabolism 32:62-68, 1983.
  151. Berkowitz, H.D., Spence, R.K., Freiman, D.B., Barker, C.F., Roberts, B., McLean, G. and Ring, E.J.: Long Term Results of Transluminal Angioplasty of the Femoral Arteries. (Eds.) C.T. Dotter, A. Gruntzig, W. Schoop, E. Zeitler. In: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty. New York: Springer-Verlag, 207-214, 1983.
  152. Schwarz, W., McLean, G.K., Ring, E.J. and Barker, C.F.: The Non-Visualized Non-Occluded Graft. Am. J. Roent. 140:879-892, 1983.
  153. Perloff, L.J., Tomaszewski, J. and Barker, C.F.: Transplantation Biology: Mechanisms of Rejection and Recent Advances in Immunosuppression. Hosp. Phy. 19:42-45, 1983.
  154. Plotkin, S.A., Smiley, M.L., Friedman, H.M., Starr, S.E., Fleisher, G.R., Wlodaver, C., Dafoe, D.C., Friedman, A.D., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: Prevention of Cytomegalovirus Disease by Towne Strain Live Attenuated Vaccine. In: CMV: Pathogenesis and Prevention of Human Infection. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc. 271-287, 1984.
  155. Starr, S.E., Smiley, L., Wlodaver, C., Friedman, H.M., Plotkin, S.A. and Barker, C.F.: Natural Killing of Cytomegalovirus Infected Targets in Renal Transplant Recipients. Transplantation 37:161-164, 1984.
  156. Plotkin, S.A., Friedman, H.M., Fleisher, G.R., Dafoe, D.C., Grossman, R.A., Smiley, M.L., Starr, S.E., Wlodaver, C., Friedman, A.D. and Barker, C.F.: Towne-Vaccine-Induced Prevention of Cytomegalovirus Disease after Renal Transplants. Lancet 1:528-530, 1984.
  157. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Bartlett, S.T., Francfort, J.W. and Barker, C.F.: Immunologic Factors in Pathogenesis and Treatment of Human and Animal Diabetes. World J. Surg. 8:214-220, 1984.
  158. Silvers, W.K., Bartlett, S.T., Chen, H.D., Fleming, H.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Major Histocompatibility Complex Restriction and Transplantation Immunity: A Possible Solution to the Allograft Problem. Transplantation 37:28-32, 1984.
  159. Dafoe, D.C., Moore, C.L., Plotkin, S.A., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: The Importance of Immunologic Factors in the Pathogenesis of Encephalomyocarditis Virus Induced Diabetes in Mice. In: Virus and Autoimmunity in Diabetes Mellitus. Behring Institute Metteilungen Research Communications. 17-25, 1984.
  160. Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Animal Models of Human Type I Diabetes. (Ed.) S. Gupta. In: Immunology of Clinical and Experimental Diabetes. New York: Plenum Press 91-112, 1984.
  161. Spence R.K., Alavi, A., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J., Slaven, B., Steinberg, M.E. and Lane, J.: Osteonecrosis in the Renal Transplant Recipient: A Prospective Study. In: Bone Circulation. (Eds.) J. Arlet, R.P. Ficat and D.S. Hungerford. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins 246-249, 1984.
  162. Bartlett, S.T., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Evidence that MHC Restriction is Involved in the Survival of Cultured Endocrine Allografts in Mice. Transplant. Proc. 16:851-853, 1984.
  163. Fairman, J.A., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: The Influence of Renal Transplantation on Reproduction. In: Current Therapy of Infertility. (Eds.) C. Garcia, L. Mastroianni, R.Amelar and L. Dubin. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co. 287-289, 1984.
  164. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Kimura, J., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Identification of Ia Antigenic Determinants on the Surface of T Lymphocytes from Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rats. Surgical Forum: XXXV:144-146, 1984.
  165. Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Variable Response to Donor Specific Blood Transfusion (DSBT) in the Rat. Transplantation 38:178-182, l984.
  166. Greenberg, B. M., Perloff, L.J., Grossman, R.A., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Management of Lymphocele in Renal Allograft Recipients. Arch. of Surg. 120:501-504, 1985.
  167. Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Cell Mediated Immunity in Type I (Insulin Dependent) Diabetes of Man and the BB Rat. (Eds.) J.M. Cruse and R.E. Lewis. In: Concepts in Immunopathology. Basel: S. Karger, 2:32-46, 1985.
  168. Francfort, J.W., Barker, C.F., Kimura, H., Silvers, W.K., Frohman, M. and Naji, A.: Increased Incidence of Ia Antigen Bearing T Lymphocytes in the Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rat. J. of Immunol. 134:1577-1592, 1985.
  169. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Conner, T. and Barker, C.F.: Thymus Transplantation in the Immune Deficient BB Rat. Transplant. Proc. 17:397-399, 1985.
  170. Bartlett, S.T., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Influence of Culturing on the Survival of Rat Islet Allografts and their Ability to Induce Unresponsiveness. Transplant. Proc. 17:393-396, 1985.
  171. Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F., Majoor, G.D. and Naji A.: Influence of Donor-Specific Erythrocyte Transfusion on the Survival of Rat Islet Allografts. Transplant. Proc. 17:1101-1103, 1985.
  172. Barker, C.F.: Costs and Benefits of Cyclosporine (Csa) Therapy in Renal Transplantation. Am. J. of Kidney Disease. 5:1985.
  173. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Markmann, D.P., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: "Activated" T Lymphocyte Levels in the Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rat Syndrome. Surgery 98:251-257, 1985.
  174. Brayman, K.L., Kimura, H., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Immunological Aspects of Neonatal Tolerance Induction: The Popliteal Lymph Node Assay System. Surgical Forum XXXVI: 321-323, 1985.
  175. Smiley, L.M., Wlodaver, C.G., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Tustin, N.B., Starr, S.E., Plotkin, S.A. and Friedman, H.M.: The Role of Pre-transplant Immunity in Protection from Cytomegalovirus Disease Following Renal Transplantation. Transplantation 40:157-161, 1985.
  176. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Tomaszewski, J., Woehrle, M. and Barker, C.F.: Immunologic Studies of the Pre-Diabetic Stage in the Spontaneous Autoimmune Diabetes Mellitus of the BB Rat. Transplantation 40:698-701, 1985.
  177. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K., Conner, T. and Barker, C.F.: The Influence of T Lymphocyte Precursor Cells and Thymus Grafts on the Cellular Immunodeficiencies of the BB Rat. Diabetes 34:1134-1138, 1985.
  178. Roberts, B., Montgomery, H., Granson, M. and Barker, C.F.: Venous Surgery and Varicose Veins. (Eds.) O. Horwitz, P.R. McCombs, B. Roberts. In: Diseases of Blood Vessels. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 295-314, 1985.
  179. Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Perloff, L.J.: Renal Transplantation. (Ed.) David C. Sabiston, Jr., M.D. In: Textbook of Surgery. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, 407-427, 1986.
  180. Woehrle, M., Markmann, J., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Transplantation of Cultured Islets to BB Rats. Surgery 100:334-341, 1986.
  181. Brayman, K.L., Naji, A., Armstrong, J., Barker, C.F. and Hickey, W.F.: Cyclosporin and Thymic Reticuloepithelial Cell Major Histocompatibility Complex Class I and II Gene Product Expression. Transplant. Proc. 18:840-843, 1986.
  182. Shofer, F.S., London, W.T., Lyons, P., Simonian, S.J., Burke, J.F., Jarrell, B.E., Grossman, R.E. and Barker, C.F.: Adverse Effect of Splenectomy on the Survival of Patients with More than One Kidney Transplant. Transplantation 42:473-478, 1986.
  183. Brayman, K.L., Armstrong, J., Silvers, W.K., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Intermittent Cyclosporine Administration and Prevention of Diabetes in the BB Rat. Transplant. Proc. 18:1545-547, 1986.
  184. Woehrle, M., Markmann, J., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Effect of Temperature of Pre-transplant Culture on Islet Allografts in BB Rats. Transplant. Proc. 18:1845-1847, 1986.
  185. Brayman, K.L., Strizki, J., Silvers, W.K., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Neonatal Bone Marrow Transplantation and Prevention of Diabetes in BB Rats. Surgical Forum XXXVII:336-338, 1986.
  186. Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Pancreatic and Islet Cell Transplantation. (Eds.) H. Reber, J. Howard and G. Jordon. In: Surgical Diseases of the Pancreas. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, pp. 912-922, 1987.
  187. Greenstein, S.M., Verstandig, J., McLean, G.K., Dafoe, D.C., Burke, D.R., Meranze, S.G., Naji, A., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty (PTA): Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty: The Procedure of Choice in the Hypertensive Renal Allograft Recipient with Renal Artery Stenosis (RTAS). Transplantation. 43:29-32, 1987.
  188. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Bone Marrow Transplantation and the Prevention of Diabetes in BB Rats. In: The Immunology of Diabetes Mellitus. M.A. Jaworski, G.D. Molnar, R.V. Rajotte, B. Singh (eds.), Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publisher, 1987, 159-166.
  189. Brayman, K.L., Hickey, W.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Thymic MHC Antigen Expression and Suppressor Cell Sparing by Cyclosporine. Transplant. Proc. XIX:1181-1183, 1987.
  190. Barker, C.F., Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Woehrle, M. and Naji, A.: Islet Transplantation Strategies for Avoiding Immune Destruction (Eds.) M.A. Jaworski, G.D. Molnar, R.V. Rajotte, B. Singh. In: Immunology of Diabetes Mellitus, Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 387-392, 1987.
  191. Greenstein, S.M., Verstandig, J., McLean, G.K., Dafoe, D.C., Burke, D.R., Meranze, S.G., Naji, A., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty (PTA): The Procedure of Choice in the Hypertensive Renal Allograft Recipient with Renal Artery Stenosis (RTAS). Transplant. Proc. XIX: 2194-2196, 1987.
  192. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: Elevated Levels of a Lymphocyte Subset Accurately Predict the Diabetic State in the BB Rat. Pancreas 2:141-145, 1987.
  193. Markmann, J.F., Hickey, W.F., Kimura, H., Woehrle, M., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Gamma Interferon Induces Novel Expression of Ia Antigens by Rat Pancreatic Islet Endocrine Cells. Pancreas 2:258-261, 1987.
  194. Mitchell, D.G., Roza, A.M., Spritzer, C.E., Pollack, H., Arger, P.H., Alavi, A., Jorkasky, D. and Barker, C.F. et al.: Acute Renal Allograft Rejection: Difficulty in Diagnosis of Histologically Mild Cases. J.of Computer Assisted Tomography 11(4):655-663, 1987.
  195. Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Markmann, J.M.: Transplantation of Pancreatic Islets. (Ed.) G. James Cerilli. In: Organ Transplantation and Replacement. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 575-591, 1987.
  196. Roza, A.M., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Jorkasky, D., Grossman, R.A., Tomaszewski, J.E. and Barker, C.F.: Acute Appendicitis in the Renal Allograft Recipient. Transplantation 44:715-716, 1987.
  197. Roza, A., Markmann, J.F., Brayman, K., Fox, I., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J., Hickey, W.F. and Barker, C.F.: Isolated Islet Cells are more Vulnerable to Recurrent Diabetes than Vascularized Pancreas Grafts. Surgical Forum. XXXVIII: 373-375, 1987.
  198. Naji, A., Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Immunobiology of the Allograft Response. In: Diabetes/Metabolism Reviews. (Ed.) Ralph A. DeFronzo, New York, John Wiley and Sons, pp. 1037-1059, 1987.
