UC Irvine study patients with renal failure experienced changes the composition of intestinal bacterial microbes that are crucial to staving off disease-causing pathogens and maintaining micronutrient balance.
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UC Irvine researchers have uncovered an important source of inflammation seen in people with chronic kidney disease, which is increasingly common due to the epidemic of obesity-related diabetes and hypertension.
June 19 event will raise funds for free disease screening in July.
UC Irvine urologists have successfully performed in the laboratory the first minimally invasive kidney surgery technique using a specially designed…
With JDRF grant, UCI professor pursues approach to diabetes that makes daily injections obsolete
Ancient Chinese practice lowers blood pressure, may lessen stroke, heart disease risks
Christine and Gordon McLaren’s research advances are improving the prognosis for a hereditary blood-iron overload disorder
EVENT: Tara M. Ruttley, associate program scientist for NASA’s International Space Station, will tour UC Irvine…
Breath analysis may prove to be an accurate, noninvasive way to quickly determine the severity of bacterial and other infections, according to a UC Irvine study appearing online today in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.