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Journal Scan / Research · March 12, 2020

Early Detection of Diabetic Kidney Disease by Urinary Proteomics and Subsequent Intervention With Spironolactone to Delay Progression

The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology

 

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The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology
Early Detection of Diabetic Kidney Disease by Urinary Proteomics and Subsequent Intervention With Spironolactone to Delay Progression (PRIORITY): A Prospective Observational Study and Embedded Randomised Placebo-Controlled Trial
Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol 2020 Mar 02;[EPub Ahead of Print], N Tofte, M Lindhardt, K Adamova, SJL Bakker, J Beige, JWJ Beulens, AL Birkenfeld, G Currie, C Delles, I Dimos, L Francová, M Frimodt-Møller, P Girman, R Göke, T Havrdova, HJL Heerspink, A Kooy, GD Laverman, H Mischak, G Navis, G Nijpels, M Noutsou, A Ortiz, A Parvanova, F Persson, JR Petrie, PL Ruggenenti, F Rutters, I Rychlík, J Siwy, G Spasovski, M Speeckaert, M Trillini, P Zürbig, H von der Leyen, P Rossing

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