  199. Brayman, K.L., Armstrong, J., Shaw, L., Rosano, T., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Diabetes in BB Rats with Intermittent Cyclosporine. Surgery 102:235,1987.
  200. Berkowitz, H.D., Granson, M., Perloff, L.J., Barker, C.F. and McLean, G.: Management of Postoperative Vein Graft and Arterial Stenoses by Balloon Angioplasty. Proc.V. Intl. Nijmegen Vasc. Symposium. 117-128, 1987.
  201. Gifford, R.R.M., Bannett, A.D., Greenstein, S.M., Simonian, S., Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J., Carabasi, R.A., Jarrell, B.A. and Ziegler, M.J.: Blood Transfusions Affect the Incidence of Rejection but Not Graft Survival in HLA-Identical Renal Transplants. Transplant. Proc. XX:292-294, 1988.
  202. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Roza, A., Barker, C.F., Shaw, L. and Naji, A.: The Effect of Carrier Vehicle on Cyclosporine Induced Unresponsiveness to Rat Cardiac Allografts. Transplant. Proc. XX:197-199, 1988.
  203. Brayman, K.L., Nakamura, J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., Choti, M.A. and Shaw, L.M.: The Effect of Phenobarbital and Methylprednisolone on the Biotransformation of Cyclosporine in the Rat. Transplant. Proc. XX:553-556, 1988.
  204. Markmann, J.F., Brayman, K.L., Choti, M.A., Jacobson, J.D., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Pancreatic Transplantation in the Spontaneously Diabetic Rodent. In: Transplantation Reviews, Vol II, P.J. Morris, and N.L. Tilney (eds.) Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, pp. 87-105, 1988.
  205. Jacobson, J.D., Markmann, J.F., Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Recurrent Autoimmune Diabetes in BB Rats by Anti-Asialo-GM1 Antibody. Diabetes. 37:838-841, 1988.
  206. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Immunoprediction of Diabetes and Evaluation of Pancreatic Islet Transplantation during the Pre-Diabetic Period. Surgery 104:445-452, 1988.
  207. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Characterization of Immunoregulatory Lymphocytes in Autoimmune Diabetes. Surgical Forum XXXIX:394-396, 1988.
  208. Brayman, K.L., Dafoe, D.C., Smythe, W.R., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Fox, I.J., Grossman, R.A., Jorkasky, D.K., Starr, S.E., Friedman, H.M. and Plotkin, S.A.: Prophylaxis of Serious Cytomegalovirus Infection in Renal Transplant Candidates Using Live Human Cytomegalovirus Vaccine - Interim Results of a Randomized Control Trial. Arch. of Surg. 123:1502-1508, 1988.
  209. Markmann, J.F., Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Lessons from Islet Transplantation in BB Rats. In: Frontiers in Diabetes Research: Lessons from Animal Diabetes II, E. Shafrir and A.E. Renold, (Eds.), London, John Libbey & Co. Ltd., pp. 233-238, 1988.
  210. Markmann, J.F., Naji, A., Woehrle, M. and Barker, C.F.: Recurrent Autoimmunity Following Pancreatic Islet Transplantation in Spontaneous Diabetes. In: Transplantation of the Endocrine Pancreas in Diabetes Mellitus. R. Van Schilfgaarde and M.A. Hardy (Eds.) Elsevier Press, pp. 67-75, 1988.
  211. Barker, C.F. and Daly, J.M. (eds.): Jonathan E. Rhoads Eightieth Birthday Symposium. Philadelphia: 1989, J.B. Lippincott Co.
  212. Markmann, J.F., Jacobson, J.D., Brayman, K.L., Kimura, H., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Recurrent Diabetes in BB Rats after Islet Transplantation by Monoclonal Antibody. Diabetes 38:165-167, 1989.
  213. Roza, A.M., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: Living-Related Donors (LRD) with Bilateral Multiple Renal Arteries: A Twenty Year Experience. Transplantation 47:397-399, 1989.
  214. Markmann, J.F., Bassiri, H. and Barker, C.F.: The Effect of MHC Antigen Modulation on Islet Allograft Immunogenicity. Transplant. Proc. 21:2723-2724, 1989.
  215. Markmann, J.F., Jacobson, J., Kimura, H., Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Autoimmune Damage to Islet Grafts in BB Rats by Antibody Therapy. Transplant. Proc. 21:2703-2704, 1989.
  216. Brayman, K.L., Deaton, D. and Barker, C.F.: Thymic Allografts Fail to Improve Lymphopenia or Prevent Autoimmune Diabetes in the BB Rat. Transplant. Proc. 21:218-219, 1989.
  217. Siegel, D.L., Fox, I., Dafoe, D.C., Power, M., Asplund, M., Zellers, L., Barker, C.F. and Prystowsky, M.B.: Discriminating Rejection from CMV Infection in Renal Allograft Recipients Using Flow Cytometry. Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology. 51:157-171, 1989.
  218. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Studies of Prediabetes in the Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rat. In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Pre-diabetes. R. Camerini, H.S. Cole (Eds.) New York, Plenum Press, pp. 87-92, 1989.
  219. Markmann, J.F., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Immunomodulation of Pre-Diabetes in BB Rats for Prevention of the Disease. In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Pre-diabetes. R. Camerini, H. S. Cole (Eds). New York, Plenum Press, pp. 364-375, 1989.
  220. Markmann, J.F., Jacobson, J.D., Hiromitsu, K., Choti, M.A., Hickey, W.F., Fox, I.J., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Modulation of the Major Histocompatibility Complex Antigen and the Immunogenicity of Islet Allografts. Transplantation 48:478-486, 1989.
  221. Dafoe, D.C. and Barker, C.F.: Renal Transplantation - Clinical Considerations. (ed.) Pollack, H.M. In: Clinical Urography: An Atlas and Textbook of Urological Imaging, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., pp. 2643-2647, 1989.
  222. Dafoe, D.C., Smythe, W.R., Berezniak, R., Tafra, L., Shaw, L.M., Tomaszewski, J.E. and Barker, C.F.: An Innovative Site for Fetal Pancreas Transplantation in Rats - The Subserosa of a U Loop of Small Intestine. Transplantation 48:863-865, 1989.
  223. Berkowitz, H.D., Greenstein, S., Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Late Failure of Reversed Vein Bypass Grafts. Ann. of Surg. 210:782-786, 1989.
  224. Deaton, D.H., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Effect of Selective Depletion of Donor CD8+ Lymphocytes on Graft-Versus Host Disease (GVHD) in Small Bowel Transplantation. Transplant. Proc. XXII: 2467-2468, 1990.
  225. Markmann, J.F., Tomaszewski, J.E., Posselt, A.M., Levy, M.M., Woehrle, M., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: The Effect of Islet Cell Culture in vitro at 24o on Graft Survival and MHC Antigen Expression. Transplantation 49:272-277, 1990.
  226. Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M., Levy, M., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Immunological Consequences of Islet MHC Antigen Modulation in Autoimmune Diabetes. Transplant. Proc. 22:849-850, 1990.
  227. Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F., Lo, D., Brinster, R., Tomaszewski, J.E. and Naji, A.: Islet Endocrine Cell MHC antigen Expression in Graft Rejection. Transplant. Proc. 22:847-848, 1990.
  228. Brayman, K.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Studies of Host Immunomodulation and Prevention of Pancreatic Beta Cell Destruction. Transplant. Proc. 22:851-852, 1990.
  229. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Pancreatic and Islet Autotransplantation. In: Hepato-gastroenterology. N.J. Lygidakis, E. Moreno Gonzales (Eds.) George Thieme Verlag Stuttgart, New York, 1990, 307-315.
  230. Deaton, D.H., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: L-Leucyl L-Leucine Methyl Ester Prevents GVH in Rats. Surgical Forum XLI:358-359, 1990.
  231. Alfrey, E.J., Dafoe, D.C., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Use of the Vascular Stapling Device in Procurement of the Pancreatic Allograft. Surg. Gyn. & Obstet. 171:77-78, 1990.
  232. Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F., Lo, D., Brinster, R., Heber-Katz, E. and Naji, A.: Immunologic Consequences of Class II+ Pancreatic Islet Allografts on Recipient Responsiveness. Transplant. Proc. 22:2052-2053, 1990.
  233. Posselt, A., Barker, C.F., Tomaszewski, J.E., Markmann, J.F., Choti, M.A. and Naji, A.: Induction of Donor Specific Unresponsiveness by Intrathymic Islet Transplantation. Science 249:1293-1295, 1990.
  234. Markmann, J.F., Woehrle, M., Roza, A. and Barker, C.F.: Methods in Islet Transplantation. Islet Transplantation to Study Autoimmune Pathogenesis of Diabetes in BB Rats. In: Hormone and Metabolic Research. Thieme-Stratton Stuggart, New York, 1990, pp. 116-119.
  235. Markmann, J.F., Shachner, M.S., Bassiri, H., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: The Contribution of MHC Antigen Modulation to Islet Allograft Rejection. In: Hormone and Metabolic Research. Thieme-Stratton Stuggart, New York, 1990, pp. 104-108.
  236. Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F., Dafoe, D.C., Perloff, L.J. and Naji, A.: Pancreatic Transplantation, R. G. Bretzel (Ed.) In: Diabetes Mellitus, Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 1990, pp. 197-208.
  237. Deaton, D.H., Posselt, A., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Selective T-cell Depletion of Recipients in Allogeneic Small Bowel Transplantation (SSSBT) in the Rat. Transplant. Proc. 23:283-284, 1991.
  238. Bromberg, J.S., Chavin, K.D., Altevogt, P., Kyewski, B.A., Guckel, B., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Anti-CD2 Monoclonal Antibodies Alter Cell-Mediated Immunity in vivo. Transplantation 51:219-225, 1991.
  239. Bromberg, J.S., Alfrey E.A., Barker, C.F., Chavin, K.D., Dafoe, D.C., Holland, T., Naji, A., Perloff, L.J., Zeller, L.A. and Grossman, R.A.: Adrenal Suppression and Steroid Supplementation in Renal Transplant Recipients. Transplantation 51:385-390, 1991.
  240. Lau, H.T., Bromberg, J., Chavin, K., Naji, A., O'Neill, J.A., Barker, C.F., Altevogt, P., Kyewski, B. and Guckel, B.: Prolongation of Rat to Mouse Islet Xenografts with Ultraviolet Irradiation and Antibodies to Murine CD2 or CD4. Surgical Forum XLI:378-379, 1991.
  241. Shachner, M.S., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: The in vitro Immunogenicity of Antigen-Presenting Cell-Free Endocrine Cells: The Role of Antigen Presenting Cells. Transplant. Proc. 23:89-90, 1991.
  242. Chavin, K.D., Bromberg, J.S., Kunkel, S.L., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Effects of a Polyclonal Anti-TNF Antibody on Cell Mediated Immunity in vivo .Transplant. Proc. 23:847-848, 1991.
  243. Bromberg, J.S., Chavin, K.D., Lau, H.T., Altevogt, P., Kyewski, B.A., Guckel, B., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Murine CD2 Mediates Cellular Immune Responses in vivo. Transplant. Proc. 23:856-858, 1991.
  244. Dafoe, D.C., Bromberg, J.S., Grossman, R.A., Tomaszewski, J.E., Zmijewski, C.M., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Asplund, M.W., Fox, I.J., Sack, M., Zellers, L., Kearns, J. and Barker, C.F.: Renal Transplantation Despite a Positive Anti-Human Globulin Crossmatch With and Without Prophylactic OKT31. Transplantation 51:762-768, 1991.
