Urinary chemokines CXCL9 and CXCL10 are noninvasive markers of renal allograft rejection and BK viral infection

J. A. Jackson, E. J. Kim, B. Begley, J. Cheeseman, T. Harden, S. D. Perez, S. Thomas, B. Warshaw, A. D. Kirk*

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