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When should post-transplantation proteinuria be attributed to the renal allograft rather than to the native kidney?

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The synopsis was written by Chloë Harman, Associate Editor, Nature Clinical Practice.

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Morath, C., Zeier, M. When should post-transplantation proteinuria be attributed to the renal allograft rather than to the native kidney?. Nat Rev Nephrol 3, 18–19 (2007).

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