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(Nephrotic syndrome)
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  • Urinary L-FABP level in children with nephrotic syndrome and tubular dysfunction. [Journal Article]
  • PIPediatr Int 2018 Feb 20
  • Nishida M, Kawakatsu H, Hamaoka K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The amount of urinary protein and proximal tubular function as the site of reabsorbing low-molecular-weight proteins should also be considered when evaluating the clinical significance of uL-FABP level as a biomarker for kidney injury in children. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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