The construction of a panel of serum amino acids for the identification of early chronic kidney disease patients.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Serum creatinine, urea, and cystatin-c are standardly used for the evaluation of renal function in the clinic. However, some patients have chronic kidney disease but still retain kidney function; a conventional serum index in these patients can be completely normal. Serum amino acid levels can reflect subtle changes in metabolism and are closely… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jcla.22282

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@article{Li2017TheCO, title={The construction of a panel of serum amino acids for the identification of early chronic kidney disease patients.}, author={Rui Li and Jinna Dai and Hui Kang}, journal={Journal of clinical laboratory analysis}, year={2017} }