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    • ASSESSMENT OF RENAL TUBULAR FUNCTION AND EARLY KIDNEY INJURY BIOMARKERS IN CHILDHOOD ASTHMA 

      Goknar, Nilufer; Oktem, Faruk; ÖZKAYA, EMİN; YAZICI, MEBRURE; Demir, Aysegul Dogan; TORUN, EMEL; Kucukkoc, Mehmet (2015-05-01)
    • Comparison of transperitoneal laparoscopic nephrectomy outcomes in atrophic and hydronephrotic kidneys 

      GÜLPINAR, MURAT TOLGA; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER; SANCAK, EYÜP BURAK; Akbas, Alpaslan; Tepeler, Abdulkadir; REŞORLU, BERKAN; Armagan, Abdullah (2015-12-01)
      Objective: To compare the results of transperitoneal laparoscopic nephrectomy in patients with atrophic and hydronephrotic kidneys. Material and methods: Clinical data were collected from 35 patients who had undergone ...
    • UROTENSIN II LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS 

      HURSITOGLU, Mehmet; TUKEK, Tufan; CIKRIKCIOGLU, Mehmet Ali; KARA, Osman; Kazancioglu, RÜMEYZA; OZKAN, Oktay; Cakirca, MUSTAFA; AKDOGAN, Fatih; GUNDOGAN, Erdal; AYDIN, Sengul; BEYCAN, Ismet; Gursu, MELTEM; DOGAN, Serkan; EREK, Aybala (2011-09-01)
    • Whole-exome resequencing distinguishes cystic kidney diseases from phenocopies in renal ciliopathies 

      Gee, Heon Yung; Otto, Edgar A.; Hurd, Toby W.; Ashraf, Shazia; Chaki, Moumita; Cluckey, Andrew; Vega-Warner, Virginia; Saisawat, Pawaree; Diaz, Katrina A.; Fang, Humphrey; Kohl, Stefan; Allen, Susan J.; Airik, Rannar; Zhou, Weibin; Ramaswami, Gokul; Janssen, Sabine; Fu, Clementine; Innis, Jamie L.; Weber, Stefanie; Vester, Udo; Davis, Erica E.; Katsanis, Nicholas; Fathy, Hanan M.; Jeck, Nikola; Klaus, Gunther; Nayir, Ahmet; Rahim, Khawla A.; Al Attrach, Ibrahim; Al Hassoun, Ibrahim; Ozturk, Savas; Drozdz, Dorota; Helmchen, Udo; O'Toole, John F.; Attanasio, Massimo; Lewis, Richard A.; Nuernberg, Gudrun; Nuernberg, Peter; Washburn, Joseph; MacDonald, James; Innis, Jeffrey W.; Levy, Shawn; Hildebrandt, Friedhelm (2014-04-01)
      Rare single-gene disorders cause chronic disease. However, half of the 6000 recessive single gene causes of disease are still unknown. Because recessive disease genes can illuminate, at least in part, disease pathomechanism, ...