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Brown KD, Campbell C, and Roberts GV
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Precision medicine in kidney disease: the patient’s view
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Nat Rev Nephr
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2020 Aug 08
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DOI: 10.1038/s41581-020-0319-0
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Menon R*, Otto E*, Hoover PJ, Eddy S, Mariani LH, Godfrey B, Berthier CC, Eichinger F, Subramanian L, Harder JL, Ju W, Nair V, Larkina M, Naik AS, Luo J, Jain S, Sealfon R, Troyanskaya OG, Hacohen N, Hodgin JB, Kretzler M
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Single cell transcriptomics identifies focal segmental glomerulosclerosis remission endothelial biomarker
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JCI Insight
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2020 Mar 26;5(6):e133267
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DOI: 10.1172/jci.insight.133267
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Veličković D, Zhang G, Bezbradica D, Bhattacharjee A, Paša-Tolić L, Sharma K, Alexandrov T, Anderton CR, and KPMP Consortium
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Response Surface Methodology as a New Approach for Finding Optimal MALDI Matrix Spraying Parameters for Mass Spectrometry Imaging
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J Am Soc Mass Spec
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2020 Feb 06;31(3):508-516
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DOI: 10.1021/jasms.9b00074
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PMID: 32126772
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Lake BB, Chen S, Hoshi M, Plongthongkum N, Salamon D, Knoten A, Vijayan A, Venkatesh R, Kim EH, Gao D, Gaut J, Zhang K, Jain S
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A single-nucleus RNA-sequencing pipeline to decipher the molecular anatomy and pathophysiology of human kidneys
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Nat Commun
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2019 Jun 27;10(1):2832
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DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-10861-2
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PMID: 31249312
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PMCID: PMC6597610
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Desanti De Oliveira B, Xu K, Shen TH, Callahan M, Kiryluk K, D’Agati VD, Tatonetti NP, Barasch J, Devarajan P
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Molecular Nephrology: Types of Acute Tubular Injury
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Nat Rev Nephrol
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2019 Oct;15(10):599-612
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DOI: 10.1038/s41581-019-0184-x
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PMID: 31439924
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Kimmel PL, Jefferson N, Norton JM, Star RA
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How Community Engagement is Enhancing NIDDK Research
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Clin J Am Soc Nephrol
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2019 May 7;14(5):768-770
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DOI: 10.2215/CJN.14591218
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PMID: 30917992
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PMCID: PMC6500937
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Dieter BP, Alicic RZ, Tuttle KR
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GLP-1 Receptor Agonists in Diabetic kidney Disease: From the Patient-Side to the Bench-Side
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Am J Physiol Renal Physiol
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2018 Dec 1;315(6):F1519-F1525
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DOI: 10.1152/ajprenal.00211.2018
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Kiryluk K, Bomback AS, Cheng Y, Xu K, Camara PG, Rabadan R, Sims PA, Barasch J
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Precision Medicine for Acute Kidney Injury (AKI): Redefining AKI by Agnostic Kidney Tissue Interrogation and Genetics
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Semin Nephrol
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2018 Jan;38(1):40-51
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DOI: 10.1016/j.semnephrol.2017.09.006
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PMID: 29291761
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PMCID: PMC5753434
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Hansen J, Sealfon R, Menon R, Eadon MT, Lake BB, Steck B, Dobi D, Parikh S, Sidgel TK, Alexandrov T, Schroeder A, Otto EA, Anderton CR, Barwinska D, Zheng G, Rose MP, Shapiro JP, Velickovic D, Pamreddy A, Winfree S, He Y, de Boer IH, Hodgin JB, Nair A, Sharma K, Sarwal M, Zhang K, Himmelfarb J, Laszik Z, Rovin B, Dagher PC, He JC, El-Achkar TM, Jain S, Troyanskaya OG, Kretzler M, Iyengar R, Azeloglu EU, for the Kidney Precision Medicine Project Consortium
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Towards Building a Smart Kidney Atlas: Network-based integration of multimodal transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic and imaging data in the Kidney Precision Medicine Project
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Biorxiv [Preprint]
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2020 July 24
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DOI: 10.1101/2020.07.23.216507
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Schroeder AW, Sur S, Rashmi P, Damm I, Zarinsefat A, Kretzler M, Hodgin J, Hartoularos G, Sigdel T, Chun Ye J, Sarwal MM, For the Kidney Precision Medicine Project
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Novel Human Kidney Cell Subsets Identified by Mux-Seq
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BioRxiv 973925 [Preprint]
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2020 Mar 04
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DOI: 10.1101/2020.03.02.973925
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El-Achkar TM, Eadon MT, Menon R, Lake BB, Sigdel TK, Alexandrov T, Parikh S, Zhang G, Dobi D, Dunn KW, Otto EA, Anderton CR, Carson JM, Luo J, Park C, Hamidi H, Zhou J, Hoover P, Schroeder A, Joanes M, Azeloglu E, Sealfon R, Winfree S, Steck B, He Y, D’Agati V, Iyengar R, Troyanskaya OG, Barisoni L, Gaut J, Zhang K, Laszik Z, Rovin B, Dagher PC, Sharma K, Sarwal M, Hodgin JB, Alpers CE, Kretzler M, Jain S, For the Kidney Precision Medicine Project
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A Multimodal and Integrated Approach to Interrogate Human Kidney Biopsies with Rigor and Reproducibility: The Kidney Precision Medicine Project
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BioRxiv 828665 [Preprint]
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2019 Nov 06
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DOI: 10.1101/828665
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Supplemental materials:
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Content proposals

