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May-2010The Oxford IgA nephropathy clinicopathological classification is valid for children as well as adults.Working Group of the International IgA Nephropathy Network and the Renal Pathology Society; Coppo, R; Troyanov, S; Camilla, R; Hogg, RJ; Cattran, DC; Cook, HT; Feehally, J; Roberts, IS; Amore, A; Alpers, CE; Barratt, J; Berthoux, F; Bonsib, S; Bruijn, JA; D'Agati, V; D'Amico, G; Emancipator, SN; Emma, F; Ferrario, F; Fervenza, FC; Florquin, S; Fogo, AB; Geddes, CC; Groene, HJ; Haas, M; Herzenberg, AM; Hill, PA; Hsu, SI; Jennette, JC; Joh, K; Julian, BA; Kawamura, T; Lai, FM; Li, LS; Li, PK; Liu, ZH; Mezzano, S; Schena, FP; Tomino, Y; Walker, PD; Wang, H; Weening, JJ; Yoshikawa, N; Zhang, HJournal Article
May-2010Variation in IGHMBP2 is not associated with IgA nephropathy in independent studies of UK Caucasian and Chinese Han patients.Lou, T; Zhang, J; Gale, DP; Rees, AJ; Rhodes, B; Feehally, J; Li, C; Li, Y; Li, R; Huang, W; Hu, B; Leung, JC; Lam, MF; Lai, KN; Wang, Y; Maxwell, PHJournal Article
2010UK Renal Registry 12th Annual Report (December 2009): chapter 4: UK ESRD prevalent rates in 2008: national and centre-specific analyses.Byrne, C; Steenkamp, R; Castledine, C; Ansell, D; Feehally, JJournal Article
2010UK Renal Registry 12th Annual Report (December 2009): chapter 3: UK ESRD incident rates in 2008: national and centre-specific analyses.Byrne, C; Ford, D; Gilg, J; Ansell, D; Feehally, JJournal Article
Oct-2010HLA has strongest association with IgA nephropathy in genome-wide analysis.Feehally, J; Farrall, M; Boland, A; Gale, DP; Gut, I; Heath, S; Kumar, A; Peden, JF; Maxwell, PH; Morris, DL; Padmanabhan, S; Vyse, TJ; Zawadzka, A; Rees, AJ; Lathrop, M; Ratcliffe, PJJournal Article