Although our study has suggested that the use of RENPs may cause hepatotoxicity and nephritic
toxicity in the animal, many strategies have been developed to minimize or avoid the risk of nanoparticles such as a surface coating of particles with silica, polymer, or proteins.,,, The direct interaction between nanoparticles (or rare-earth ions) and molecules in the cells may be mitigated through the use of these approaches.
(7.) Fujinaga S, Hirano D, Nishizaki N Early identification of steroid dependency in Japanese children with steroid-sensitive nephritic
syndrome undergoing short-term initial steroid therapy.
Similarly, the constellation of hematuria and mild proteinuria pointed to a possible nephritic
Funabiki, "Improvement of hyperlipidemia and proteinuria without noticeable growth retardation by feeding a methionine and threonine supplemented low-casein diet to nephritic
rats," Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, vol.
Hence, the present study was being conducted to study glomerular pathology on the basis of light microscopic (LM) and Immunofluorescence findings and to establish a diagnosis in cases presenting with nephritic
She praised his expertise in the field of kidney transplant, wishing him a successful visit to alleviate the suffering of nephritic
We performed renal biopsy of all patients who presented with; nephrotic syndrome, non-nephrotic range significant proteinuria, rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, acute unexplained renal failure, sub-acute renal failure of unknown cause and nephritic
It can present as nephrotic syndrome (NS), nephritic
syndrome, rapidly progressive renal failure (RPRF), acute kidney injury (AKI), chronic kidney disease (CKD), macroscopic hematuria (MH), as well as isolated proteinuria or hematuria.
(36) In our study, NLR levels were higher in the nephritic
group which was also younger than the non-nephritic group.
CMIP (C-Maf-inducing protein) is expressed mainly in human brains and encodes an 86-kDa protein [7-9], which plays a role in T-cell signaling pathway and was firstly found to be abnormal in T-cells of minimal change nephritic
syndrome (MCNS) patients [10,11].
There was a decrease in total blood protein of fish exposed to CuSO4, which might be due to a nephritic
syndrome (Fast et al., 1975) or a liver disorder (Fukushima, 1980).
The compounds of lead are very toxic to humans and cause adverse health effects such as anemia, encephalopathy, hepatitis, and nephritic