The primary objective of the study was to assess if tenofovir (TFV) plasma and urinary concentrations were associated with urinary retinol binding protein (RBP) in HIV-positive patients with normal estimated filtration rate.

Tenofovir clearance is reduced in hiv-positive patients with subclinical tubular impairment

CALCAGNO, Andrea;CUSATO, JESSICA;MARINARO, Letizia;SIMIELE, MARCO;ALCANTARINI, Chiara;TRENTINI, Laura;MENGOZZI, GIULIO;D'AVOLIO, ANTONIO;DI PERRI, Giovanni;BONORA, Stefano
2016

Abstract

The primary objective of the study was to assess if tenofovir (TFV) plasma and urinary concentrations were associated with urinary retinol binding protein (RBP) in HIV-positive patients with normal estimated filtration rate.
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Calcagno, A; Cusato, J; Marinaro, L; Simiele, M; Lucchiari, M; Alcantarini, C; Tettoni, M C; Trentini, L; Mengozzi, G; D'Avolio, A; Di Perri, G; Bonora, S
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