Societe de Nephrologie Nantes, France

August 1993
Kidney International;Aug1993, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p464
Academic Journal
Presents several abstracts of articles featured at the Société de Néphrologie in Nantes, France. "NPCR and Interest of Adequacy Tests on CAPD," by W. Arkouche, E. Delawari, M. Laville, H. My, and J. Traeger; "Detection of Hepatitis C Virus Infection by Polymerase Chain Reaction Among Hemodialysis Patients," by Yvon Berland, Bertrand Dussol, Colette Chicheportiche, Jean-Francois Cantaloube, Philippe Biagini, and Patrice Berthezène; "Rise in Serum Creatinine Induced by Phenacemide Without Renal Failure: Inhibition of Creatinine Transmembrane Transport?," by R. Cahen, A. Martin, B. François, P. Trolliet, and P. Louisot; "Effect of Cyclosporine A (CsA) Upon the Synthesis of Cyclooxygenase by Rat Smooth Muscle Cells," by V. De Précigout, D. Daret, L. Potaux, M. Aparicio, and J. Larrue.


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