The aryl hydrocarbon receptor-activating effect of uremic toxins from tryptophan metabolism: a new concept to understand cardiovascular complications of chronic kidney disease

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chronic kidney disease 764 13005, FrancePublication date (epub): 3/2014Publication date (collection): 3/2014AbstractPatients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases and suffer from accelerated atherosclerosis. CKD
chronic kidney disease 2371 toxins could be mediated by AhR activation, in a “dioxin-like” effect.1. IntroductionPatients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at high risk for cardiovascular diseases. CKD leads to accelerated atherosclerosis and consequently

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