Largest Study of Glomerular Diseases Sheds Light on Pediatric Subtypes
Researchers find differences in clinical presentation and treatment patterns between subtypes and between adult and pediatric diagnoses.
In an effort to establish research priorities in childhood-onset systemic erythematous lupus (cSLE), researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital partnered with the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) and Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA).
Study suggests AMPs have potential as biomarkers for peritonitis, risk stratification and treatment.
The latest in the body of antimicrobial peptide research suggests RNase7 may be a useful prognostic marker and potential therapeutic option for UTIs.
Plaque appears to help remodel urothelium, allowing kidney to hold excess urine without damage.
End-stage Renal Disease in Children with Obstructive Uropathy Is Predicted by Common Clinical Markers
Frequently measured clinical markers can predict end-stage renal disease in children with obstructive uropathy, according to a new study published in Pediatric Nephrology.
An accomplished physician-scientist, Dr. Spencer’s research primarily focuses on basic and translational science related to antimicrobial peptide biology in the urinary tract.
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