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(1985)Successful long-term organ transplantation has been made possible by the use of conventional immuno-suppression. In contrast with transplantation of other organs, transplantation of the kidney has become an accepted ...
The application, mechanism of action and side-effects of immunosuppressive agents in clinical transplantation (1986)The conventional agents (azathioprine and steroids) have been the mainstay of organ allograft immunosuppression for the past 20 years. The main drawback of the immunosuppressive agents at present in use is that they act ...