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Protective Role of Selected Probiotics on Experimentally Induced Kidney Failure in Rats

  title={Protective Role of Selected Probiotics on Experimentally Induced Kidney Failure in Rats},
  author={Dilip Kumar Nandi and Shreya Mandal and Suchismita Roy and Shrabani Pradhan and Animesh Samanta and Arpita Patra and Arpita Mandal and Koushika Das and Banadeb Sinha},
ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Article history Received 12 August 2016 Accepted 3 September 2016 Uremia, acute kidney injury (AKI), chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD) have become worldwide public health problems. There are many causes for acute renal failure which mainly includes acute tubular necrosis which occurs either due to ischemia or toxins. CKD or ESRD is a gradual decrease of kidney function in both kidneys over a period of time. These conditions increase patient… 


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