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Correlation between use of immunosuppressive agents and transplant-acquired allergies in renal transplant recipients.

著者 Guo Y , Fang J , Ma J , Li G , Zhang L , He J , Xu L , Lai X , Yin W , Xiong Y , Liu L , Zhang Y , Pan G , Chen Z
Transl Androl Urol.2019 Oct ; 8(5):442-447.
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Although immunosuppressive agents used in recipients of organ transplants can suppress T cell immune responses, type I allergy to ingested or inhaled allergens after organ transplantation have frequently been reported in pediatric patients. This study aims to investigate the relationship between the use of immunosuppressive agents and the transplant-acquired allergy (TAA) in adult renal transplant recipients (RTRs).
PMID: 31807421 [PubMed]
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