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Synonyms for immunosuppressor

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Application of immunosuppressor in organ transplantation contributes to the activation and replication of polyomavirus; and JCV replication can be detected in 40% over renal transplantation recipients.
This is especially so given the development of cyclosporine, an immunosuppressor that prevents body from rejecting transplant and thus increases viability of transplantation.
Rapamycin, an immunosuppressor used to inhibit transplanted organ rejection, was originally discovered as having antibiotic properties in the mid-1970s.
She had no history of immunomodulator, immunosuppressor or regular anti-inflammatory medication use.
Today it is used as an immunosuppressor to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients.
Rapamycin, first discovered in the 1970s in soil samples from the island, famous for its monoliths, is currently used as an immunosuppressor to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients.
Detection of Chicken Infectious Anemia Antibodies and Their Relationship With Other Immunosuppressor Virus in Broilers Chicken.
Information on immunosuppression was obtained for patients with a history of cancer, organ transplants, splenectomy, HIV infection (when the CD4+ T-cell count was <200 cells/[micro]L), and immunosuppressor or steroid treatment ([greater than or equal to] 0.
John's wort greatly compromises the action of two prescription drugs, indinavir, an HIV protease inhibitor drug, and cyclosporin, an immunosuppressor drug used to prevent organ transplant rejection.
FKBP12 is a 12-kd cis-transpeptidyl-prolyl isomerase that binds the immunosuppressor drug FK506, (54) is necessary for the normal gating of ryanodine receptor channel, (55) is a negative regulator of TGF-[beta] endocytosis, (56) and also is a regulator of cell cycle.
Patients with inactive UC and CD were treated with 5-ASA and 5-ASA plus the immunosuppressor azathioprine, respectively.
Psoraxine(R) is a protein-based therapy that is believed to act as an immunostimulator, rather than an immunosuppressor.
Therefore, it is fundamental to find a balance between the immunosuppressor effect of the drugs and the immunological response of the host in order to prevent the appearance of opportunistic infections that cause the inflammatory state and acute dysfunction of the graft (AGD) [13].