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C5a promotes development of experimental lupus nephritis which can be blocked with a specific receptor antagonist.Academic Article Why?
Complement factor H deficiency accelerates development of lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Complement in lupus nephritis: the good, the bad, and the unknown.Academic Article Why?
Development of a Novel Renal Activity Index of Lupus Nephritis in Children and Young Adults.Academic Article Why?
Dysregulation of the microvasculature in nonlesional non-sun-exposed skin of patients with lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Genetic contributions to lupus nephritis in a multi-ethnic cohort of systemic lupus erythematous patients.Academic Article Why?
Implication of allelic polymorphism of osteopontin in the development of lupus nephritis in MRL/lpr mice.Academic Article Why?
In situ B cell-mediated immune responses and tubulointerstitial inflammation in human lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Initial validation of a novel protein biomarker panel for active pediatric lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Intermittent intravenous cyclophosphamide therapy for lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin as a biomarker of disease activity in pediatric lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Overview of pathophysiology and treatment of human lupus nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Predicting outcomes of lupus nephritis with tubulointerstitial inflammation and scarring.Academic Article Why?
The Pathogenesis and Therapeutic Implications of Tubulointerstitial Inflammation in Human Lupus Nephritis.Academic Article Why?
Validation of the Lupus Nephritis Clinical Indices in Childhood-Onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.Academic Article Why?
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