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J Nephropharmacol. 2016;5(1):1-3.
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Editorial

Animal models mimicking aminoglycoside-induced renal damage

Sandra Rodríguez Salgueiro 1 * , Lucía González Núñez 2

1 Electron Microscopy Laboratory, National Center for Scientific Research, Havana, Cuba
2 Human Morphophysiology Department, Latinamerican School of Medicine, Havana, Cuba
*Corresponding author: Sandra Rodríguez Salgueiro, Email: sandra.rodriguez@cnic.edu.cu

Abstract

Keywords: Animal models, Nephrotoxicity, Aminoglycosides, Kanamycin

Implication for health policy/practice/research/medical education:

Models of nephrotoxicity in rats and mice are essential to achieve a better understanding of the pathophysiology of aminoglycoside-induced damage and to consider strategies for the protection, repair and regeneration, which could be further extrapolated for their use in the clinic.

Please cite this paper as: Rodríguez Salgueiro S, González Núñez L. Animal models mimicking aminoglycoside-induced renal damage. J Nephropharmacol. 2016;5(1):1-3.

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