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Urinary System pp 310-313 | Cite as

Nephronophthisis, Mouse

  • James D. Fikes
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

Nephronophthisis is an inherited progressive nephropathy of CBA/CaH-kd (also called kdkd) mice that results in an atypical end-stage kidney disease characterized by massively dilatated tubules, mononuclear interstitial infiltrate, and minimal interstitial fibrosis.

Keywords

Kidney disease of mice 

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