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Indian Journal of Nephrology (IJN)

The Indian Journal of Nephrology is the official publication of the Indian Society of Nephrology. The journal is published Bimonthly. It is a peer-reviewed, journal that publishes articles covering all the aspects of laboratory and clinical nephrology. It includes original researches, reviews, editorials, technical notes, symposia proceedings, and Society news.

The journal provides immediate free access to articles on its website. It does not charge a fee for submission, processing or publication of the manuscripts. Articles can be submitted online from www.journalonweb.com.




 
  

 

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January-February  2017 |  Vol 27 |  Issue 1 |
 
 
Commentary
Deceased donor transplantation in India: How the challenges are being met?
R Parthasarathy, G Abraham, M Mathew
Deceased donor transplantation (DDT) in the state of Tamil Nadu has made major strides since 2008 and has a deceased donor rate of 2 per million population. This is as a result of public–priva...
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Deceased donor renal transplantation: A single center experience
N Gopalakrishnan, T Dineshkumar, J Dhanapriya, R Sakthirajan, T Balasubramaniyan, ND Srinivasa Prasad, K Thirumalvalavan, S Murugananth, K Kawaskar
Deceased donor renal transplantation (DDRT) constitutes less than 5% of all kidney transplantats in India. A retrospective analysis of 173 deceased donor renal transplants performed in a public ...
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Fibroblast growth factor-23 levels in maintenance hemodialysis patients in India
U Anandh, P Mandavkar, B Das, S Rao
Fibroblast growth factor-23 (FGF-23) levels start rising early in patients with chronic kidney disease and is implicated in cardiovascular and overall mortality of hemodialysis patients. We conducte...
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