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Experimental and clinical data strongly suggest that aldosterone may contribute to proteinuria and progressive renal disease. In fact, an aldosterone antagonist seems to be effective for controlling(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess whether drug-induced suppression of the plasma viral load is associated with selective differential distribution of virus-specific CD8 T cells between the blood and secondary(More)
Mutations in hemochromatosis gene cause an inappropriately high absorption of iron that induces iron overload and deposition in several tissues, such as liver, pancreas, and heart. Iron overload in(More)