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|Comparison of the Urine Protein to Creatinine Ratio with 24-Hour Urinary Protein Amounts in Patients with Kidney Transplants|
|Su-Jin Kim, An-Sook Choi, Jin-Ho Lee, Seong-Min Yu, Joon-Seok Oh, Sung-Min Kim, Yong-Hun Sin, Joong-Kyung Kim|
|Korean J Med. 2011;81(1):82-88. Published online 2011 July 1|
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