  245. Plotkin, S.A., Starr, S.E., Friedman, H.M., Brayman, K.L., Harris, S., Jackson, S., Tustin, N.B., Grossman, R.A., Dafoe, D.C. and Barker, C.F.: Effect of Towne Live Virus Vaccine on Cytomegalovirus Disease after Renal Transplant. Ann. of Int. Med. 114:525-531, 1991.
  246. Compher, C., Mullen, J.L. and Barker, C.F.: Nutritional Support in Renal Failure. In: The Surgical Clinics of North America. S.J. Dudrick (Ed.), W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, Vol. 71, 1991, pp. 597-608.
  247. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Dafoe, D.C. and Perloff, L.J.: Renal Transplantation. In: Textbook of Surgery. D.C. Sabiston (Ed.), W.B. Saunders Co. Philadelphia, 1991, pp 374-393.
  248. Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M. and Naji, A.: Studies of Privileged Sites and Islet Transplantation. Transplant. Proc. XXIII:2138-2142, 1991.
  249. Posselt, A.M., Naji, A., Roark, J.H., Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Intrathymic Islet Transplantation in the Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rat. Annals of Surgery. 214:363-373, 1991.
  250. Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M., Bassiri, H., Brayman, K.L., Woehrle, M., Hickey, W.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: MHC Restricted and Non-restricted Autoimmune Effector Mechanisms in BB Rats. Transplantation 52:662-667, 1991.
  251. Markmann, J.F., Shachner, M.S., Naji A. and Barker, C.F.: Natural Killer (NK) Cells Damage Islet Allografts in Diabetic BB Rats. Surgical Forum XLI:403-404, 1991.
  252. Wang, X., Berezniak, R., Tafra, L., Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F. and Dafoe, D.C.: Intraportal FK 506 Improves Intrahepatic Islet Allograft Survival. Transplant. Proc. 23:3211-3212, 1991.
  253. Potts, J.T., Ackerman, I.P., Barker, C.F., Brennan, M.F., Coburn, J.W., Hui, S.L., Melson, G.L., Raisz, L.G., Rosenblatt, M., Rubin, C.T., Schlecchie, J.A., Townsend, J.L., Wolfe, L.K., and Wong, G.L.: Development Conference on Diagnosis and Management of Asymptomatic Primary Hyperparathyroidism. NIH Consensus Conference. Ann. of Int.Med. 114:593-597, 1991.
  254. Alfrey, E.J., Perloff, L.J., Asplund, M.W., Dafoe, D.C., Grossman, R.A., Bromberg, J.S., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Normocalcemia Twelve Years after Successful Parathyroid Allografting in a Renal Transplant Recipient. Surgery 111:234-236, 1992.
  255. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Dafoe, D.C. and Perloff, L.J.: Renal Transplantation. In: Textbook of Surgery, Pocket Companion. D.C. Sabiston and H.K. Lyerly (eds.), W.B. Saunders Co. Philadelphia, 1992, pp 174-182.
  256. Barker, C.F., Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Transplantation as a Model for Tolerance. J.P. Grunfeld, J.F. Bach, H. Kreis, and M.H. Maxwell (eds.) In Mosby's Year Book's Advances in Nephrology Chicago, 1992, pp 387-400.
  257. Barker, C.F., Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F. and Naji, A.: Transplantation Intrathymique Comme M Odele De Tolerance In: Actualities Nephrologigues, 1992, pp. 287-300.
  258. Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Promotion of Pancreatic Islet Allograft Survival by Intrathymic Transplantation of Bone Marrow. Diabetes 41:771-775, 1992.
  259. Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F., Friedman, A.L. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Autoimmune Diabetes in the BB Rat by Intrathymic Islet Transplantation at Birth. Science 256:1321-1324, 1992.
  260. Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F., Roark, J.H. and Naji, A.: Successful Islet Transplantation in the Thymus of Spontaneously Diabetic BB Rats. Transplant. Proc. 24:1023-1024, 1992.
  261. Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Xenografts: Is There a Future? Surgery 112:3-5, 1992.
  262. Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F., Roark, J.H., Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F., Koberlein, B. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Transplantation of Pancreatic Islets. Diab. Nutr. Metab. 5:139-143, 1992.
  263. Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F., Posselt, A.M. and Naji, A.: Induction of Donor Specific Tolerance to Rat Cardiac Allografts by Intrathymic Inoculation of Bone Marrow. Surgery 112:370-377, 1992.
  264. Alfrey, E.J., Friedman, A.L., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F. et al: A Recent Decrease in the Time to Development of Monomorphous and Polymorphous Post-transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder. Transplantation 54:250-253, 1992.
  265. Barker, C.F.: Jonathan Evan Rhoads Biographical Sketch. The Surgical Residents Newsletter. Annals of Surgery 3 (1): 1992.
  266. Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Perspectives in Pancreatic and Islet Transplantation. Invited Commentary. New England J. of Med., 271-273, 1992.
  267. Naji A, Posselt AM, Barker CF. Pioneering work in immune tolerance. Science. 1992 Oct 30; 258 (5083): 727-728.
  268. Posselt AM, Naji A and Barker CF. Microchimerism of the thymus and graft acceptance. Lancet. 1992 Sept 5; 340(8819): 617.
  269. Alfrey, E.J., Friedman, A.L., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., Montone, K.T., Tomaszewski, J.E., Chmielewski, C., Holland, T., Zmijewski, C. and Dafoe, D.C.: Two Distinct Patterns of Post-Transplantation Lymphoproliferative Disorder (PTLD): Early and Late Onset. Clinical Transplantation 6:246-248, 1992.
  270. Carpenter, J.P., Owen, R.S., Baum, R.A., Cope, C., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D., Golden, M.A. and Perloff, L.J.: Magnetic Resonance Angiography of Peripheral Runoff Vessels. J. Vasc. Surg. 16:807-815, 1992.
  271. Roark, J.H., Posselt, A.M., Campos, L., Kim, J., Chavin, K.D., Bromberg, J.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prolongation of Rat Pancreatic Islet Allograft Survival by Anti-CD2 Monoclonal Antibody Treatment. Transplantation 54:1098-1099, 1992.
  272. Shachner, M.S., Markmann, J.F., Bassiri, H., Kim, J.I., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Direct Assessment of the Role of Natural Killer Cells in Autoimmune Diabetes. J. Surg. Res. 52:601-604, 1992.
  273. Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Inoculation of Purified T-cells Induces Unresponsiveness to Rat Cardiac Allografts. Surgical Forum XLIII: 411-412, 1992.
  274. Markmann, J.F., Bassiri, H., Desai, N.M., Odorico, J.S., Kim, J.I., Koller, B.H., Smithies, O. and Barker, C.F.: Indefinite Survival of MHC Class I Deficient Murine Pancreatic Islet Allografts. Transplantation 54:1085-1089, 1992.
  275. Brayman, KL, Egidi, F.M., Naji, A., Friedman, A.L., Perloff, L.J., Grossman, R.A., Zmijewski, C.M., Cameron, E., Kobrin, S., Feldman, H.I. and Barker, C.F.: Renal Transplantation at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center: An Update of Results in the Cyclosporine Era. In Clinical Transplants, 1992. Terasaki and Cecka (Eds.) California, 20:215-225.
  276. Alfrey, E.J., Smythe, R., Friedman, A., Meranze, S., Grossman, R.A., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Dafoe, D.C.: Two Masqueraders of Transplant Renal Artery Stenosis (TRAS). Clinical Transplantation 7:183-187, 1993.
  277. Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M. and Naji, A.: Biology of Transplant Immunology: Tolerance and Rejection. In Surgical Basic Science. J.E. Fischer (ed) Mosby, St. Louis, 1993, pp 31-65.
  278. Desai, N., Bassiri, H., Kim, J., Smithies, O., Koller, B.H., Smithies, O., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Pancreatic Islet Allograft and Xenograft Survival in CD8+ T Lymphocyte-Deficient Recipients. Transplant. Proc. 25:961-962, 1993.
  279. Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F., Posselt, A.M. and Naji, A.: Prolonged Survival of Rat Cardiac Allografts after Intrathymic Inoculation of Donor Thymocytes. Transplant. Proc. 25:295-296, 1993.
  280. Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F., Friedman, A.L., Koberlein, B., Tomaszewski, J.E., and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Inoculation of Islets at Birth Prevents Autoimmune Diabetes and Pancreatic Insulitis in the BB Rat. Transplant. Proc. 25:301-302, 1993.
  281. Markmann, J.F., Bassiri, H., Desai, N.M., Kim, J.I., Odorico, J. and Barker, C.F.: Donor Antigen Specific T-Lymphocyte Deletion after Intrathymic Injection. Transplant. Proc. 25:305-306, 1993.
  282. Campos, L., Alfrey, E.J., Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Intrathymic Inoculation of Donor Cells Promotes Survival of Rat Orthotopic Liver Allografts. Transplant. Proc. 25:488-489, 1993.
  283. Markmann, J.F., Odorico, J.S., Bassiri, H., Desai, N.M., Kim, J. and Barker, C.F.: Clonal Deletion in the Adult after Intrathymic Inoculation with Lymphoid Cells. Transplantation 55:871-877, 1993.
  284. Campos, L., Alfrey, E.J., Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prolonged Survival of Rat Orthotopic Liver Transplants Following Intrathymic Inoculation of Donor-Strain Cells. Transplantation 55:866-870, 1993.
  285. Desai, N.M., Bassiri, H., Kim, J., Koller, B.H., Smithies, O., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Markmann, J.F.: Islet Allograft Islet, Islet Xenograft and Skin Allograft Survival in CD8+ T Lymphocyte-Deficient Mice. Transplantation 55:718-722, 1993.
  286. Odorico, J.S., Posselt, A.M., Naji, A., Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Promotion of Rat Cardiac Allograft Survival by Intrathymic Inoculation of Donor Splenocytes. Transplantation 55:1104-1107, 1993.
  287. Carpenter, J.P., Lieberman, M.D., Shlansky-Goldberg, R., Braverman, S.E., Soulen, M., Holland, G.A., Baum, R.A., Owen, R.S., Golden, M.A., Berkowitz, H.D., Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Infrageniculate Bypass Graft Entrapment. J. Vasc. Surg. 18:81-89, 1993.
  288. Posselt, A.M., Campos, L., Mayo, G.L., O'Connor, T.P., Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji A.: Selective Modulation of T Cell Immunity by Intrathymic Cellular Transplantation. Transplant. Reviews. 7:200-213, 1993.
  289. Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F., O'Connor, T., Campos, L., Posselt, A.M. and Naji, A.: Examination of Mechanisms Responsible for Tolerance Induction Following Intrathymic Inoculation of Allogeneic Bone Marrow. Annals of Surgery 218:525-533, 1993.
  290. Barker, C.F.: American Society of Transplant Surgeons. J. Transplant. Coordination 3:118-119, 1993.
  291. Bassiri, H., Markmann, J.F., Desai, N., Kim, J.I., Teh, H.S. and Barker, C.F.: Allograft Rejection by T-Cell Receptor Transgenic Mice. J. Surgical Research 54:437-444, 1993.
  292. Markmann, J.F., Desai, N., Kim, J.I., Bassiri, H., Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F.: Vulnerability of Class I-Deficient Mouse Islet Allografts to Secondary But Not Primary Alloimmunity. Surgical Forum XLIII:446-448, 1993.
  293. Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Implantation of Allogeneic Cells as a Model for Transplantation Tolerance. Clin. Transplant. 7:130-133, 1993.
  294. Carpenter, J.P., Owen, R.S., Baum, R.A., Cope, C., Barker, C.F., Berkowitz, H.D., Golden, M.A., Perloff, L.J.: Comment on "Magnetic Resonance Angiography of Peripheral Runoff Vessels". J. Vasc. Surg. 17:1137, 1993.
