Paradoxes of nitric oxide in the diabetic kidney.

Abstract

As an important modulator of renal function and morphology, the nitric oxide (NO) system has been extensively studied in the diabetic kidney. However, a number of studies in different experimental and clinical settings have produced often confusing data and contradictory findings. We have reviewed a wide spectrum of findings and issues that have amassed… (More)

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@article{Komers2003ParadoxesON, title={Paradoxes of nitric oxide in the diabetic kidney.}, author={Radko Komers and Sharon Anderson}, journal={American journal of physiology. Renal physiology}, year={2003}, volume={284 6}, pages={F1121-37} }