Italian Society of Nephrology

April 1983
Kidney International;Apr1983, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p656
Academic Journal
Presents several abstracts for articles on nephrology. "Natural Killer Activity in Kidney Allograft Recipients and in Uremic Hemodialyzed Patients: In Vitro Effect of Alfa-Interferon," by C. Ausiello, M. Valeri, A. Piazza, D. Adorno, B. Evangelista and C. U. Casciani; "Charcoal Hemoperfusion in Chronic Uremia: 5 Years of Clinical Application," by V. Bonomini, S. Stefoni, G. Feliciangeli, M. P. Scolari, A. Buscaroli, G. Mosconi, R. Prandini and L. Coli; "Hyperparathyroidism as Cofactor of Uremic Myopathy: An Alternative Hypothesis," by D. Brancaccio, F. Cornelio, F. Dworzak, L. Morandi, G. Como, C. Galmozzi, M. Gioventu and I. Poletti; "Presence of J Chain in Mesangial Immune Deposits (MID) of IgA Nephropathy (IgANP)," by U. Domini, S. Casanova, G. Maletta and P. Zucchelli.


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