antinephritic


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antinephritic

 [an″te-, an″ti-nĕ-frit´ik]
effective against nephritis.
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antinephritic

(ant″i-nĕ-frit′ik) [ anti- + nephritic]
1. Preventing or relieving inflammation of the kidneys.
2. An agent that prevents or relieves inflammation of the kidneys.
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Studies on the antinephritic effect of plant components (4): Reduction of protein excretion by berberine and coptisine in rats with original-type anti-GBM nephritis.
Studies on antinephritic effect of TJ-8014, a new Japanese herbal medicine, and its mechanisms (2): effect on the release of corticosterone from adrenal glands.
Studies on antinephritic effect of TJ-8014, a new Japanese herbal medicine, and its mechanisms (3): effect on crescentic-type and anti-GBM nephritis in rats.
Hattori T, Furuta K, Nagao T, Nagamatsu T, Ito M, Suzuki Y (1992) Studies on the antinephritic effect of plant components (4): Reduction of protein excretion by berberine and coptisine in rats with original-type anti-GBM nephritis.