Mechanisms and consequences of carbamoylation

02:51 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Nature Publishing

Patients with chronic kidney disease have elevated levels of carbamoylated proteins. Here the authors review the mechanisms of carbamoylation, the effects of this post-translational modification on renal function and strategies to reduce the carbamoylation load.

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