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Clinical Study

Urinary Mitochondrial DNA Identifies Renal Dysfunction and Mitochondrial Damage in Sepsis-Induced Acute Kidney Injury

Table 2

Correlations between plasma mtDNA and markers of systemic inflammation and kidney injury in sepsis patients.

Plasma COX3 levelsPlasma ND1 levels

Inflammation
 Leukocyte count; ;
 Plasma CRP; ;
 Plasma PCT; ;
 Plasma IL-6 (pg/mL); ;
Renal Function
 Plasma creatinine (μmol/L); ;
 Urinary NGAL; ;
 Urinary KIM-1; ;

Linear regression was performed and Spearman’s rank-order coefficients were calculated. CRP: C-reactive protein; PCT: procalcitonin; NGAL: neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin; KIM-1: kidney injury molecule-1. indicates significant correlations.

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