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Peptide May Protect Kidneys From Ourselves

News   Mar 26, 2019 | Original Story by Toni Baker for Augusta University.

 
Peptide May Protect Kidneys From Ourselves

Dr. Rudolf Lucas (center) and coauthors Drs. Haroldo A. Toque, Supriya Sridhar and Maritza Romero-Lucas. Credit: Phil Jones, Senior Photographer, Augusta University.

 
 
 

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