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Preparation of urinary exosomes

Urinary exosomes are small (<100 nm) vesicles secreted into urine from renal epithelial cells. They are coated with lipid bilayer, they contain an array of membrane and cytosolic proteins, and selected RNA species, reflecting the molecular composition of their cell ...

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Human Urinary Exosomes as Innate Immune Effectors

Exosomes are e a spectrum of exosomal functions, including RNA transfer, antigen presentation, modulation of apoptosis, and shedding of obsolete protein. Exosomes derived from all nephron segments are also present in human urine, where their function is unknown. Although one ...

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