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Interleukin 2 levels and urine cytology distinguish between cyclosporine toxicity and rejection in renal and liver allograft recipients.

Cornaby A, Simpson M, Vann Rice R, Dempsey R, Madras P, Jenkins R, Monaco A. Interleukin 2 levels and urine cytology distinguish between cyclosporine toxicity and rejection in renal and liver allograft recipients. Transplant Proc. 1988 Jun; 20(3 Suppl 3):827-30.

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