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Review Article

MicroRNAs in the Progress of Diabetic Nephropathy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Table 1

Main characteristics of the reports included in the study; expression of miRNAs in DN groups.

AuthorYearCountryMethodsSamplesCase NumberMiRNAsExpression

McClelland et al.2015AustraliaqRT-PCRFFPE358miR-21up
Huang et al.2014ChinaqRT-PCRbiopsy36miR-155,miR-146aup
Koga et al.2015JapanqRT-PCRbiopsy11miR-26adown
Eissa et al.2016EgyptqRT-PCRurinary exosomes54566644miR-133b,miR-342,miR-30up
Bijkerk et al.2015NetherlandsqRT-PCRplasma1921miR-181a,miR-326up
Federica2015ItalyqRT-PCRurinary exosomes1212miR-145,miR-130aup
Kafaji et al.2016BahrainqRT-PCRwhole blood502921miR-126down
Ma et al.2016ChinaqRT-PCRserum127157159148miR-192down
Jia et al.2016ChinaqRT-PCRurinary10302030miR-192,miR-194,miR-215up
Barutta et al.2016ItalyqRT-PCRserum14374105miR-126down
Shao et al.2016ChinaqRT-PCRserum195186169140miR-217up
Eissa et al.2016EgyptqRT-PCRurinary exosomes444690miR-15b,miR-34a,miR-636up

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