Unraveling the D-Amino Acid Mystery
Three years after D-amino acids were first identified as possible markers for chronic kidney disease, have they lived up to their potential?
Luke Turner | | Quick Read
Catching chronic kidney disease (CKD) early is critical – patients have a heightened risk of life-threatening cardiovascular diseases and increasingly progress to end-stage kidney disease. But despite an estimated 850 million cases throughout the world (1), the early referral of patients with CKD remains a challenge due to inadequate tests.
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