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ATGAM® (lymphocyte immune globulin, anti-thymocyte globulin [equine]) References

15 REFERENCES

  1. Hardy MA, Nowygrod R, Elberg A, Appel G. Use of ATG in treatment of steroid-resistant rejection. Transplantation 1980; 29(2):162–4.
  2. Nowygrod R, Appel G, Hardy MA. Use of ATG for reversal of acute allograft rejection. Transplant Proc 1981; 13(1):469–72.
  3. Filo RS, Smith EJ, Leapman SB. Reversal of acute renal allograft rejection with adjunctive ATG therapy. Transplant Proc 1981; 13(1):482–90.
  4. Shield CF III, Cosimi AB, Tolkoff Rubin N, et al. Use of antithymocyte globulin for reversal of acute allograft rejection. Transplantation 1979; 28(6):461–4.
  5. Rubin RH, Cosimi AB, Hirsch MS, Herrin JT. Effects of antithymocyte globulin on cytomegalovirus infection in renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 1981; 31(2):143–5.
  6. Cosimi AB, Wortis HH, Delmonico FL, Russell PS. Randomized clinical trial of antithymocyte globulin in cadaver renal allograft recipients: importance of T cell monitoring. Surgery 1976; 80(2):155–63.
  7. Wechter WJ, Brodie JA, Morrell RM, et al. Antithymocyte globulin (ATGAM) in renal allograft recipients: multicenter trials using a 14-dose regimen. Transplantation 1979; 28(4):294–302.
  8. Butt KMH, Zielinski CM, Parsa I, et al. Trends in immunosuppression for kidney transplantation. Kidney Int 1978; 13(Suppl 8): S95–S8.
  9. Ettenger RB, Rosenthal JT, Marik JL, et al. Improved cadaveric renal transplant outcome in children. Pediatric Nephrol 1991; 5:137–42.
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