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Concept Immunosuppressive Agents
Academic Article Respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia in a lung transplant recipient: case report.
Academic Article Low rate of acute lung allograft rejection after the use of daclizumab, an interleukin 2 receptor antibody.
Academic Article Lung transplantation at Loyola University Medical Center.
Academic Article Suggested guidelines for the use of tacrolimus in lung-transplant recipients.
Academic Article Symptom experiences of lung transplant recipients: comparisons across gender, pretransplantation diagnosis, and type of transplantation.
Academic Article Comparison of three tacrolimus-based immunosuppressive regimens in lung transplantation.
Academic Article An update on clinical outcomes in heart and lung transplantation.
Academic Article Cylex ImmuKnow assay levels are lower in lung transplant recipients with infection.
Academic Article Elevation of interleukin-15 protein expression in bronchoalveolar fluid in acute lung allograft rejection.
Academic Article Comparison of sirolimus with azathioprine in a tacrolimus-based immunosuppressive regimen in lung transplantation.
Academic Article Increased risk of venous thromboembolism with a sirolimus-based immunosuppression regimen in lung transplantation.
Academic Article Differentiated transplant derived airway epithelial cell cytokine secretion is not regulated by cyclosporine.
Academic Article Immunosuppressive regimens in lung transplant recipients.
Academic Article Decreased incidence of cytomegalovirus infection with sirolimus in a post hoc randomized, multicenter study in lung transplantation.
Academic Article Transplant recipients are vulnerable to coverage denial under Medicare Part D.

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