A current, albeit unproven, hypothesis is that an acceleration of cellular senescence is involved in impaired renal repair and progression of glomerular diseases. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a glomerular disease with a substantial risk for progression to ESRD. However, if and to what extent cell senescence predicts a negative outcome in FSGS is still unknown.

Cellular Senescence Is Associated with Faster Progression of Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis

Verzola, Daniela;Saio, Michela;Picciotto, Daniela;Viazzi, Francesca;Russo, Elisa;Cipriani, Leda;Carta, Annalisa;Costigliolo, Francesca;Gaggero, Gabriele;Salvidio, Gennaro;Esposito, Pasquale;Garibotto, Giacomo;Poggi, Laura
2021

Abstract

A current, albeit unproven, hypothesis is that an acceleration of cellular senescence is involved in impaired renal repair and progression of glomerular diseases. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a glomerular disease with a substantial risk for progression to ESRD. However, if and to what extent cell senescence predicts a negative outcome in FSGS is still unknown.
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