The Renal Association, London, England, October 25, 1972

January 1973
Kidney International;Jan1973, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p412
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts from papers related to nephrology that were published in the 1973 issue of the journal "Kidney International." The paper "In Vitro Synthesis of Rat Glomerular Basement Membrane in Nephrotoxic Glomerulonephritis," by M.R. Daha and A.A.H. Kassenaar, investigates the glomerular basement membrane synthesis of normal and nephritic rats. The paper "Immunoglobulin Classes and Complement Components in Glomerular Deposits," was presented by Jean Berger. The paper "The Recurrent Haematuria Syndrome," by R.P. Burden, L.J. Booth, W.N. Boyd and B.G. Ockenden.


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