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Renal genomics pathways at WikiPathways

Welcome to the Renal Genomics Portal

This portal highlights WikiPathways content related to renal biology and disease. Most available pathways lack tissue/cell specificity and are of limited usefulness in highly differentiated tissues such as the glomerulus, renal arteries, macula densa or individual nephron segments. In order to produce quality renal genomics data kidney-specific pathways are needed. Crowd contributions by renal physiologists to further develop these pathways and to create new ones would help to integrate the renal knowledgebase and provide a powerful and freely-available tool to expand the renal genomics field.


General Information

About Wikipathways

About this portal

  • On the right, you'll find a curated set of Featured Pathways, representing renal biology-related pathways at WikiPathways.
  • On the left, you'll find a Search box to help find pathways by keywords or gene names.
  • Below, you'll find information on how to get involved with pathway curation, to help improve and expand the WikiPathways collection of renal specific pathways.


Renal Pathways Collection

Proximal Nephron

Distal Nephron

Renal Pathology

Other relevant pathways

Suggested Contributions

  • Acute Kidney Injury
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Diabetic Nephropathy
  • Kidney Transplants and Rejection
  • Mitochondria in Renal Disease
  • Membranous Nephropathy
  • Podocyte Biology
  • Immune System and the Kidney
  • Renovascular Hypertension
  • Salt-Sensitive Hypertension


Featured Pathway

Proximal Tubule Transporters (Rattus norvegicus)

Proximal Tubule Transporters
Proximal Tubule Transporters

View all Featured Pathways for this Portal


Get Involved!!

You are invited to test and curate existing pathways as well as to create new ones.

How do I do that?

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