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FK506


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FK506

FK506

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

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

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.

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

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

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

Successful treatment using tacrolimus (FK506) in a patient with TNF receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS) complicated by monocytic fasciitis

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

 

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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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