Subject Areas on Research
- APOL1 variants in HIV-associated nephropathy: just one piece of the puzzle.
- APOL1 variants increase risk for FSGS and HIVAN but not IgA nephropathy.
- APOL1-G0 protects podocytes in a mouse model of HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Antiretroviral medications: adverse effects on the kidney.
- Dual tropism of HIV-1 envelopes derived from renal tubular epithelial cells of patients with HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Editorial comment: renal insufficiency in HIV-infected patients may not always be HIVAN.
- FAT10: a novel mediator of Vpr-induced apoptosis in human immunodeficiency virus-associated nephropathy.
- HIV and the Kidney: From HIV-Associated Nephropathy to Reservoir.
- HIV and the aging kidney.
- HIV at 40: kidney disease in HIV treatment, prevention, and cure.
- HIV infection-induced transcriptional program in renal tubular epithelial cells activates a CXCR2-driven CD4+ T-cell chemotactic response.
- HIV-1 Nef induces proliferation and anchorage-independent growth in podocytes.
- HIV-1 Vpr activates the DNA damage response in renal tubule epithelial cells.
- HIV-1 Vpr inhibits cytokinesis in human proximal tubule cells.
- HIV-1 and HIV-Associated Nephropathy 25 Years Later.
- HIV-1 induces renal epithelial dedifferentiation in a transgenic model of HIV-associated nephropathy.
- HIV-1 infection initiates an inflammatory cascade in human renal tubular epithelial cells.
- HIV-1 infection of renal epithelial cells: 30 years of evidence from transgenic animal models, human studies and in vitro experiments.
- HIV-1 viral protein r induces ERK and caspase-8-dependent apoptosis in renal tubular epithelial cells.
- HIV-associated nephropathy in the era of antiretroviral therapy.
- HIV-associated nephropathy is a late, not early, manifestation of HIV-1 infection.
- HIV-associated nephropathy: a case study in race and genetics.
- HIV-associated nephropathy: clinical presentation, pathology, and epidemiology in the era of antiretroviral therapy.
- Highly active antiretroviral therapy and the epidemic of HIV+ end-stage renal disease.
- Impact of early versus deferred antiretroviral therapy on estimated glomerular filtration rate in HIV-positive individuals in the START trial.
- Kidney disease in the setting of HIV infection: conclusions from a Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Controversies Conference.
- Nephropathy in human immunodeficiency virus-1 transgenic mice is due to renal transgene expression.
- Pharmacotherapy for human immunodeficiency virus-associated nephropathy.
- Podocan, a novel small leucine-rich repeat protein expressed in the sclerotic glomerular lesion of experimental HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Podocyte cell cycle regulation and proliferation in collapsing glomerulopathies.
- Potential role for G-protein coupled receptors in HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Proliferation of HIV-infected renal epithelial cells following virus acquisition from infected macrophages.
- Protease inhibitors are associated with a slowed progression of HIV-related renal diseases.
- Recent progress in HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Reduction of Stat3 activity attenuates HIV-induced kidney injury.
- Regional and Racial Disparities in HIV-Related Kidney Disease.
- Relapse of HIV-associated nephropathy after discontinuing highly active antiretroviral therapy.
- Role of ubiquitin-like protein FAT10 in epithelial apoptosis in renal disease.
- Taking HAART in HIVAN: will protease inhibitor sparing regimens alter renal outcome?
- The changing epidemiology of HIV-related chronic kidney disease in the era of antiretroviral therapy.
- The clinical epidemiology and course of the spectrum of renal diseases associated with HIV infection.
- The dysregulated podocyte phenotype: a novel concept in the pathogenesis of collapsing idiopathic focal segmental glomerulosclerosis and HIV-associated nephropathy.
- The homophilic adhesion molecule sidekick-1 contributes to augmented podocyte aggregation in HIV-associated nephropathy.
- The kidney in HIV infection: beyond HIV-associated nephropathy.
- The spectrum of kidney biopsy findings in HIV-infected patients in the modern era.
- The spectrum of kidney disease in patients with AIDS in the era of antiretroviral therapy.
- The uncertain significance of anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody among HIV-infected persons with kidney disease.
- Tubular-specific expression of HIV protein Vpr leads to severe tubulointerstitial damage accompanied by progressive fibrosis and cystic development.
- Urinary NGAL marks cystic disease in HIV-associated nephropathy.
- Urine processing impacts uric acid level in HIV-infected adults: implications for diagnosing tenofovir-associated proximal tubulopathy.
- Virological synapses allow HIV-1 uptake and gene expression in renal tubular epithelial cells.