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  • The Intestine and Kidneys. A bad marriage can be hazardous. Clin Kidney J. 2015,8: 168-179. VIEW (PDF)
  • The Kidney-Gut Axis: Implications for Nutrition Care. Jr Renal Nutrition. 2015,25:399-403. VIEW (PDF)
  • Expansion of urease and uricase containing indole and p-cresol forming and contraction of short-chain fatty acid producing Intestinal microbiota in ESRD.Am J Nephrol. 2014,39:230-237. VIEW (PDF)
  • From the Gastrointestinal Tract (GIT) to the Kidneys: Live Bacterial Cultures (Probiotics) Mediating Reductions of Uremic Toxin Levels via Free Radical Signaling
    Toxins 2013, 5, 2042-2057.    VIEW (PDF)
  • Clinical and experimental use of probiotic formulations for management of end-stage renal disease: An update
    Alessandro Di Cerbo,,Federica Pezzuto, ,Lucia Palmieri, , Valentina Rottigni, , Tommaso Iannitti,, Beniamino Palmieri. Int Urol Nephrol (2013) 45:1569–1576  VIEW (Article)
  • Chronic kidney disease alters intestinal microbial flora. 
    Nosratola D. Vaziri1, Jakk Wong2, Madeleine Pahl1, Yvette M. Piceno2, Jun Yuan1, Todd Z. DeSantis3, Zhenmin Ni1,
    Tien-Hung Nguyen2 and Gary L. Andersen2  VIEW (Article)