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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of short-term and long-term transplanted patients analyzed for circadian variation of leukocyte numbers and T-cell function

From: Calcineurin inhibitors differentially alter the circadian rhythm of T-cell functionality in transplant recipients

Pt. # Age [years] Sex Months post transplant Category Immunosuppressive medication
1 49 Male 0.3 Short-term Tac, MP, Aza
2 65 Male 0.4 Short-term Tac, MP, Aza
3 63 Male 0.4 Short-term Tac, MP
4 49 Male 0.4 Short-term Tac, MP, Aza
5 57 Male 0.45 Short-term Tac, MP, MMF
6 62 Female 0.5 Short-term Tac, MP, Aza
7 69 Male 0.9 Short-term CyA, MP
8 71 Female 5.6 Long-term CyA, MP
9 39 Male 7.7 Long-term Tac, MP
10 48 Female 11.3 Long-term Tac, MP
11 56 Female 12.1 Long-term Tac, MP, MMF
12 60 Female 15.6 Long-term Tac, MP
13 49 Female 26.1 Long-term CyA, Aza
14 62 Male 28.6 Long-term MP, MMF
15 37 Male 28.7 Long-term Tac, MP, MMF
16 59 Male 29.1 Long-term MP, MMF
17 27 Female 57.3 Long-term CyA, MP, MMF
18 41 Female 188.0 Long-term CyA, MP
19 68 Male 253.8 Long-term MP, MMF
  1. CyA, cyclosporine A; Tac, tacrolimus; MMF, mycophenolate mofetile; MP, methylprednisolone; Aza, azathioprine; SD, standard deviation.