  295. Schiebler, M.D., Listerud, J., Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Weigle, J., Holland, JG., Schnall, M., Cope, C., Pentecost, M., Gupta, K., Golden, M.A., Barker, C.F., Kressel, H. and Axel, L: MR Arteriography of the Pelvis and Lower Extremities. In Magnetic Resonance Quarterly. 9:152-187, 1993.
  296. Barker, C.F., Posselt, A.M., Odorico, J.S., Markmann, J.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Transplantation as a Model for Tolerance. Advances in Nephrology. 22:387-400, 1993.
  297. Carpenter, J.P., Barker, C.F., Roberts, B., Berkowitz, H.D., Lusk, E.J. and Perloff, L.J.: Popliteal Artery Aneurysms: Current Management and Outcome. J. Vasc. Surg. 19:65-73, 1994.
  298. Campos, L., Posselt, A.M., Deli, B.C., Mayo, G.L., Peter, K. and Barker, C.F.: The Failure of Intrathymic Transplantation of Non-immunogenic Islet Allografts to Promote Induction of Donor-Specific Unresponsiveness. Transplantation 57:950-953, 1994.
  299. Contis, J., O'Connor, T., Holland, G., Schnall, M., Carpenter, J., Friedman, A., Perloff, L., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Non-invasive Evaluation of Bladder Drained Whole Pancreaticoduodenal Transplants with Magnetic Resonance Angiography. Transplant. Proc. 26:464-465, 1994.
  300. Barker CF. Leonard Perloff (1940-1993). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXIV): 375-376, 1994.
  301. Ketchum, R.J., Nicolae, M., Jahr, H., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L: In vitro Assessment of Human Islets for Transplantation: A Comparison of Glucose Stimulated Insulin Secretion from Freshly Isolated Versus Cultured Human Islets. Transplant. Proc. 26: 586, 1994.
  302. Ketchum, R.J., Nicolae, M., Jahr, H., Friedman, A., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, L.: Analysis of Donor Age and Cold Ischemia Time as Factors in Cadaveric Human Islet Isolation. Transplant. Proc. 26: 596-597, 1994.
  303. Markmann, J.F., Desai, N.M., Bassiri, H., Kim, J.I. and Barker, C.F.: Prolonged Survival of Class I Deficient Mouse Islet Allografts but not Xenografts. Transplant. Proc. 26: 748, 1994.
  304. Mayo, G.L., Posselt, A.M., Campos, L., Noorchashm, N., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Transplantation Promotes Survival of Islet Xenografts (Rat > Mouse). Transplant. Proc. 26: 758, 1994.
  305. Jahr, H., Nicolae, M., Ketchum, R.J., Koeberlein, B., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Islet Xenografts in Mice and Rats: II. Mixed Islet-Spleen Cell Assay to Analyze Nitric Oxide Production and Inhibition in Xenogeneic Species Combination. Transplant. Proc. 26: 774, 1994.
  306. Markmann, J.F. and Barker, C.F.: Basic and Clinical Considerations in the Use of Xenografts. S.A. Wells (ed.) In Current Problems in Surgery, 1994. St. Louis, Mosby Year Book, XXXI: 387-460.
  307. Carpenter, J.P., Owen, R.S., Holland, G.A., Baum, R.A., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Golden, M.A., and Cope, C.: Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Aorta, Iliac and Femoral Arteries. Surgery 116:17-23, 1994.
  308. Mayo, G.L., Posselt, A.M., Barker, C.F., Rostami S., Mayo, S.P., Campos, L. and Naji, A.: Prolongation of Survival of Donor-Strain Islet Xenografts (Rat -> Mouse) By Intrathymic Inoculation of Xenogeneic Islet and Bone Marrow Cells. Transplantation 58:107-109, 1994.
  309. Markmann, J.F., Campos, L., Bhandoola, A., Kim, J.I., Desai, N.M., Bassiri, H., Claytor B.R. and Barker, C.F.: Genetically Engineered Grafts to Study Xenoimmunity: A Role for Indirect Antigen Presentation in the Destruction of MHC Deficient Xenografts. Surgery 116:242-249, 1994.
  310. Brayman, K.L., Egidi, M.F., Naji, A., Friedman, A.L., Holland, M.T., Tomaszewski, F., Samini, F., Perloff, J., Grossman, R. and Barker, C.F.: Is Induction Therapy Necessary for Successful Simultaneous Pancreas and Kidney Transplantation in the Cyclosporine Era? Transplant. Proc. 26:2525-2527, 1994.
  311. Markmann, J.F., Bhandoola, A., Seidman, C., Campos, L., Greene, M.I., and Barker, C.F.: MHC-Deficient Allograft Rejection by Indirect Antigen Presentation. Surgical Forum XLV:417-418, 1994.
  312. Mayo, G.L., Posselt, A.M., Campos, L., Deli, B.C., Mayo, S.P., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Induction of Donor-Specific Tolerance by Intrathymic Cellular Transplantation. J.L. Tourane, J. Traeger, H. Betuel, J.M. Dubernard, J.P. Revillard and C. Dupuy (eds.) Rejection and Tolerance: Proceedings of the 25th Conference on Transplantation and Clinical Immunology. pp. 227-244, 1994. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  313. Carpenter, J.P., Baum, R.A., Holland, G.A. and Barker, C.F.: Peripheral Vascular Surgery with Magnetic Resonance Angiography as the Sole Preoperative Imaging Modality. J. Vasc. Surg. 20:861-871, 1994.
  314. Carpenter, J.P., Barker, C.F., Roberts, B.: Comment on "Popliteal Artery Aneurysms”: Current Management and Outcome: J. of Cardiovasc. Surg. 20:844-845, 1994.
  315. Campos, L., Posselt, A.M., Mayo, G.L., Odorico, J.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Induction of Tolerance by Intrathymic Cellular Transplantation. Bach (ed.) In: Transplantation Immunology. 1994 John Wiley and Sons.
  316. Mayo, G.L., Posselt, A.M., Campos, L., Deli, B.C., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Intrathymic Islet Transplants and Systemic Tolerance. R.P. Lanza and W.L. Chick (eds.). In: Pancreatic Islet Transplantation: Vol II, Immunomodulation of Pancreatic Islets, Philadelphia, 8:87-97, 1994.
  317. Barker, C.F.: The Puzzle People: Memoirs of a Transplant Surgeon. Book Review. Journal of the History of Medicine. 50:156-162, 1995.
  318. Barker, C.F.: Introduction of Rupert E. Billingham as Recipient of Medawar Prize of the Transplantation Society. Transplant. Proc. 27:15-16, 1995.
  319. Campos, L., Deli, B.C., Kern, J.H., Kim, J.I., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Survival of MHC Deficient Mouse Heterotopic Cardiac Allografts and Xenografts. Transplant. Proc. 27:254-255, 1995.
  320. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Park, D.H., Perloff, J.R., Betz, J.K., Grodberg, J.B., Naji, A, Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Engraftment and Function of Intrathymic Pancreatic Islet Autografts in Dogs. Transplant. Proc. 27:607-608, 1995.
  321. Sastry, V., Brennan, P.J., Levy, M.M., Fishman, N., Friedman, A.L., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci: An Emerging Pathogen in Immunosuppressed Transplant Recipients. Transplant. Proc. 27:954-955, 1995.
  322. Barker, C.F.: The Puzzle People: Memoirs of a Transplant Surgeon: Book review. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 180:383-384, 1995.
  323. Barker, C.F.: Book Review: Morris, P.J.: Kidney Transplantation: Principles and Practice, 4th ed., Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1994, Arch of Surgery. 130:449, 1995.
  324. Campos, L., Naji, A., Deli, B.C., Kern, J.H., Kim, J.I., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Survival of MHC Deficient Mouse Heterotopic Cardiac Allografts. Transplantation 59:187-191, 1995.
  325. Barker, C.F.: Impact of Changes in Practice Patterns on Surgical Research. Archives of Surgery 130:939-941, 1995.
  326. DeMatteo, R.P., Raper, S.E., Ahn, M., Fisher, K.J., Burke, C., Radu, A., Widera G., Claytor, B.R., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Gene Transfer to the Thymus: A Means of Abrogating the Immune Response to Recombinant Adenovirus. Annals of Surg. 222:229-242, 1995.
  327. Ahn, M., Chang, E., Chu, G., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Cellular Requirements for Pancreatic Islet Xenograft Rejection. Transplant. Proc. 27:3302-3303, 1995.
  328. Min, JK, Shaked A., Raper, S.E., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Adenoviral-Mediated Gene Transfer of TGF-b1 and VIL-10 Promotes Long-Term Survival of Islet Allografts. Surgical Forum, XLVI:438-449, 1995.
  329. Carpenter, J.P., Lieberman, M.D., Shlansky-Goldberg, R., Braverman, S.E., Soulen, M., Holland, G.A., Baum, R.A., Owens, R.S., Golden, M.A., Berkowitz, H.D., Barker, C.F. and Perloff, L.J.: Infragniculate Bypass Graft Entrapment. In Porter, J, (Ed.) Yearbook of Vascular Surgery, Mosby-Year Book, 1995, 231-234.
  330. Barker, C.F.: "Cluster" Allografts. JACS 180:88-89, 1995.
  331. DeMatteo, R.P., Markmann, J.F., Kozarsky, K.F., Barker, C.F. and Raper, S.E.: Prolongation of Adenoviral Transgene Expression in Mouse Liver by T Lymphocyte Subset Depletion. Gene Therapy 3:4-12, 1996.
  332. Brayman, K.L., Gincherman, Y., Levy, M.M., Patel, A., Carpenter, J.P., Naji, A., and Barker, C.F.: Ex vivo Reconstruction of the Renal Artery for Aneurysm and other Abnormalities of Renal Vascular Anatomy. In: Calligaro KD, Dougherty MJ and Dean RH (Eds). Modern Management of Renovascular Hypertension and Renal Salvage. Philadelphia, Williams and Wilkins, 1996, pp 269-283.
  333. Carpenter, J.P., Golden, M.A., Barker, C.F., Holland, G.A. and Baum, R.A.: The Fate of Bypass Grafts to Angiographically Occult Run-off Vessels Detected by Magnetic Resonance Angiography. J Vasc Surg 23:483-489, 1996.
  334. Markmann, J.F., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Acquired Central Immune Tolerance Following Intrathymic Inoculation. In: Alexander, JW and Good, RA (Eds.) Transplantation Tolerance Induction. R.G. Landes Co, Austin, 1996:53-64.
  335. Ahn, M., Sohn C., Chang, E., Chu, G., DeMatteo, R.P., Barker, C.F., and Markmann, J.F.: Role of Humoral Immunity in Skin and Pancreatic Islet Allo- and Xenograft Rejection. Transplant. Proc.28:840-841, 1996.
  336. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Markmann, J.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Renal Transplantation. In Textbook of Surgery, 15th Edition, Sabiston, D.C. (Ed.). Philadelphia, Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1996, 408-429.
  337. Carpenter, J.P., Holland, G.A., Golden, M.A., Barker, C.F., Lexa, F.J., Gilfeather, M. and Schnall, M.D.: Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Aortic Arch. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 25:145-151, 1997.
  338. DeMatteo, R.P., Ahn, M., Chu, G., Chang, E., Burke, C., Raper, S.E., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Immunological Barriers to Hepatic Adenoviral Gene Therapy for Transplantation: Cellular and Humoral Responses Limit Transgene Expression in Mouse Liver. Transplantation 63:315-319, 1997.
