Urine Proteome Biomarkers in Kidney Diseases. I. Limits, Perspectives, and First Focus on Normal Urine.

@article{Santucci2016UrinePB,
  title={Urine Proteome Biomarkers in Kidney Diseases. I. Limits, Perspectives, and First Focus on Normal Urine.},
  author={Laura Aparecida Christiano Santucci and Maurizio Bruschi and Giovanni Candiano and Francesca Lugani and Andrea Petretto and Alice Bonanni and Gian Marco Ghiggeri},
  journal={Biomarker insights},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={
          41-8
        }
}
Urine proteome is a potential source of information in renal diseases, and it is considered a natural area of investigation for biomarkers. Technology developments have markedly increased the power analysis on urinary proteins, and it is time to confront methodologies and results of major studies on the topics. This is a first part of a series of reviews that will focus on the urine proteome as a site for detecting biomarkers of renal diseases; the theme of the first review concerns… CONTINUE READING
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