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Cytokines in urine are associated with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and could be developed as a biomarker and provide a practical tool for early detection

Guymer, Robyn H. Lingwui W. Tao, Jonathan K. Goh, Danny Liew, Olga Ischenko, Liubov D. Robman, KhinZaw Aung, Tania Cipriani, Melinda Cain, Andrea J. Richardson, Paul N. Baird, and Robyn Langham. Identification of Urine Biomarkers for AMD. Invest Opthalmol Vis Sci. 2011; 52(7): 4639-4644

Reference

Title
Identification of Urine Biomarkers for AMD
Publication
Invest Opthalmol Vis Sci
Publication Date
2011
Authors
Guymer, Robyn H. Lingwui W. Tao, Jonathan K. Goh, Danny Liew, Olga Ischenko, Liubov D. Robman, KhinZaw Aung, Tania Cipriani, Melinda Cain, Andrea J. Richardson, Paul N. Baird, and Robyn Langham
Volume & Issue
Volume 52, Issue 7
Pages
4639-4644

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