  339. Weber, M., Ketchum, R.J., Sellers, M., Aradhye, S., Deng, S., Grossman, R.A., Shaw, L.M., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Single Center Analysis of Mycophenolate Mofetil and Neoral/Prednisone Therapy for Prophylaxis of Rejection in African-American and Caucasian Renal Transplant Recipients. Transplant. Proc. 29:338-339, 1997.
  340. Chu, G., Markmann, J.F., Ahn, M., Chang, E., DeMatteo, R.P., Ketchum, R., Brayman, K.L., Deng, S. and Barker, C.F.: Xenogeneic But Not Allogeneic Islet Graft Survival in Recipients Lacking Humoral Immunity and MHC Class II Antigens. Transplant. Proc. 29:901-902, 1997.
  341. Noorchashm, H., Noorchashm, M., Kern, J., Rostami, S.Y., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: B-Cells are Required for the Initiation of Insulitis and Sialitis in Non-Obese Diabetic Mice. Diabetes. 46:941-946, 1997.
  342. Desai, N.M, Korbutt, G.S., Barker, C.F. and Lafferty, K.J.: Beta-cell Replacement. Diabetologia. 40:B44-B49, 1997.
  343. Weber, M., Deng, S., Arenas, J., Aradhye, S., Grossman, R.A., Shaw, L.M., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L. Decreased Rejection Episodes in African-American Renal Transplant Recipients Receiving Mycophenolate Mofetil/tacrolimus Therapy. Transplant. Proc. 29:3669-3670, 1997.
  344. DeMatteo, R.P., Chu, G., Ahn, M., Chang, E., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Long Lasting Adenoviral Transgene Expression in Mice through Neonatal Intrathymic Tolerance Injection without the Use of Immunosuppression. J. Virology. 71:5330-5335, 1997.
  345. Barker, C.F.: Science, Specialization and the American Surgical Association. Annals of Surgery 226:211-228, 1997.
  346. Weber, M., Deng, S., Olthoff, K.M., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., Shaked, A. and Brayman, K.L.: Organ Transplantation in the Twenty-first Century. Urologic Clinics of North America, Kowalak, J. (Ed.). W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 25:51-61, 1998.
  347. Brayman, K.L., Weber, M., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Pancreas Transplantation. In: The Pancreas: A Clinical Textbook, Berger, H.G., Warshaw, A.L., Carr-Lock, D.L., Russell, C., Buchler, M., Neoptolemos, J., Sarr, M.G. (Eds.). Blackwell Scientific Publications. United Kingdom, pp. 1491-1509, 1998.
  348. Judge T.A., Desai, N.M., Yang, Z.D., Rostami, S.Y., Alonso, L., Zhang, H., Chen, Y. Markmann, J.F., DeMatteo, R.P., Barker, C.F. ,Naji, A. and Turka, L.: Utility of Adenoviral-mediated FAS Ligand Gene Transfer to Modulate Islet Allograft Survival. Transplantation, 66:426-434, 1998.
  349. Shaw, L.M., Korecka, M., Aradhye, S., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Brayman, K.L.: Scientific Principles for Mycophenolic Acid Therapeutic Drug Monitor. Transplant. Proc. 30:2234-2236, 1998.
  350. Desai, N.M., Markmann, J.F., Naji, A., Brayman, K.L. and Barker, C.F.: Transplantation of Isolated Pancreatic Islets. In: The Pancreas: A Clinical Textbook. Beger, H.G., Warshaw, A.L., Carr-Lock, D.L., Russell, C., Buchler, M., Neoptolemos, J., Sarr, M.G. (eds.). Blackwell Scientific Publications, United Kingdom, 159:1477-1490, 1998.
  351. Brayman, K.L., Weber, M., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Pancreas Transplantation. In: The Pancreas: A Clinical Textbook. Beger, H.G., Warshaw, A.L., Carr-Lock, D.L., Russell, C., Buchler, M., Neoptolemos, J., Sarr, M.G. (eds.). Blackwell Scientific Publications, United Kingdom, 160:1491-1509, 1998.
  352. Desai, N.M., Grossman, R.A., Aradhye, S., Musser, M.A., Gatto, P., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Brayman, K.L.: Analysis of Cost and Length of Stay for Renal Transplantation Using a Clinical Care Pathway. Surgical Forum. XLIV:539-540, 1998.
  353. DeMatteo, R.P., Yeh, H., Friscia, M., Capparelli, D., Burke, C., Desai, N.M., Chu, G., Markmann, J.F., Raper, S.E. and Barker, C.F.: Cellular Immunity Delimits Adenoviral Therapy Strategies for the Treatment of Neoplastic Disease. Annals of Surg. Oncol. 6 (1) 88-94, 1999.
  354. Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Song, H.K., Rostami, S.Y., Greeley, S.A.S., Noorchashm, N., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: B-Lymphocytes Influence the Shape of the Mature Preimmune CD4+ TCR Repertoire. Transplant. Proc. 31:832-833, 1999.
  355. Song, H.K., Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Rostami, S.Y., Greeley, S.A.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: In vivo MLR: A Novel Method for the Study of Alloimmune Response. Transplant. Proc. 31:834-835, 1999.
  356. Song, H.K., Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Rostami, S.Y., Greeley, S.A.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Characterization of the Autoimmune Response to Minor Histocompatibility Antigens by in vivo MLR. Transplant. Proc. 31:836-837, 1999.
  357. Song, H.K., Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Rostami, S.Y., Greeley, S.A.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Cutting Edge: Alloimmune Responses Against Major and Minor Histocompatibility Antigens: Distinct Division Kinetics and Requirement for CD28 Costimulation. The Journal of Immunology. 2467-2471, 1999.
  358. Uchikoshi, F., Yang, Z.D., Rostami, S.Y., Yokoi, Y., Capocci, P., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Autoimmune Recurrence and Rejection by Adenovirus-Mediated CTLA4Ig Gene Transfer to the Pancreatic Graft in BB Rats. Diabetes. 48:652-657, 1999.
  359. Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Rostami, S.Y., Song, H.K., Greeley, S.A.S., Bazel, S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: A Direct Method for the Calculation of Alloreactive CD4+T Cell Precursor Frequency. Transplantation. 67:1281-1284, 1999.
  360. Yang, Z.D., Rostami, S.Y., Koeberlein, B., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Cardiac Allograft Tolerance Induced by Intraarterial Infusion of Recombinant Adenoviral CTLA41G. Transplantation. 67:1517-1528, 1999.
  361. Yokoi, Y., Noorchashm, H., Rostami, S.Y., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Origin, Kinetics and Function of Chimeric B-Lymphocytes in Liver Allografts. Transplantation. 68 (1):118-123, 1999.
  362. Song, H.K., Noorchashm, H., Lieu, Y.K., Rostami, S.Y., Greeley, S.A.S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Tracking Alloreactive Cell Division In Vivo. Transplantation. 68:297-299, 1999.
  363. Velazquez, O.C., Carpenter, J.P., Baum, R.A., Barker, C.F., Golden, M.A., Criado, F.J., Pyeron, A.M. and Fairman, R.M.: Perigraft Air, Fever, and Leukocytosis after Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. The American Journal of Surgery. 178:185-189, 1999.
  364. Marcucci, L., Shaked, A., Maller, E.S., Rand, E.B., Hahn, E.S., Higuchi, N.H., Barker, C.F. and Olthoff, K.M.: Supraceliac Aortic Pseudoaneurysms after Liver Transplantation in Infants. Transplantation. 68:1617-1619, 1999.
  365. Noorchashm H, Moore DJ, Lieu YK, Noorchashm N, Schlacterman A, Song HK, Lambris JD, Barker CF and Naji A: Contribution of the innate immune system to autoimmune diabetes: a role for the Crl/Crl2 complement receptors. Cellular Immunology. 195(1): 75-79, 10 July 1999.
  366. Noorchashm H, Lieu YK, Noorchashm N, Rostami Sy, Greeley, SAS, Schlacterman A, Song HK, Noto LE, Jevnikar AM, Barker CF and Naji A: I-A g7 mediated antigen presentation by B lymphocytes is critical in overcoming a checkpoint in T cell tolerance to islet b cells of nonobese diabetic mice. Journal of Immunology. 163(2): 743-750, July 15, 1999.
  367. Barker, C.F., Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Naji, A., Olthoff, K.M. and Shaked, A.: Transplantation of Abdominal Organs. (Ed.) Courtney Townsend, M.D. In: Sabiston’s Textbook of Surgery. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, 1999, 25:429-470.
  368. Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Tuite, C.M., Soulen, M.C. Barker, C.F., Golden, M.A., Velazquez, O.C., Pyeron, A.M. and Fairman, R.M.: Diagnosis and Treatment of Inferior Mesenteric Artery Associated Endoleaks after Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. Radiology 215:409-413, 2000.
  369. Velazquez, O.C., Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Golden, M.A., Cohn, M., Pyeron, A.M., Barker, C.F., Criado, F.J. and Fairman, R.M.: Relationship between Preoperative Patency of the Inferior Mesenteric Artery and Subsequent Occurrence of Type II Endoleak in Patients Undergoing Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. J. Vasc. Surgery. 32:777-788, 2000.
  370. Noorchashm, H., Moore, D.J., Noto, L.E., Noorchashm, N., Reed, A.J., Reed, A.L., Song, H.K., Mozaffari, R., Jevnikar, A.M., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Impaired CD4 T Cell Activation Due to Reliance upon B-Cell-Mediated Costimulation in Non-obese Diabetic (NOD) Mice. J. of Immunology. 165:4685-4696, 2000.
  371. Markmann, J.F., Campos, L, Velidedeoglu, E., Guy, T.S., Moainie, S.L., Desai, N.M., Gorman, R.C., Brayman, K.L., Naji, A and Barker, C.F.: Annual Literature Review – Clinical Transplants 2000. (Eds.) Cecka and Terasaki. In Clinical Transplants 2000. Los Angeles, UCLA Immunogenetics Center, 2001. 30:411-465.
  372. Barker, C.F.: History and Philosophy of Surgical Research. (Eds.) W. Souba and D. Wilmore. In Surgical Research. San Diego, Academic Press, 2001, 87:1261-1277.
  373. Liu, C., Deng, S., Jiang, K., Liu, N., Kenyon, N., Ricordi, C., Naji, A, Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Long-Term Survival Following Canine Intrathymic Islet Allograft Transplantation with Short-Course Immunosuppressive Therapy. Transplant. Proc. 33:561, 2001.
  374. Neschis, D.G., Velazquez, O.C., Baum, R.A., Roberts, D., Carpenter, J.P., Golden, M.A., Mitchell, M.E., Barker, C.F., Pyeron, A.M. and Fairman, R.M.: The Role of Magnetic Resonance Angiography for Endoprosthetic Design. J. Vasc. Surg. 33:488-494, 2001.
  375. Velazquez, O.C., Larson, R.A., Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Golden, M.A., Mitchell, M.E., Pyeron, A.M., Barker, C.F. and Fairman, R.M.: Gender-Related Differences in Infrarenal Aortic Aneurysm Morphologic Features: Issues Relevant to Ancure and Talent Endografts. J. Vasc. Surg. 33:77-84, 2001.
  376. Carpenter JP, Neschis DG, Fairman RM, Barker CF, Golden MA, Velazquez OC, Mitchell ME and Baum RA. Failure of endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm graft limbs. J Vas Surg. 2001 Feb; 33(2): 296-302.
