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FK506


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FK506

FK506

Clinical and mechanistic differences between FK506 (tacrolimus) and cyclosporin A

Peptidyl-prolyl isomerase activity of FK506 binding protein 12 prevents tau peptide from aggregating

A successful pregnancy in a kidney recipient with tacrolimus (Prograf, FK 506) therapy.

FK506, a Calcineurin Inhibitor, Prevents Cadmium-Induced Testicular Toxicity in Mice

Renal interstitial fibrosis in children treated with FK506 for nephrotic syndrome

Pharmacokinetics of tacrolimus (FK 506) in children and adolescents with renal transplants.

Tacrolimus (FK506)-induced severe and late encephalopathy in a renal transplant recipient

Effects of FK506 on experimental membranous glomerulonephritis induced by cationized bovine serum albumin in rats.

Invasive Aspergillosis in Mice Immunosuppressed with Cyclosporin A, Tacrolimus (FK506), or Sirolimus (Rapamycin)

FK506-binding protein mutational analysis: defining the active-site residue contributions to catalysis and the stability of ligand complexes

The successful conversion to Tacrolimus (FK506) of a renal transplant recipient with cyclosporin-induced haemolytic-uraemic syndrome

Combination therapy with sirolimus (rapamycin) and tacrolimus (FK-506) in treatment of refractory minimal change nephropathy, a clinical case report

The successful conversion to Tacrolimus (FK506) of a renal transplant recipient with cyclosporin-induced haemolytic-uraemic syndrome

FK506 can activate transforming growth factor-β signalling in vascular smooth muscle cells and promote proliferation

Rapamycin antagonizes cyclosporin A‐ and tacrolimus (FK506)‐mediated augmentation of linker for activation of T cell expression in T cells

Neuroprotective effects of FK-506, l-carnitine and azathioprine on spinal cord ischemia-reperfusion injury

The Use of Cyclosporine, FK506, and SDZ NIM811 to Prevent CD25 Quiescent Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells from Producing Human Immunodeficiency Virus

 

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An immunosuppressive drug that inhibits activation of the transcription factor NFAT in T-cells. Like ciclosporin, binds to an immunophilin. See glomulin.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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