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This online collection of articles from Nature Reviews Disease Primers and Nature Reviews Rheumatology contains a Primer, PrimeView, Reviews and News pieces authored by leaders in the field, covering the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of osteoarthritis.
This collection of articles from across the Nature group of journals covers a range of areas related to the topic of diabetes, metabolism and the kidney, including the effects of insulin resistance on the kidney and vasculature, mechanisms of diabetic nephropathy and potential therapies.
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This Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology and Nature Reviews Disease Primers Web Collection on IBS presents a selection of articles from leaders in the field, covering key aspects of the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of IBS.
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The collection combines Reviews and Research articles recently published across several Nature journals. It also includes links to additional content, including a Nature webinar that marked the 2015 World AIDS Day: “Eliminating HIV: bringing together prevention, treatment and cure”, featuring Steven Deeks (UCSF), Susan Buchbinder (UCSF) and Robert Siliciano (Johns Hopkins).