Tubular proteinuria defined by a study of Dent's (CLCN5 mutation) and other tubular diseases.

@article{Norden2000TubularPD,
  title={Tubular proteinuria defined by a study of Dent's (CLCN5 mutation) and other tubular diseases.},
  author={Anthony G. W. Norden and Steven J. Scheinman and Monique M. Deschodt-Lanckman and Marta Lapsley and Jo{\"e}lle Louise Nortier and Rajesh V Thakker and Robert J Unwin and Oliver M. Wrong},
  journal={Kidney international},
  year={2000},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={240-9}
}
UNLABELLED Tubular proteinuria defined by a study of Dent's ( CLCN5 mutation) and other tubular diseases. BACKGROUND The term "tubular proteinuria" is often used interchangeably with "low molecular weight proteinuria" (LMWP), although the former implies a definite etiology. A specific quantitative definition of tubular proteinuria is needed, and we address this by studying five different renal disorders. METHODS Tubular proteinuria was assessed by measuring urinary retinol-binding protein… CONTINUE READING

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