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Cell Injury and Recovery: How Do the Cell and Its Milieu Mediate Progressive Renal Disease?
Regulation of Cell Function by the Extracellular Matrix
Aldosterone and a Pro-Inflammatory/Vascular Phenotype
The Cytoskeleton Mediates Multiple Fibrogenic Signals
Apoptosis and Progression of Kidney Disease
Developing Therapeutics for Progressive Renal Disease
Partnerships between Academic and Industry
Morphologic Analysis of Renal Tissue: What are Suitable Trial Endpoints?
Biomarkers in Plasma and Urine: What Type and Quality of Markers are Available for Fibrotic Disease?
FDA Perspectives on Approval: What Endpoints are Acceptable? What is Required to Validate New Endpoints?
Trial Designs for Progressive Renal Disease: What are the Most Efficient Designs for Phase II and Phase III Studies?
Animal and Human Trials of Antifibrotic Agents: What are Promising Therapeutic Agents Currently in Development?
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