nephrotropic

nephrotropic

 [nef″ro-trop´ik]
having a special affinity for kidney tissue.

re·no·troph·ic

(rē'nō-trof'ik),
Relating to any agent influencing the growth or nutrition of the kidney or to the action of such an agent.
[reno- + G. trophē, nourishment]

nephrotropic

/neph·ro·tro·pic/ (nef″ro-tro´pik) having a special affinity for kidney tissue.

re·no·troph·ic

, renotropic (rē'nō-trō'fik, -trō'pik)
Relating to any agent influencing the growth or nutrition of the kidney or to the action of such an agent.
Synonym(s): nephrotrophic, nephrotropic.
[reno- + G. trophē, nourishment]

nephrotropic

having a special affinity for kidney tissue.
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A few studies report that low pathogenicity H9 and H10 influenza viruses are nephrotropic in chickens (19,20) and that HPAI subtype H5 causes acute renal lesions in mammals and primates (including humans) (21-23).