Stephan Busque

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  • Synergistic effects of RAD and Neoral in inhibition of host-vs.-graft and graft-vs.-host immune responses in rat small-bowel transplantation MICROSURGERY JOHNSON, S., Qi, S. J., Xu, D. S., Jolicoeur, M., Liu, D. Y., Barama, A., Busque, S., Smeesters, C., Daloze, P., Chen, H. F. 2003; 23 (5): 476-482


    The combined effects of RAD and Neoral were tested in a rat orthotopic small-bowel transplantation model. Seven groups (n = 6) were involved in this study, and each one was included in three rejection models for the evaluation of host-vs.-graft disease (HVG) (LBN-F1 to LEW), graft-vs.-host disease (GVH) (LEW to LBN-F1), and combined HVG and GVH immune responses (BN to LEW). Both drugs were administered orally throughout the study. Low doses of RAD (1.0-2.5 mg/kg/day) combined with Neoral (2.0-5.0 mg/kg/day) produced strong synergistic effects in the prolongation of small-bowel graft survival in HVG (combination index, CI = 0.095, 0.1212), GVH (CI = 0.027, 0.020), and combined HVG and GVH immune responses (CI = 0.070, 0.301). The combination therapy of RAD and Neoral produces a strong synergistic effect toward the inhibition of HVG, GVH, and combined HVG and GVH immune responses in a rat small-bowel transplantation model.

    View details for DOI 10.1002/micr.10167

    View details for Web of Science ID 000186223500016

    View details for PubMedID 14558006

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