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Expansion of renal lymphatic networks, or lymphangiogenesis (LA) is well-recognized during development, and is now being implicated in kidney diseases. Though LA is associated with multiple pathological conditions, very little is known about its role in acute kidney injury (AKI). The purpose of...
Kidneys, one of the vital organs in our body, are responsible for maintaining whole-body homeostasis. The complexity of renal function (e.g., filtration, reabsorption, fluid and electrolyte regulation, urine production) demands diversity not only at the level of cell types but also in their...
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