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Fe-Lin Lin Wu, Yung-Ming Chen, Tai-Shuan Lai, Li-Jiuan Shen, Yunn-Fang Ho, Yi-Ting Lee, Ming-Show Wu, Shuei-Liong Lin, Kwan-Dun Wu
Nephron Clinical Practice (2012) 120 (4): c215–c222.
Published Online: 05 October 2012
... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Chinese herb nephropathy Aristolochic acid...
Gheorghe Gluhovschi, Florin Margineanu, Adriana Kaycsa, Silvia Velciov, Cristina Gluhovschi, Flaviu Bob, Ligia Petrica, Gheorghe Bozdog, Simona Dumitru, Elisabeta Olosz, Mirela Modalca
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 116 (1): c36–c46.
Published Online: 12 May 2010
.... In Romania, BEN is most prevalent in Mehedinti County, located in the South of Romania near the Danube River. The etiology of the disease is as yet unknown. One of the current hypotheses concerning BEN etiology is an involvement of aristolochic acid (AA). BEN bears many similarities to aristolochic...
Nephron Clinical Practice (2009) 112 (2): c51–c56.
Published Online: 18 April 2009
..., aristolochic acid (AA), described in 1969 by Ivić and confirmed by a recent study of AA-DNA adducts. Ochratoxin A (OTA) is studied extensively as the etiologic agent of BEN. Weathering of low-rank coals nearby the endemic villages produces water-soluble polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and aromatic amines...