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Angiotensin II Type I Receptor Agonistic Autoantibody Induces Podocyte Injury via Activation of the TRPC6- Calcium/Calcineurin Pathway in Pre-Eclampsia.

著者 Yu Y , Zhang L , Xu G , Wu Z , Li Q , Gu Y , Niu J
Kidney Blood Press Res.2018 Oct 31 ; 43(5):1666-1676.
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Angiotensin II type I receptor agonistic autoantibody (AT1-AA) is closely related to pre-eclampsia, which is characterized by proteinuria and hypertension. AT1-AA has been shown to enhance the effect of AngII in pre-eclampsia, such as production of endothelin-1, activation of ROS, and vasoconstriction, which are considered to be associated with hypertension; however, whether or not AT1-AA participates in podocyte damage leading to the generation of proteinuria has not been reported. In this study we investigated the role of pre-eclamptic serum AT1-AA on podocytes and the mechanism underlying the generation of proteinuria.
PMID: 30380548 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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