Topic: Mechanisms and Biomarkers of Cadmium Nephrotoxicity by Walter Prozialeck PhD
“Detoxification,” Fall 2009
Cadmium is an important industrial and environmental pollutant that is a leading cause of kidney disease in some parts of the world. This presentation will summarize recent research findings regarding the mechanisms by which cadmium accumulates in the kidney and alters renal function. Recent findings on novel urinary biomarkers of Cd-induced kidney injury and the implications of the findings to clinical monitoring and treatment of patients will also be discussed.
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