Contact: Eric Schoch
Indiana University School of Medicine
Caption: Indiana University School of Medicine scientists Katherine Kelly, M.D., (left) and Jesus Dominguez, M.D., report in the August issue of the American Journal of Physiology -- Renal Physiology that they were able to treat acute kidney failure in animal models using cells modified to produce a protein that normally is found when kidneys first develop in embryos.
Credit: Indiana University School of Medicine
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