Tubule-derived membrane glycoproteins in the urine of patients (including those with AIDS) as analysed by radioimmunoblotting.


As a contribution to the noninvasive diagnosis of kidney damage, polyclonal antisera specifically directed against brush border surface glycoproteins of the proximal tubule of the human kidney were used in radioimmunoblotting studies for the assessment of kidney-tissue proteinuria. Urine specimens from healthy controls, from patients (n = 41) with various… (More)


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