volume 9, issue 2, P524-546 2017
DOI: 10.18632/aging.101176
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Remington R.S. Schneider, Diana G. Eng, J. Nathan Kutz, Mariya T. Sweetwyne, Jeffrey W. Pippin, Stuart J. Shankland

Abstract: Advanced age portends a poorer prognosis in FSGS. To understand the impact of age on glomerular podocytes and parietal epithelial cells (PECs), experimental FSGS was induced in 3m-old mice (20-year old human age) and 27m-old mice (78-year old human age) by abruptly depleting podocytes with a cytopathic anti-podocyte antibody. Despite similar binding of the disease-inducing antibody, podocyte density was lower in aged FSGS mice compared to young FSGS mice. Activated PEC density was higher in aged versus young F…

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