Ian W. Gibson

Martin Karpinski2
Kerri Thai1
Lindsay Nicolle1
2Martin Karpinski
1Kerri Thai
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At present, the diagnosis of renal allograft rejection requires a renal biopsy. Clinical management of renal transplant patients would be improved by the development of non-invasive markers of rejection that can be measured frequently. This study sought to determine whether such candidate proteins can be detected in urine using mass spectrometry. Four(More)
Recent reports have established the need for change in the US health system. Building projects can play an important role in enabling change to support organizational objectives. The current major investment in hospital construction in the US provides an opportunity to improve health service. Planning and design of hospitals generally uses benchmarks and(More)
The progressive decline of renal function in chronic kidney disease (CKD) is characterized by both disruption of the microvascular architecture and the accumulation of fibrotic matrix. One angiogenic pathway recently identified as playing an essential role in renal vascular development is the stromal cell-derived factor-1α (SDF-1)/CXCR4 pathway. Because(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of macroalbuminuria and to describe the clinical and renal pathological changes associated with macroalbuminuria in a population of Canadian First Nation children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS We conducted a retrospective chart review at a single tertiary care pediatric diabetes(More)
BACKGROUND The goal of this study was to characterize urinary metabolomics for the noninvasive detection of cellular inflammation and to determine if adding urinary chemokine ligand 10 (CXCL10) improves the overall diagnostic discrimination. METHODS Urines (n = 137) were obtained before biopsy in 113 patients with no (n = 66), mild (borderline or(More)
A young female with sickle cell disease was treated for biopsy-proven IgA nephropathy. Serum creatinine levels resolved to normal range, but a year later, she presented with oedema, hypertension and acute renal failure. A repeat renal biopsy showed acute-on-chronic thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA). We suggest that circulating microparticles could be a(More)
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