A prospective study of FK506 versus CsA and pig ATG in a porcine model of small bowel transplantation

R. W G Gruessner, J. P. Fryer, C. Fasola, R. E. Nakhleh, A. C. Gruessner, S. Kim, D. L. Dunn, J. Pirenne, I. Bekersky, E. Benedetti, Christoph Troppmann

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