  377. Fairman, R.M., Velazquez, O.C., Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Golden, M.A., Pyeron, A.M., Criado, F.J. and Barker, C.F: Endovascular Repair of Aortic Aneurysms: Critical Events and Adjunctive Procedures. J. Vasc. Surg. 33:1226-1332, 2001.
  378. Greeley, S.A.S., Moore, D.J., Noorchashm, H., Noto, L.E., Rostami, S.Y., Schlachterman, A., Song, H.K., Koberlein, B., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Impaired Activation of Islet-Reactive CD4 T Cells in Pancreatic Lymph Nodes of B Cell-Deficient Non-obese Diabetic Mice. The J. of Immunology. 167:4351-4357, 2001.
  379. Carpenter, J.P., Fairman, R.M., Barker, C.F., Golden, M.A., Velazquez, O.C., Mitchell, M.E. and Baum, R.A.: Endovascular AAA Repair in Patients with Renal Insufficiency: Strategies for Reducing Adverse Renal Events. Cardiovascular Surgery 9 (6):559-564, 2001.
  380. Carpenter, J.P., Baum, R.A., Barker, C.F., Golden, M.A., Velazquez, O.C., Mitchell, M.E. and Fairman, R.M.: Impact of Exclusion Criteria on Patient Selection for Endovascular AAA Repair. J. of Vasc. Surg. 34:1050-1054, 2001.
  381. Velidedeoglu, E., Williams, N., Brayman, K.L., Desai, N.M., Campos, L., Palanjian, M. Wocjik, M., Bloom, R., Grossman, R.A., Mange, K., Buyske, J., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Markmann, J.F.: Surgical Options for Live-Donor Nephrectomy. Transplant. Proc. 33:3789-3790, 2001.
  382. Baum, R.A., Carpenter, J.P., Cope, C., Golden, M.A., Velazquez, O.C., Neschis, D.G., Mitchell, M.E., Barker, C.F. and Fairman, R.M.: Aneurysm Sac Pressure Measurements after Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. J. Vasc. Surgery. 32-41, 2001.
  383. Trani, J.L., Song, H.K., Lerner, S.M., Markmann, J.W., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Markmann, J.F.: Comparison of Activation Requirements and Activation Phenotype of Allogeneic and Xenogeneic Rodent Responses in Vivo and in Vitro. Transplantation 72:1-7, 2001.
  384. Barker, C.F.: Memoir of Jonathan Evans Rhoads. Transactions of the Southern Surgical Association. 113:291-293, 2001.
  385. Barker, CF. Memoir: Jonathan E. Rhoads, M.D., 1907-2002. Transactions and Studies, College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Vol. XXIII; December 2001: 153-161.
  386. Carpenter, J.P., Baum, R.A., Barker, C.F., Golden, M.A., Velazquez, O.C., Mitchell, M.E. and Fairman, R.M.: Durability of Benefits of Endovascular vs. Conventional Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. J. of Vasc. Surg. 35:222-228, 2002.
  387. Fairman, R.M., Carpenter, J.P., Baum, R.A., Larson, R.A., Golden, M.A., Barker, C.F., Mitchell, M.E. and Velazquez, O.C.: Potential Impact of Therapeutic Warfarin Treatment on Type II Endoleaks and Sac Shrinkage Rates on Midterm Follow-up Examination. J. of Vasc. Surg. 35:679-695, 2002.
  388. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Tomaszewski, J.E., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Intrathymic Islet Transplantation in the Canine: I. Histological and Functional Evidence of Autologous Intrathymic Islet Engraftment and Survival in Pancreatectomized Recipients. Transplantation. 73:842-852, 2002.
  389. Barker, C.F.: Memoir of Dr. Jonathan E. Rhoads. Annals of Surgery 235:740-744, 2002.
  390. Velidedeoglu, E., Williams, N., Brayman, K.L., Desai, N.M., Campos, L., Palanjian, M., Wocjik, M., Bloom, R., Grossman, R.A., Mange, K., Barker, C.F., Naji A. and Markmann, J.F. Comparison of Open Laparoscopic and Hand-Assisted Approaches to Live-Donor Nephrectomy. Transplantation. 74:169-172, 2002.
  391. Greeley, S.A., Katsumata, M., Yu, L., Eisenbarth, G.S., Moore, D.J., Goodarzi, H., Barker, C.F., Naji, A. and Noorchashm, H.: Elimination of Maternally-Transmitted Autoantibodies Prevents Diabetes in Non-Obese Diabetic Mice. Nature Medicine 8:399-402, 2002.
  392. Barker, C.F.: Moments in Surgery, Dr. Jonathan E.Rhoads, 1907-2002, Surgery 133-134, 2003.
  393. Markmann, J.F., Deng, S.A., Huang, X, Naji, A., Desai, N.M., Velidedeoglu, E.H., Lui, C, Frank, A., Markmann, E., Palanjian, M., Brayman, K.L., Wolf, B., Bell, E., Vitamaniuk, M., Doliba, N., Matschinsky, F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Insulin Independence Following Isolated Islet Transplantation and Single Islet Infusions. Annals of Surgery 237:741-750, 2003.
  394. Markmann, J.F., Rosen, M., Siegelman, E.S., Soulen, M.C., Deng, S., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Magnetic Resonance – Defined Periportal Steatosis Following Intraportal Islet Transplantation. A Functional Footprint of Islet Graft Survival? Diabetes. 52:1591-1594, 2003.
  395. Markmann, J.F., Deng, S., Desai, N.M., Xiaolun, H., Velidedeoglu, E., Frank, A., Liu, C., Brayman, K.L., Lian, M.M., Wolf, B., Bell, E., Vitamaniuk, M., Doliba, N., Matschinsky, F., Markmann, E., Barker, C.F., and Naji, A.: The Use of Non-Heart Beating Donors For Isolated Pancreatic Islet Transplantation. 75:1423-1429, 2003.
  396. Ellison, M.D., Edwards, L.E., Edwards, E.B. and Barker, C.F.: Geographic Differences in Access to Transplantation in the U.S. Transplantation. 2003 Nov 15; 76(9): 1389-94.
  397. Desai NM, Goss JA, Deng S, Wolf BA, Markmann E, Palanjian M, Shock AF, Feliciano S, Brunicardi FC, Barker CF, Naji A and Markmann, JF. Elevated portal vein drug levels of sirolimus and tacrolimus in islet transplant recipients: local immunosuppression or islet toxicity? Transplantation. 2003 Dec 15; 76(11): 1623-5.
  398. Barker CF. Introduction to the symposium in honor of Jonathan E. Rhoads. Proc Amer Philos Soc. 2003 Sept; 147(3): 199-203.
  399. Barker CF and Warshaw A. Jonathan E. Rhoads, 1907-2002. Surgery. 2003 Feb; 133(2): 133-4.
  400. Deng SP, Huang XK, Frank A, Velidedeoglu E, Desai N, Matschinsky F, Barker CF, Naji A and Markmann JF. Islets isolated from type II diabetes donors are defective and unsuitable for clinical islet transplantation. Cell Transplantation. 12(2): 183-184, 2003.
  401. Barker CF. In memoriam: Rupert E. Billingham (1921-2002). Transplantation. 76(7): 1138-1143, October 15, 2003.
  402. Barker CF. Jonathan E. Rhoads (1907-2002). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXXI): 369-371, 2003.
  403. Barker CF. Brooke Roberts (1917-2003). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXXI): 372-373, 2003.
  404. Deng S, Vatamaniuk M, Huang X, Doliba N, Lian MM, Frank A, Velidedeoglu E, Desai NM, Koeberlein B, Wolf B, Barker CF, Naji A, Matschinsky FM and Markmann JF. Structural and functional abnormalities in the islets isolated from type 2 diabetic subjects. Diabetes. 2004 Mar; 53(3): 624-32.
  405. Barker CF, Kaiser LR. Is surgical science dead? The Excelsior Society lecture.J Amer Coll Surg. 2004 Jan; 198(1): 1-19.
  406. Kaiser L, Buyske J and Barker CF. Department of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Archives of Surgery. 139(3); March 2004: 242-244.
  407. Barker CF. Invited Commentary: Transplant Options After Pancreatectomy, Gruessner, et. al. J Am Coll Surg. 2004 April; 198(4): 568.
  408. Barker CF, Brayman K,Markmann JF, Naji A, Olthoff KM and Shaked A. Transplantation of Abdominal Organs. Chapter 25 in Sabiston Textbook of Surgery: The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice, 16th edition. Townsend CM Jr., Beauchamp RD, Evers BM and Mattox KL (eds.) Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co,2004, 25: 429-470.
  409. Velazquez OC, Woo EY, Carpenter JP, Golden MA, Barker CF and Fairman RM. Decreased use of iliac extensions and reduced graft junctions with softward-assisted centerline measurements in selection of endograft components for endovascular aneurysm repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 2004 Aug; 40(2): 222-227.
  410. Lee MK, Moore DJ, Jarrett BP, Lian MM, Deng S, Huang X, Markmann JW, Chiaccio M, Barker CF, Caton AJ and Markmann JF. Promotion of allograft survival by CD4+CD25+ Regulatory Cells: Evidence for in vivo inhibition of effector cell proliferation. Journal of Immunology, 2004; 172: 6539-6544.
  411. Frank A, Deng S, Xiaolun H, Velidedeoglu E, Yong-Suk BS, Liu C, Abt P, Stephenson R, Muhammad M, Thambipillai T, Markmann E, Palanjian M, Sellers, M, Naji A, Barker CF and Markmann JF. Transplantation for type I diabetes: comparison of vascularized whole-organ pancreas with isolated pancreatic islets. Annals of Surgery, 2004 Oct; 240(4): 631-643.
  412. Barker CF. Altemeier's Rules. Chapter 7 in History of the Society of Clinical Surgery 1976-2001. Barker WF. (ed). Society of Clinical Surgery, 2004, pp. 73-86.
  413. Barker CF. Julius Mackie (1928-2003). Transactions of the Southern Surgical Association. (CXVI): pp. 355-356, 2004.
  414. Barker, CF. Jonathan E. Rhoads (1907-2002). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. V. 149, No. 3; September, 2005.
  415. Barker CF. Thomas Langfitt (1927-2005). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXXIV): 321-322, 2005.
  416. Rickels MR, Schutta MH, Mueller R, Markmann, JF, Barker CF, Naji A and Teff KL. Islet cell hormonal responses to hypoglycemia after human islet transplantation for type I diabetes. Diabetes, 2005 Nov; 54, pp. 3205-3211.
  417. Rickels MR, Schutta MH, Markmann JF, Barker CF, Naji A and Teff KL. ß-Cell function following human islet transplantation for type I diabetes. Diabetes, 2005 54: 100-106.
  418. Frank AM, Barker CF and Markmann JF. Comparison of whole pancreas and isolated islet transplantation for type I diabetes. Advances in Surgery, 2005; 39: 137-163.
  419. Lee MK 4th, Moore DJ, Chiaccio M, Lian MM, Deng S, Mohiuddin M, Huang X, Koeberlein B, Zakheim A, Porrett PM, Barker CF, Caton AJ, Markmann JF. T-reg mediated suppression of the allograft response in the draining lymph node. Transplantation, 2006 April 15; 81 (7): 1063-6.
  420. Markmann JF, Yeh H, Naji A, Olthoff KM, Shaked A and Barker CF. Transplantation of Abdominal Organs. Chapter 28 in Sabiston Book of Surgery: The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice, 17th edition. Townsend CM, Jr., Beauchamp RD, Evers BM and Maddox KL (eds.) Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders CO, 2007.
