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American Journal of Nephrology
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(Vol. 39, issues 5-6, 2014)
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Original Report: Laboratory Investigation
Novel, Selective Vitamin D Analog Suppresses Parathyroid Hormone in Uremic Animals and Postmenopausal Women
J.B. Zella, L.A. Plum, D.R. Plowchalk, M. Potochoiba, M. Clagett-Dame, H.F. DeLuca
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:476-483
Original Reports: Patient-Oriented, Translational Research
Left Ventricular Mass Progression despite Stable Blood Pressure and Kidney Function in Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease
M.E. Seifert, L. de las Fuentes, C. Ginsberg, M. Rothstein, D.J. Dietzen, S.C. Cheng, W. Ross, D. Windus, V.G. Dávila-Román, K.A. Hruska
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:392-399
Interdialytic Weight Gain and Cardiovascular Outcome in Incident Hemodialysis PatientsInterdialytic Weight Gain and Cardiovascular Outcome in Incident Hemodialysis Patients
M.J. Lee, F.M. Doh, C.H. Kim, H.M. Koo, H.J. Oh, J.T. Park, S.H. Han, T.-H. Yoo, Y.-L. Kim, Y.S. Kim, C.W. Yang, N.-H. Kim, S.-W. Kang
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:427-435
Mechanisms Contributing to Adverse Cardiovascular Events in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease Treated with Bardoxolone Methyl 
M.P. Chin, S.A. Reisman, G.L. Bakris, M. O'Grady, P.G. Linde, P.A. McCullough, D. Packham, N.D. Vaziri, K.W. Ward, D.G. Warnock, C.J. Meyer
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:499-508
In-Depth Topic Review
Hemodialysis Patient Outcomes: Provider Characteristics
Y. Slinin, H. Guo, S. Li, J. Liu, K. Ensrud, D.T. Gilbertson, A.J. Collins, A. Ishani
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:367-375
Importance of Vascular Calcification in Kidney Transplant Recipients
G. Cianciolo, I. Capelli, M.L. Angelini, C. Valentini, O. Baraldi, M.P. Scolari, S. Stefoni
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:418-426
Practical Considerations When Prescribing Icodextrin: A Narrative Review Timing of
S.A. Silver, Z. Harel, J. Perl
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:515-527
American Journal of Nephrology
Managing Editor: G.L. Bakris, Chicago, Ill.

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