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Urine Proteomics

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Urine Proteomics – Biomarker Discovery for detecting Kidney Diseases. Water is an essential and critical element to the human body and lack of it leads to many suffering from renal disorders. Healthcare Professionals recommend the urine test at various diagnostic centers for detection of any biomarkers present in it which can lead to the discovery of the kidney malfunctioning. Urine is one of the most abundant available fluids for clinical tests and is noninvasive as it contains sufficient prote... Read More
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urine |  kidney disease |  Assay |  treatment |  blood pressure |  dialysis |  kidney transplant | 

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