Special Issue "New Strategies for the Reduction of Uremic Toxins (2022)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2023) | Viewed by 8390
Interests: biomarkers of CKD; uremic toxins; microbiota; probiotics; proteomics
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Following on from the first Special Issue on the topic, “New Strategies for the Reduction of Uremic Toxins (2022)" will focus on uremia and uremic toxins, especially those deriving from intestinal microbiota, on their multi-organ influence and triggering of various diseases. Indeed, high levels of uremic toxins are associated with chronic kidney disease, heart disease, obesity, non-alcoholic fatty acid disease, rheumatoid arthritis and depression, cancer, diabetes, and inflammatory bowel disease. Therefore, contributions and experiences deriving from different medical specialties will be welcome and very useful to better define the role of uremic toxins and the best methods or strategies to manage them at systemic levels.
Dr. Maria Teresa Rocchetti
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- uremic toxins
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- p-cresyl sulfate