Normal 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Levels Are Associated with Less Proteinuria and Attenuate Renal Failure Progression in Children with CKD

Rukshana Shroff, Helen Aitkenhead, Nikola Costa, Antonella Trivelli, Mieczyslaw Litwin, Stefano Picca, Ali Anarat, Peter Sallay, Fatih Ozaltin, Aleksandra Zurowska, Augustina Jankauskiene, Giovanni Montini, Marina Charbit, Franz Schaefer, Elke Wühl, A. Anarat, A. Bakkaloglu, F. Ozaltin, A. Peco-Antic, U. QuerfeldJ. Gellermann, P. Sallay, D. Drozdz, K. E. Bonzel, A. M. Wingen, A. Zurowska, I. Balasz, F. Perfumo, D. E. Müller-Wiefel, K. Möller, G. Offner, B. Enke, E. Wühl, C. Gimpel, O. Mehls, F. Schaefer, S. Emre, S. Caliskan, S. Mir, S. Wygoda, K. Hohbach-Hohenfellner, N. Jeck, G. Klaus, G. Ardissino, S. Testa, G. Montini, M. Charbit, P. Niaudet, A. Caldas-Afonso, A. Fernandes-Teixeira, J. Duek, M. C. Matteucci, S. Picca, A. Mastrostefano, M. Wigger, U. B. Berg, G. Celsi, M. Fischbach, J. Terzic, J. Fydryk, T. Urasinski, R. Coppo, Licia Peruzzi, K. Arbeiter, A. Jankauskiené, R. Grenda, M. Litwin, R. Janas, G. Laube, T. J. Neuhaus

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