An international research team led by Wolfgang Weninger, who has been Head of MedUni Vienna’s Department of Dermatology since 1 September, has discovered a previously unknown virus that acts as a “driver” for certain kidney diseases (interstitial nephropathy). This “atypical” virus, which the scientists named “MKPV” (for Mouse Kidney Parvovirus), belongs to the family of […]Continue Reading ...
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