Research Article| Volume 11, ISSUE 3, P361-366, May 1991

Tubulointerstitial injury following glomerulonephritis

  • Jerry Yee
    From the Renal-Electrolyte Section of the Department of Medicine, and the Immunology and Cell Biology Graduate Groups, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA., USA
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  • Gerald S. Kuncio
    From the Renal-Electrolyte Section of the Department of Medicine, and the Immunology and Cell Biology Graduate Groups, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA., USA
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  • Eric G. Neilson
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    From the Renal-Electrolyte Section of the Department of Medicine, and the Immunology and Cell Biology Graduate Groups, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA., USA
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