  421. Liu C, Noorchashm H, Sutter JA, Naji M, Prak EL, Rickels J, Tomaszewski JE, Koeberlein B, Wang Z, Paessler ME, Yu EM, Barker CF, Naji A. B Lymphocyte-directed immunotherapy promotes long-term allograft survival in nonhuman primates. Nature Medicine, 13, 28 October 2007, pp. 1295-1298.
  422. Barker CF. Cletus W. Schwegman (1914-2006). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXXV): 392-394, 2007.
  423. Porrett PM, Yeh H, Frank A, Deng S, Kim JI, Barker CF and Markmann JF. Availability of suitable islet donors in the United States. Transplantation 84(2), 280-2, 2007.
  424. Barker CF. Francis Rosato (1934-2006). Transactions of the American Surgical Association. (CXXV): 389-391, 2007.
  425. Starzl T and Barker C. The Origin of Clinical Organ Transplantation Revisited. JAMA, 301 (19): 2041-2043, 2009.
  426. Barker CF. The Jayne Lecture: Thomas Eakins and His Medical Clinics. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. v.153, no. 1, pp. 1-47, 2009.
  427. Barker CF. James Thompson (1928-2008). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. Vol. 154, No. 3; March, 2010.
  428. Barker CF and NAJI A. Review Article: Studies of Immune Mechanisms of Diabetes and Treatment with Isolated Pancreatic Islets. Journal of Medical Sciences, (in press, 2010).
  429. Barker CF. Genius on the Edge: Bizarre Double Life of Dr. William Steward Halsted. Journal of Clinical Investigation. Vol. 120, No. 7, July 2010.
  430. arker CF.  James Thompson (1928-2008). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society.  Vol. 154, No. 3; March, 2010.
  431. Porrett PM, Kamoun M, Parsons R, Bloom R, Goral S, Reese P, Grossman R, Baluarte J, Bleicher M, Levine M, Barker CF, Olthoff KM, Shaked A and Abt P: Kidney Transplantation at the University of Pennsylvania, 1998-2008 in Clinical Transplantation 2009.  Cecka JM and Terasaki PI (Eds.). Los Angeles: UCLA Immunogenetics Center, 2010, 143-152.
  432. Barker CF and Naji A.  Review Article: Studies of Immune Mechanisms of Diabetes and Treatment with Isolated Pancreatic Islets.  Journal of Medical Sciences, (in press).
  433. Barker CF.   Medawar Prize, Acceptance Speech, Transplantation. Vol. 90, No. 12, December 27, 2010, pp. 1253-1259.
  434. Starzl TE and Barker CF. Shared Trail of Organ, Limb and Face Transplantation. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society.  Vol. 155, No. 1, March, 2011.
Abstracts
  1. Barker, E.S., Corriere, J.N., Jr., Barker, C.F., Roberts, B. and Clark, J.K.: Effect of Uremia on Renal Functions: Acute Adaptation and its Reversal. Fed. Proc. 27:629, 1968.
  2. Lubaroff, D.M., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: The Capacity of Lymph Node Cells to Induce Tolerance of Heart and Skin Homografts in Rats. Fed. Proc. 30:357, 1971.
  3. Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M. and Barker, C.F.: Islet Transplantation in Streptozotocin Induced Diabetes in Rats. Diabetes 22, Suppl. I, 295, 1973.
  4. Barker, C.F., Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M., Galbut, D. and Naji, A.: Physiological and Immunological Considerations in Selection of Pancreatic Islet Transplant Sites. Diabetes 23:359, 1974.
  5. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Reckard, C.R. and Ziegler, M.M.: The Lever as a Possible Immunologically Privileged Site for Pancreatic Islet Allografts. Diabetes 24:418, 1975.
  6. DeFronzo, R.A., Goldberg, M., Cooke, C.R., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A. and Agus, Z.S.: Hyperkalemia Post Renal Transplantation. Amer. Soc. of Nephrology, 8th Annual Meeting, 100, 1975.
  7. Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Reckard, C.R., Ziegler, M.M. and Frangipane, L.G.: Influence of Antibody on Islet Allografts in Tolerant Rats. Diabetes 25, Suppl. 1:338, 1976.
  8. Friedman, H.M., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A., Glazer, J., Starvetsky, A., Perloff, L.J. and Plotkin, S.A.: CMV Infection and Renal Transplant Rejection: Implications for Vaccine. ICAAC, October, 1977.
  9. Frangipane, L.G., Barker, C.F. and Silvers, W.K.: Islet Transplantation in Genetically Determined Murine Diabetes. Diabetes 26:379, 1977.
  10. Murray, T., Eisen, C., Grossman, R.A. and Barker, C.F.: Hyperparathyroidism and Hypercalcemia after Renal Transplantation. Proc. of the Int. Congress of Nephrol., 1978.
  11. Glazer, J.P., Friedman, H., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Starr, S.E. and Plotkin, S.A.: A Cytomegalovirus Vaccine Trial in Renal Transplant Candidates. Proc. Of the Soc. of Ped. Res., 1978.
  12. Spence, R.K., Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Advantages of Transplanted Whole Fetal Pancreas over Adult Isolated Islets in Rats. Proc. of the Eur. Soc. for Surg. Res., 1978.
  13. Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J. and Plotkin, S.A.: A Cytomegalovirus Vaccine Trial in Renal Transplant Rejection: Implications for Preventive Therapy. ICAAC, October, 1979.
  14. Golshan, N., Barker, C.F. and MacGregor, R.R.: Granulocyte Function in Renal Transplant Patients. Clinic. Res. 626A, 1979.
  15. Perloff, L.J. and Barker, C.F.: Survival Rates of Immediately Vascularized Skin Allografts. Proc. of Soc.Univ. Surg. 4th. Tripartite Mtg., 1979.
  16. Friedman, H.M., Grossman, R.A., Barker, C.F., Perloff, L.J., Starvetsky, A. and Plotkin, S.A.: Kidney Rejection and Cytomegalovirus Infection: Implications for Preventive Therapy. Current Chemotherapy and Inf. Disease. Proc. 11th. ICC and 19th. KAAC ASM: Washington, D.C., 1980 (Ed.) John Nelson, Carlo Grasis.
  17. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Immunosuppression in Viral Murine Diabetes. Diabetes 29, Suppl. 2, 207,1980.
  18. Dafoe, D.C., Naji, A., Plotkin, S. and Barker, C.F.: Manipulation of the Immune System Alters Susceptibility to Virally Induced Diabetes. Diabetes 30, Suppl. 1:55A, 1981.
  19. Spence, R.K., Alavi, A., Barker, C.F., Grossman, R.A., Slaven, B. and Steinberg, M.D.: Osteonecrosis in the Renal Transplant Recipient - A Prospective Study. Third Internal Symposium on Bone Circulation, 1982.
  20. Dafoe, D.C., Moore, C., Naji, A., Gadzik, J. and Barker, C.F.: Islet Transplantation Fails to Cure Genetic Diabetes Caused by Extrapancreatic Factors. Diabetes 31: Suppl. 2, 20, 1982.
  21. Bartlett, S.T., Naji, A., Silvers, W.K. and Barker, C.F.: The Role of Histocompatibility in Cultured Islet Allograft Survival. Diabetes. 32:Suppl. 1, 150A, 1983.
  22. Francfort, J.W., Naji, A., Frohman, M., Woehrle, M., Balshi, J., Markmann, D., Silvers, W. and Barker, C.F.: Activated" T Lymphocytes Are Predictors of the Diabetic State. Surgery 98:251-257, 1985.
  23. Brayman, K. L., Hickey, W.F., Kimura, H., Silvers, W.K., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Cyclosporine and Thymic Reticular MHC Class I and II Gene Product Expression. Presented at First International Symposium on Monitoring and Manipulation in Autoimmune Disease and Organ Transplantation, Montebello, Canada, July, 1985.
  24. Woehrle, M., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Transplantation of Cultured Pancreatic Islets to BB Rats. Accepted for Presentation to the Society of University Surgeons. Richmond, VA, February 1986.
  25. Brayman, K.L., Armstrong, J., Silvers, W.K., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Intermittent Cyclosporine Administration and Prevention of Diabetes in the BB Rat. Accepted for presentation and publication at the International Symposium on Complications of Diabetes. The Hague, The Netherlands, March, 1986.
  26. Woehrle, M., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Tissue Culture Delays Rejection of Islet Allografts in Spontaneous Diabetes. Accepted for presentation and publication at the International Symposium on Complications of Diabetes. The Hague, The Netherlands, March, 1986.
  27. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Neonatal Bone Marrow Transplantation and the Prevention of Diabetes in BB Rats. Pancreas. 1:358, 1986.
  28. Woehrle, M., Markmann, J.F., Armstrong, J., Silvers, W.K., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Effect of Transplant Site on Islet Allografts in Rats.
  29. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: The Immunoregulation of Autoimmune Diabetes in BB Rats is MHC-Restricted. Diabetes 36 (Suppl. 1):65A, 1987.
  30. Markmann, J.F., Jacobson, J.D., Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Protection of Transplanted Islets from Recurrent Autoimmune Damage by Antibodies Specific for Lymphocyte Subsets. The first International Congress on Pancreatic and Islet Transplantation, Sweden, December 1987.
  31. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Evidence for MHC-restricted Immunoregulation of Spontaneous Autoimmune Diabetes in the BB Rat. Fed. Proc. 46:1361, 1987.
  32. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Silvers, W.K., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: The immunoregulation of Autoimmune Diabetes in BB Rats in MHC-Restricted. Diabetes 36:7A, 1988.
  33. Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: The Severity of Lymphopenia Predicts Autoimmune Diabetes in BB Rats. FASEB 2 (6) 1671A, 1988.
  34. Brayman, K.L., Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Prevention of Diabetes in BB Rats Requires Lymphocytes Functionally Restricted to MHC-compatible Thymic Determinants. Diabetes 37 (Suppl. 1): 218 (A), 1988.
  35. Choti, M, Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Absence of Alloresponsiveness of Purified T Helper Lymphocytes from BB rats. Diabetes 37 (Suppl. 1):776(A), 1988.
  36. Markmann, J.F., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Immunological Relevance of Enhanced MHC Expression by Beta Cell. Diabetes 37 (Suppl. 1): 775A), 1988.
  37. Jacobson, J.D., Markmann, J.F., Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Protection of Islet Allografts from Recurrent Autoimmunity in BB Rats by AGMI. Diabetes 37:7A, 1988.
  38. Markmann, J.F. Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Does an Islet Cell Defect Contribute to Induction of Autoimmunity in BB Rats? Diabetes 37:11A, 1988.
  39. Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji A.: Characterization of a New Pattern of Lymphopenia in Diabetic Prone BB Rats. Diabetes 37:11A, 1988.
  40. Brayman, K.L., Barker, C.F. and Naji A.: Transplantation of the Thymus in Immunodeficient Diabetes-Prone BB Rats. Br. J. Surg. 75:1229, 1988.
  41. Naji, A., Markmann, J.F., Kimura, H. and Barker, C.F.: Modulation of Islet MHC Antigens by Lymphokines Alters Their Vulnerability to in vitro Lysis by Alloreactive Cytotoxic T-Lymphocytes. Diabetes 38 291, 1989. (Stockholm, Sweden, 1988).
  42. Lenrow, D., Luketich, J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F.: Immune Modulation of the BB Rats by Essential Fatty Acid Deficient (EFAD) Diet. Diabetes 38: (Suppl. 2):47, 1989.
  43. Deaton, D.H., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Effect of Selective Depletion of Donor CD8+ Lymphocytes on Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) in Small Bowel Transplantation (SBT). Presented at the International Symposium on Small Bowel Transplantation, October 1989.
