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From the monthly archives: October, 2014

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Chronic Kidney Disease and Mineral Bone Disorder

It is a well-known fact that bone is affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD). New data about the role of bone in CKD on fundamental biological pathways seems to point to the skeleton as an active inducer of pathology as a deregulated endocrine gland in kidney disease.

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Manage Human MxA Protein

Human MxA protein (Myxovirus resistance protein 1), the product of the MX1 gene, is a 76-kDa protein consisting of 662 amino acid residues and belonging to the dynamic superfamily of large GTPase. MxA protein plays an important role in antiviral activity in cells against a wide variety of viruses. These include:

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