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A genetic study of mice and humans in this week's Science Signaling has identified new molecular contributors to kidney fibrosis. Chronic kidney disease and kidney injury often result in renal fibrosis, but the mechanisms underlying fibrogenesis are not entirely clear. In the study, a University of Manchester-led team used RNA sequencing and other techniques to study kidney fibrosis in human patients and in mice with experimentally induced kidney injury.

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