  44. Brayman, K.L., Sutherland, D.E.R., Naji, A. and Barker, C.F.: Cellular Transplants of Hematopoietic and Endocrine Origin to Determine the Pathogenesis of Autoimmunity and to Prevent Beta Cell Destruction in Type I Diabetes Mellitus. Cell Transplantation 1:193, 1992.
  45. Friedman, A.L. Palanjian, M., Holland, T., Naji, A., Brayman, K.L., Kobrin, S., Barker, C.F. and Grossman, R.A.: Evaluation of Comorbid Disease in Elderly Uremic Patients Delays Placement of Cadaveric Donor Kidney Transplants Lists. XIIth International Congress of Nephrology, Jerusalem, Israel, 1993.
  46. Ketchum, R.J., Nicolae, M., Jahr, H., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: In Vitro Assessment of Human Islets for Transplantation: A Comparison of Glucose Stimulated Insulin Secretion from Freshly Isolated Versus Cultured Human Islets. 4th International Congress of Pancreas and Islet Transplantation. Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1993.
  47. Nicolae, M., Ketchum, R.J., Koeberlein, B., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Islet Xenografts in Mice and Rats: I. Exocrine Tissue is Detrimental to Engraftment and Survival of Human Islet Xenografts. 4th International Congress of Pancreas and Islet Transplantation, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1993.
  48. Jahr, H., Nicolae, M., Ketchum, R.J., Koeberlein, B., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Islet Xenografts in Mice and Rats: II. Mixed Islet-Spleen Cell Assay to Analyze Nitric Oxide Production and Inhibition in Xenogeneic Species Combination. 4th International Congress of Pancreas and Islet Transplantation, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1993.
  49. Brayman, K.L., Ketchum, R.J., Nicolae, M. and Barker, C.F.: Isolation of Human Islets of Langerhans and In Vitro Analysis of Islet Function. Pancreas Club, Boston, MA., 1993.
  50. Brayman, K.L., Jahr, H., Ketchum, R.J., Field, J., Lloveras, J.J., Nicolae, M., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., Najarian, J.S., and Sutherland, D.E.R.
  51. Studies in Islet Xenotransplantation: Of Dogs and Men to Mice and Rats. American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, 1993.
  52. Markmann, J.F., Bassiri, H., Kim, B.A., Desai, N.M., Teh, H.S. and Barker, C.F.: Clonal Deletion Following Intrathymic (IT) Injection in T-Cell Receptor (TCR) Transgenic Mice. American Society of Transplant Surgeons, May, 1993.
  53. Contis, J., O'Connor, T., Holland, G., Schnall, M., Carpenter, J., Friedman, A., Perloff, L.J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Evaluation of Bladder Drained Whole Pancreaticoduodenal Transplants With Magnetic Resonance Angiography. Amsterdam, 1993.
  54. Contis, J., O'Connor, T., Holland, G., Carpenter, J., Schnall, M., Friedman, A.L., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Non-Invasive Evaluation of Vascular Complications Following Renal Transplantation with Magnetic Resonance Angiography. 6th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation. Athens, Greece, 1993.
  55. Contis, J., Brayman, K.L., Egidi, F., Naji, A., Friedman, A.L., Grossman, R., Kobrin, S., Berlin, J. and Barker, C.F.: The Fate of Living Donor and Cadaver Renal Allografts in Diabetic Recipients in the Cyclosporine Era. 6th. Congress of the European Society of Organ Transplantation. Athens, Greece, 1993.
  56. Nicolae, M., Ketchum, R.J., Jahr, H., Friedman, A.L., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L: Characterization of Cadaveric Human Donors for Successful Human Islet Isolation. 6th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation. Athens, Greece, 1993.
  57. Jahr, H., Nicolae, M., Braun, K., Ketchum, R.J., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Islet Xenografts in Mice and Rats: Endotoxin-Like Substances in Collagenase and Ficoll Promote Nitric Oxide Production and Primary Non-function. 6th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation. Athens, Greece, 1993.
  58. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Park, D.H., Perloff, J.R., Betz, J.K., Grodberg, J.B., Naji, A., Barker, C.F. and Brayman, K.L.: Engraftment and Function of Intrathymic Pancreatic Islet Autografts in Dogs. Koyoto, Japan.
  59. Friedman, A.L., Palanjian, M., Holland, T., Eisen, H., Brayman, K.L., Naji, A., Kobrin, S., Barker C.F., and Grossman, R.G.: A Spectrum of Uremic Patients Referred for Transplant in 1990. 6th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation. Athens, Greece. 1993.
  60. Levy, M.L., Nicolae, M., Ketchum, R.J., Markmann, J.F., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: In Vitro Culture Abolishes the Nitric Oxide Stimulatory Capacity of Syngeneic and Allogeneic Pancreatic Islets of Langerhans. Residents Meeting, Society of University Surgeons, Jackson, Mississippi. February 12, 1994.
  61. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Park, D.H., Perloff, J.R., Betz, J.K., Grodberg, J.B., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Engraftment and Survival of Autologous Canine Islets Transplanted to the Thymus. Eighth Annual Local Researchers Day, American Diabetes Association, Philadelphia, PA. January 29, 1994.
  62. Ketchum, R.J., Levy, M.M., Perloff, J.R., Park, D.H., Betz, J.K., Grodberg, J.B., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Evaluation of Human Islet Isolation Based on Donor Characteristics. Eighth Annual Local Researchers Day, American Diabetes Association, Philadelphia, PA. January 29, 1994.
  63. Friedman, A.L., Tino, G., Eyer, J., Naji, A., Brayman, K.L., and Barker, C.F.: Incidence of Gas Exchange Impairment (Diminished DLCO) in Candidates for Liver Transplantation. American Society of Transplant Physicians. Chicago, IL, 1994.
  64. Friedman, A.L., Hood, K., Naji, A., Brayman, K.L., Grossman, R., Kobrin, S., and Barker, C.F.: Dose Reduction of Equine Anti-Thymocyte-Globulin (ATGAM) Therapy Limits Long Term Efficacy in Treatment of Steroid Resistant Kidney and Kidney-Pancreas Rejection. 15th Congress of the Transplantation Society, Kyoto, Japan. 1994.
  65. Friedman, A.L., Eyer, J., Lorber, M.I., Basadonna, G.P., Barker, C.F., Naji, A., Brayman, K.L., and Navarro, V.J. Practical Limits to Pretransplant Screening for Hepatic Cancer. Hepatology. 20:A348, 1994.
  66. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Perloff, J.R., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Intrathymic Transplantation of Pancreatic Islet Auto- and Allografts in Large Animals. 55th Scientific Sessions, American Diabetes Association. Diabetes. 44(Suppl.1): 9A, 1995.
  67. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Perloff, J.R., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: A Model for Successful Engraftment of Intrathymic Islet Allografts in Dogs: The Role for Delayed Native Pancreatectomy and Short Term Islet Culture. 5th International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association. Miami, FL. June, 1995.
  68. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Perloff, J.R., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Metabolic Evaluation of Canine Recipients of Successful Intrathymic Islet Allografts. 5th International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association. Miami, FL. June 1995.
  69. Levy, M.M., Ketchum, R.J., Perloff, J.R., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Successful Transplantation of Islet Allografts in the Canine Thymus with Cyclosporin Monotherapy. American Society of Transplant Surgeons. May 1995.
  70. DeMatteo, R.P., Raper, S.E., Barker, C.F., Wilson, J.M., Markmann, J.F.: Exogenous Gene Transfer to the Thymus in vivo: A Novel Means to Manipulate the Immune Repertoire. 115th Annual Meeting of the American Surgical Association, 1995.
  71. Ahn, M., Sohn, C., Chang, E., Chu, G., DeMatteo, R.P., Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F.: Role of Humoral Immunity in Pancreatic Islet allo- and xenograft rejection. International Congress for Pancreas and Islet Transplantation, 1995.
  72. DeMatteo, R.P., Ahn, M., Chu, G, Chang, E., Burke, C., Raper, S.E., Barker, C.F., Markmann, J.F.: Immunological Barriers to Hepatic Adenoviral Gene Therapy for Transplantation. 22nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Transplant Surgeons, 1996.
  73. Chu, G., Markmann, J.F., Ahn, M., Chang, E., DeMatteo, R.P., Ketchum, R., Brayman, K.L., Deng, S., Barker, C.F.: Xenogeneic but not Allogeneic Islet Graft Survival in Recipients Lacking Humoral Immunity and MHC Class II Antigens. International Congress of Transplantation, 1996.
  74. Weber, M., Sellers, M., Aradhye, S., Grossman, R.A., Shaw, L.M., Naji, A., Barker, C.F., and Brayman, K.L.: Single Center Analysis of Mycophenolate Mofetil/Neoral/Prednisone Therapy for Prophylaxis of Rejection in African-American and Caucasian Renal Transplant Recipients. XVI International Congress of the Transplantation Society. August 1996.
  75. Yang, Z, Chen, M., Rostami, S., Gelman, A., Shen, X, Shaked, A., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Induction of Prolonged Allograft Survival by CTLA4Ig Gene Transfer. American Society of Gene Therapy.
  76. DeMatteo, R.P., Chu, G., Chang, E., Burke, C., Barker, C.F. and Markmann, J.F.: Prospects For Hepatic Adenoviral Gene Therapy in Transplantation. Transplant. Proc. (In Press).
  77. Dong, Z, Chen, M., Uchikoshi, F., Capocci, P., Barker, C.F. and Naji, A.: Impediment of Autoimmune Diabetes Recurrence by Uteroglobulin Gene Transfer. Diabetes. 48:A58, 1999.
  78. Train JL, Song HK, Lerner SM, Barker CF, Naji A, and Markmann, JF. In Vitro characterization of the human cellular xenoimmune response. Presented at the American College of Surgeons, 1999, Chicago IL.
  79. Markmann, JF, Deng S, Huang X, Liu C, Velidedeoglu E, Desai NM, Markmann E, Wolf B, Bell E, Matschinsky F, Schutta M, Brayman KL, Barker CF and Naji A. Reversal of Type I diabetes by transplanting isolated pancreatic islets from single donors. American Transplant Congress 2002, Washington DC.
  80. Markmann JF, Deng S, Huang X, Liu C, Velidedeoglu E, Desai NM, Frank A, Wolf B, Bell E, Schutta M, Barker CF and Naji A. Reversal of diabetes using islets procured from a single non-heart beating donor. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA.
  81. Markmann JF, Deng D, Huang X, Frank A, Velidedeoglu E, Desai N, Wolf B, Matschinsky F, Doliba N, Vitamaniuk M, Barker CF and Naji A. Factors that correlate with insulin independence following single infusion islet transplantation. American Transplant Congress 2003, Washington, DC.
  82. Markmann, JF, Desai NM, Goss JA, Deng S, Siegelman E, Rosen M, Barker CF and Naji A. Is the liver optimal site for islet transplantation? American Transplant Congress 2003, Washington, DC.
  83. Velidedeoglu E, Deng S, Vatamaniuk M, Huang X, Doliba N, Frank A, Desai N, Wolf B, Matschinsky FM, Barker CF, Naji A and Markmann, JF. Successful islet transplantation using old donors. American Transplant Congress 2003, Washington, DC.
  84. Rickels MR, Schutta M, Markmann JF, Barker CF, Naji A and Teff KL. Beta-Cell following human islet transplantation for type I diabetes mellitus: preliminary results. Submitted to ADA 2003.

Dr. Clyde Barker

 
footer Terms of Use Legal Disclaimer Site Map Contact Us Financial Assistance About Penn Medicine Privacy Statement
penn medicine