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  1. Adissu, H.A., Hamel-Jolette, A. & Foster, R.A., Lymphocytic Adenohypophysitis and Adrenalitis in a Dog With Adrenal and Thyroid Atrophy. Vet Pathol, 2010. . View PDF
  2. Anigstein, L., E.G. Rennels, and D.M. Anigstein, Inhibitory effects of antirat pituitary serum (APS) on hypophysectomized rats injected with pituitary hormones. Acta Endocrinol (Copenh), 1960. 139-160. View PDF
  3. Beck, J.S. and J.M. Melvin, Chronic adenohypophysitis in a rhesus monkey immunised with extracts of human placenta. J Pathol, 1970. 125-9. View PDF
  4. Beutner, E.H., A. Djanian, and E. Witebsky, Serological studies on rabbit antibodies to the rabbit anterior pituitary. Immunology, 1964. 172-181. View PDF
  5. Davis, J.R., R.F. McMahon, P.R. Lowenstein, M.G. Castro, G.A. Lincoln, and A.S. McNeilly, Adenovirus-mediated gene transfer in the ovine pituitary gland is associated with hypophysitis. J Endocrinol, 2002. 265-71. View PDF
  6. De Jersey, J., D. Carmignac, P. Le Tissier, T. Barthlott, I. Robinson, and B. Stockinger, Factors affecting the susceptibility of the mouse pituitary gland to CD8 T-cell-mediated autoimmunity. Immunology, 2004. 254-61. View PDF
  7. de Jersey, J., D. Carmignac, T. Barthlott, I. Robinson, and B. Stockinger, Activation of CD8 T cells by antigen expressed in the pituitary gland. J Immunol, 2002. 6753-9. View PDF
  8. Iwama, S., A. De Remigis, M.K. Callahan, S.F. Slovin, J.D. Wolchok, and P. Caturegli, Pituitary expression of ctla-4 mediates hypophysitis secondary to administration of ctla-4 blocking antibody. Sci Transl Med, 2014. 230ra45. View PDF
  9. Kestner, O., Antibodies organ-specific against the anterior body of the pituitary gland. J Physiol, 1938. 273-275. View PDF
  10. Klein, I., K.E. Kraus, A.J. Martines, and S. Weber, Evidence for cellular mediated immunity in an animal model of autoimmune pituitary disease. Endocr Res Commun, 1982. 145-53. View PDF
  11. Koike, H., T. Kanda, M. Motooka, J. Tamura, and I. Kobayashi, Anti-pituitary antibody-induced multiple endocrine disorders in mice. J Int Med Res, 2001. 22-7. View PDF
  12. Landek-Salgado MA, Rose NR, Caturegli P., Placenta suppresses experimental autoimmune hypophysitis through soluble TNF receptor 1. Journal of autoimmunity, 2011. . View PDF
  13. Lee, H.S., A serologic and histopathologic study of the adenohypophysis in rats immunized with extracts of isologous rat anterior pituitary in Freund's adjuvant and pertussis toxin. Seoul Journal of Medicine, 1977. 184-194. View PDF
  14. Levine, S., Allergic adenophypophysitis: new experimental disease of the pituitary gland. Science, 1967. 1190-1191. View PDF
  15. Levine, S., Allergic adrenalitis and adenohypophysitis: further observations on production and passive transfer. Endocrinology, 1969. 469-475. View PDF
  16. Lupi I, Zhang J, Gutenberg A, Landek-Salgado M, Tzou SC, Mori S, Caturegli P., From pituitary expansion to empty sella: disease progression in a mouse model of autoimmune hypophysitis.. Endocrinology, 2011. 4190-4198. View PDF
  17. McAllister, M.M., Adenohypophysitis associated with sebaceous gland atrophy in a dog. Vet Pathol, 1991. 340-1. View PDF
  18. Meij BP, Voorhout G, Gerritsen RJ, Grinwis GC, Ijzer J, Lymphocytic hypophysitis in a dog with diabetes insipidus. J Comp Pathol, 2012. 503-507. View PDF
  19. Milgrom, F., Z.M. Tuggac, and E. Witebsky, Organ-Specific Antigens of Liver, Testicle and Pituitary. J Immunol, 1965. 157-163. View PDF
  20. Onodera, T., U.R. Ray, K.A. Melez, H. Suzuki, A. Toniolo, and A.L. Notkins, Virus-induced diabetes mellitus: autoimmunity and polyendocrine disease prevented by immunosuppression. Nature, 1982. 66-8. View PDF
  21. Pierpaoli, W., and E. Sorkin, A study on anti-pituitary serum. Immunology, 1969. 311-318. View PDF
  22. Rotondo, F. Quintanar-Stephano, A. Asa, S. L. Lombardero, M. Berczi, I. Scheithauer, B. W. Horvath, E. Kovacs, K., Adenohypophysitis in rat pituitary allografts. Int J Exp Pathol, 2010. . View PDF
  23. Southgate, T.D., D. Stone, J.C. Williams, P.R. Lowenstein, and M.G. Castro, long-term transgene expression within the anterior pituitary gland in situ: impact on circulating hormone levels, cellular and antibody-mediated immune responses. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2001. 464-476. View PDF
  24. Triplett, E.L., On the mechanism of immunologic recognition. J Immunol, 1962. 505-510. View PDF
  25. Tzou, S.C., I. Lupi, M. Landek, A. Gutenberg, Y.M. Tzou, H. Kimura, G. Pinna, N.R. Rose, and P. Caturegli, Autoimmune Hypophysitis of SJL mice: Clinical Insights from a New Animal Model. Endocrinology, 2008. . View PDF
  26. Watanabe, K., H. Tada, Y. Shimaoka, Y. Hidaka, K. Tatsumi, Y. Izumi, and N. Amino, Characteristics of experimental autoimmune hypophysitis in rats: major antigens are growth hormone, thyrotropin, and luteinizing hormone in this model. Autoimmunity, 2001. 265-74. View PDF
  27. Yoon, J.W., D.S. Choi, H.C. Liang, H.S. Baek, I.Y. Ko, H.S. Jun, and S. Gillam, Induction of an organ-specific autoimmune disease, lymphocytic hypophysitis, in hamsters by recombinant rubella virus glycoprotein and prevention of disease by neonatal thymectomy. Journal of Virology, 1992. 1210-4. View PDF