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John L. Farber, MD

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132 South 10th Street
Main Building, Suite 285
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5028
(215) 923-2218 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Abrogation of esophageal carcinoma development in miR-31 knockout rats
  2. Human-like hyperplastic prostate with low ZIP1 induced solely by Zn deficiency in rats
  3. Transplant glomerulopathy
  4. The Nephrotoxicity of Vancomycin
  5. Integration of metabolomics, transcriptomics, and microRNA expression profiling reveals a miR-143-HK2-glucose network underlying zinc-deficiency-associated esophageal neopl
  6. Membranous nephropathy in the kidney allograft
  7. Rapidly Fatal Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis Developing Within Six Days Following Deceased-Donor Renal Transplantation: Case Report
  8. Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis: an update for nephrologists
  9. Correlation of acute tubular injury in reperfusion biopsy with renal transplant outcomes
  10. The humoral theory of transplantation: Epitope analysis and the pathogenicity of HLA antibodies
  11. Zinc intake, microRNA dysregulation, and esophageal cancer
  12. Endothelial Cells Expressing Endothelial and Mesenchymal Cell Gene Products in Lung Tissue from Patients with Systemic Sclerosis-Associated Interstitial Lung Disease
  13. MicroRNA dysregulation and esophageal cancer development depend on the extent of zinc dietary deficiency
  14. Humoral Immune Response and Allograft Function in Kidney Transplantation
  15. Humoral immunity in renal transplantation: Epitopes, Cw and DP, and complement-activating capability - an update
  16. Repression of esophageal neoplasia and inflammatory signaling by anti-MIR-31 delivery in vivo
  17. Posttransplantation normoglycemic diabetic nephropathy: The role of the allograft insulin resistance-a case report
  18. Sensitization, pathologic, and imaging findings comparing symptomatic and quiescent failed renal allografts
  19. The specificity of acute and chronic microvascular alterations in renal allografts
  20. GSK-3α is a central regulator of age-related pathologies in mice