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Anticalcineurinics: Role of Mitochondrial Transition Pore on Nephrotoxicity

By Alberto Lázaro Fernández, Blanca Humanes Sánchez, Juan Carlos Jado Rodríguez, Ana María Torres Redondo, Sonia Camaño Páez, José Antonio Lázaro Manero, Manuela Castilla Barba, Marina Mojena Sánchez and Alberto Tejedor Jorge

Submitted: September 20th 2013Reviewed: October 19th 2013Published: July 2nd 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57286

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Alberto Lázaro Fernández, Blanca Humanes Sánchez, Juan Carlos Jado Rodríguez, Ana María Torres Redondo, Sonia Camaño Páez, José Antonio Lázaro Manero, Manuela Castilla Barba, Marina Mojena Sánchez and Alberto Tejedor Jorge (July 2nd 2014). Anticalcineurinics: Role of Mitochondrial Transition Pore on Nephrotoxicity, Pharmacology and Therapeutics Sivakumar Joghi Thatha Gowder, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57286. Available from:

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