When do I have to submit a concept proposal?

A concept proposal should be submitted when a discrete concept for a manuscript has been put together and the base approach has been defined. You should submit the concept proposal two weeks (by 12:00p ET) before the P&P call you would like to be reviewed on. The P&P meets bi-weekly.

What do I include in a concept proposal submission?

The proposal will include a title, proposed writing group (author list), hypotheses or aims, description of data to be used, and confirmation that any used KPMP data is/will be publicly available in accordance with the KPMP Data Sharing Plan.

Do I have to wait for P&P approval of the concept proposal before starting to write the manuscript?

No, but the P&P encourages KPMP investigators to submit concept proposals as early as possible so others interested have the opportunity to join the writing group.

Where can I find a list of the KPMP concept proposals in progress?

The Central Hub will include a list of active concept proposals in the weekly KPMP Newsletter. Anyone interested in joining a writing group should contact that group directly.

manuscripts

Do I have to submit my manuscript to P&P?

All manuscripts supported fully, or in part, by KPMP data or resources should be submitted to P&P Committee for approval. This includes any manuscripts that include authorship by a KPMP investigator and contain KPMP data (regardless of whether non-KPMP authors and or data from other sources are also included) or resources.

I am a member of the KPMP and the KPMP data in my manuscript is publicly available (pilot tissue or otherwise).
Do I have to submit it to the P&P?

Yes. The P&P will review the manuscript to ensure it credits the KPMP appropriately. The P&P also uses the submission system to track consortium output.

I am a member of the KPMP and the KPMP data in my manuscript is previously published (pilot tissue or otherwise).
Do I have to submit it to the P&P?

Yes. The P&P will review the manuscript to ensure it credits the KPMP appropriately. The P&P also uses the submission system to track consortium output.

I am a member of the KPMP and am writing a non-KPMP related manuscript that uses previously published KPMP data (pilot tissue or otherwise) as a control dataset. Do I have to submit it to the P&P?

Yes. The P&P will review the manuscript to ensure it credits the KPMP appropriately. The P&P also uses the submission system to track consortium output.

When do I have to submit my manuscript?

You should submit a nearly final draft of the manuscript two weeks (by 12:00p ET) before the P&P call you would like to be reviewed on. The P&P meets bi-weekly.

What verbiage should I use to include the KPMP as an author?

"for the Kidney Precision Medicine Project"

Abstracts

When do I have to submit an abstract?

An abstract should be submitted at least one week before the external (ie conference) submission deadline. The P&P aims to review abstracts within one week of submission, independent of their meeting schedule.

Presentations

When do I have to submit a presentation?

The P&P does not require consortium members to submit presentations. The P&P requests that consortium members submit invited talks at national meetings (talk title, meeting details, and optional presentation slides) to the P&P for archival purposes only. These submissions will not undergo review.

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