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Differences among immunosuppressive agents.
  1. G H Hitchings


    Immunosuppressive agents have diverse (although often multiple) sites of action in the cell sequences that are involved in immune responses. New routes to selectivity are apparent at both the cellular and the biochemical level. Meanwhile, clinical work is finding new uses and more selective employment of the currently available agents.

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