|Natural killer cell activity and lymphocyte subsets in parenteral heroin abusers and long-term methadone maintenance patients.|| ||Novick, D. M., Ochshorn, M., Ghali, V., Croxson, T. S., Mercer, W. D., Chiorazzi, N. and Kreek, M. J.
| ||Among heroin addicts from New York, having injected an average of 5.7 years, natural killer cell activity was reduced 2-fold and T4/T8-cell ratios from 2 to 1.5|
| ||The Journal of Pharmacologyt and Experimental Therapeutics 250: 606-610, 1989||1989|
|Mechanistic implications of the findings that opiates and other drugs of abuse moderate T-cell surface receptors and antigenic markers.|| ||Donahoe, R. M., Bueso-Ramos, C., Donahoe, F., Madden, J. J., Falek, A., Nicholson, J. K. A. and Bokos, P.
| ||In a group of 21 long-term heroin addicts, the ratio of helper to suppresser T-cells declined during 13 years from a normal of 2 to less than 1, which is typical of AIDS, but only 2 of the 21 were infected by HIV|
| ||Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 496: 711-721, 1987||1987|