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The renal handling of low molecular weight proteins. II. Disorders of serum protein catabolism in patients with tubular proteinuria, the nephrotic syndrome, or uremia

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Aug 1, 1972

Thomas A. WaldmannR Peter Mogielnicki

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The present study was directed toward determining the role of the kidney in the metabolism of various classes of serum proteins and to define the urinary protein excretion patterns and the pathogenesis of disorders of protein metabolism in patients with proteinuria. To this end, the met...read more

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The renal handling of low molecular weight proteins. II. Disorders of serum protein catabolism in patients with tubular proteinuria, the nephrotic syndrome, or uremia

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Aug 1, 1972

Thomas A. WaldmannR Peter Mogielnicki

PMID: 5054468

DOI: 10.1172/jci107023

Abstract

The present study was directed toward determining the role of the kidney in the metabolism of various classes of serum proteins and to define the urinary protein excretion patterns and the pathogenesis of disorders of protein metabolism in patients with proteinuria. To this end, the met...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome
Leftose
Lysozyme
Uremia
Lysozyme Test
9
1
Paper Details
References
  • References27
  • Citations90
123
  • References27
  • Citations90
12345...

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