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Local FK506 implants in non-human primates to prevent early acute rejection in vascularized composite allografts

124 views | Aug 24 2021

Alexandre G Lellouch et al. showed preliminary results of local FK506 implants in potentially mitigating VCA acute rejection for tolerance protocols based on mixed chimerism approach. [Read the Full Post]

Pre-incubation with OATP1B1 and OATP1B3 inhibitors potentiates inhibitory effects in physiologically relevant sandwich-cultured primary human hepatocytes

129 views | Jul 28 2021

Taleah Farasyn et al. thought that IC50 values after inhibitor-preincubation in transporter-expressing cell lines might be used for DDI prediction for the purpose of mitigating false-negative OATP-mediated DDI prediction. [Read the Full Post]

Bintrafusp alfa (M7824), a bifunctional fusion protein targeting TGF-β and PD-L1: results from a phase I expansion cohort in patients with recurrent glioblastoma Mustafa Khasraw 1 2,

140 views | Jun 01 2021

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Severe COVID-19 in a renal transplant recipient: A focus on pharmacokinetics

185 views | Aug 08 2020

Soufian Meziyerh et al. aimed to achieve increased awareness and improved management of drug-drug interactions associated with the various treatment options for COVID-19 in renal transplant patients. [Read the Full Post]

Alcohol-induced CYP2E1, Mitochondrial Dynamics and Retrograde Signaling in Human Hepatic 3D Organoids

237 views | Aug 03 2020

Rajesh Angireddy et al. presented a mechanistic link between CYP2E1 function and alcohol mediated mitochondrial dysfunction, retrograde signaling, and activation of hepatic steatosis in a 3D organoid system that closely recapitulated the in vivo liver response. [Read the Full Post]

Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS) for Assaying Immunosuppressants From Venous Whole Blood by LC-MS/MS Using a Novel Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Probe (UniSpray™)

419 views | Jun 28 2020

Lucía Paniagua-González et al. showed that venous blood VAMS concentrations were correlated to those found in the original liquid venous blood, proving that the VAMS material itself will not bias blood drug concentrations. [Read the Full Post]