Molecular structure of cyclosporin

Molecular structure of cyclosporin

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Caption: Computer graphics image of a cyclosporin molecule. Cyclosporins are a group of biologically active metabolites produced by the fungus Tolypocladium inflatum Gams (formerly known as Trichoderma polysporum). Cyclosporin A has potential uses as an immunosuppressive agent which might lessen the rejection of tissue that occurs for example, in organ transplants. This image comprises the right side of a stereo pair; see A624/001 for left-side image.

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