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Kidneys Have a Striking Ability to Compensate After Injury

News   Feb 07, 2019 | Original story from the University of Virginia Health System

 
Growth of Kidney Vasculature Compensates After Blockage Removal

School of Medicine researchers Vidya K. Nagalakshmi (from left), Minghong Li and Maria Luisa S. Sequeira-Lopez are studying kidney development as part of their efforts to regrow kidneys. Image credit: the University of Virginia Health System

 
 
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