"Hypoxia response and VEGF-A expression in human proximal tubular epithelial cells in stable and progressive renal disease.”

Tables

Table 1.

Biological pathways upregulated in progressive patients.

Table 2.

Array expression values of Hypoxia-response and VEGF-signaling pathways members.

Webtable 1.

Detailed patient characteristics.

Webtable 2.

Genes used for interactome analysis.
Figures

Figure 1a.

Patient characteristics: Kidney function.

Figure 1b.

Patient characteristics: Proteinuria.

Figure 1c.

Patient characteristics: Degree of fibrosis.

Figure 2.

Real-time PCR of selected genes in an expanded patient cohort.

Figure 3.

Time dependent effect of TGF-b1, EGF and IGF-1 on VEGF-A expression in HK-2 cells.

Figure 4.

VEGF immunohistochemistry in stable and progressive patients.

Figure 5.

Quantitative tubular VEGF protein expression in stable and progressive patients.
Impressum
Dr. Michael Rudnicki
Medical University Innsbruck
Department of Internal Medicine IV, Nephrology und Hypertension
Anichstrasse 35, A-6020 Innsbruck
Tel: +43 512 504 81337, Fax: +43 512 504 25857
michael.rudnicki@i-med.ac.at