nephritogenic

nephritogenic

 [nĕ-frit″o-jen´ik]
causing nephritis.

ne·phrit·o·gen·ic

(ne-frit'ō-jen'ik),
Causing nephritis; said of conditions or agents.
[nephritis + G. genesis, production]

nephritogenic

/ne·phrit·o·gen·ic/ (nĕ-frit″o-jen´ik) causing nephritis.

ne·phrit·o·gen·ic

(ne-fri'tō-jen'ik)
Causing nephritis; said of conditions or agents.
[nephritis + G. genesis, production]

nephritogenic

causing nephritis.
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28] One child in the present study was noted to have concurrent ARF and post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, an unusual occurrence that is thought to be due to some GAS strains being both nephritogenic and rheumatogenic.
Certain strains of group A streptococci are either rheumatogenic or nephritogenic, while others are neither.
APSGN usually develops 10 - 14 days after a skin or throat infection with a nephritogenic strain of group A streptococcus.
30) Some of these antibody subsets are pathogenic and may take part in the nephritogenic process in SLE.
Membranous glomerulonephritis associated with renal cell carcinoma: failure to detect a nephritogenic tumor antigen.
These findings are consistent with reports that many nephritogenic anti-native-DNA antibodies also bind to non-DNA determinants prevalent in glomeruli.
Nephritogenic lambda light chain dimer: a unique human miniautoantibody against complement factor H.
Acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis usually develops 10 - 14 days after a skin or throat infection with a nephritogenic strain of group A streptococcus.
Nevertheless, at least theoretically, identifying nephritogenic BKV strains or specific TCR sequence variations in urine or blood of patients with renal transplants and PVAN, by means of PCR and sequence analysis, could have practical importance in diagnosing the disease without the need for a renal biopsy, in the same way that identifying PML-like strains in the cerebrospinal fluid of patients with PML can allow a definite diagnosis in appropriate clinical settings.
17) These antibodies have significant nephritogenic potential, with a wide range of cross-reactivity to normal glomerular constituents, avidly binding to heparan sulfate and type IV collagen in the glomerular basement membranes (11) and the endothelial and mesangial surfaces.
Detection of hidden nephritogenic antigen determinants in human renal and nonrenal basement membranes.