By Gregory S. Makowski
Quantity sixty three within the the world over acclaimed Advances in medical Chemistry comprises chapters authored via global popular scientific laboratory scientists, physicians and examine scientists. The serial offers the newest and latest applied sciences regarding the sphere of scientific Chemistry and is the benchmark for novel analytical techniques within the scientific laboratory.
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Chronic treatment with the potential nephrotoxin uranyl nitrate) subnephrotoxic insult to the kidneys resulted in chronically acquired sensitization to AKI. The increased urinary expression of four proteins (albumin, hemopexin, transferrin, and DBP), caused by alterations in the sieving properties of the glomerular filtration barrier, might alert clinicians on an increased risk of acute nephropathy. In the absence of markers of renal dysfunction or injury, a future development of this diagnostic capability might enable the pre-emptive and personalized handling of patients, with an acquired risk or sensibility to AKI .
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Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Volume 63 by Gregory S. Makowski