Drs. Sanne van Raaij

Sanne van Raaij

Renal iron handling in health and disease. Projects include investigating the mechanisms of iron handling in renal proximal tubular cells during normal conditions, conditions of (systemic) iron overload as well as during renal disease. In addition, research is focused on how renal iron handling can result in renal injury. In vitro cell culture studies are combined with studies in the zebrafish and analysis of urine and renal tissue collected from patients.

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E-mail: Sanne.vanRaaij@radboudumcn.nl

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Publications by Sanne van Raaij

Iron handling by the human kidney: Glomerular filtration and tubular reabsorption both contribute to urinary iron excretion van Raaij SE, Rennings AJ, Biemond BJ, Schols SE, Wiegerinck ET, Roelofs HM, Hoorn EJ, Walsh SB, Nijenhuis T, Swinkels DW, Van Swelm R. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 2019;Epub.
Inhibition of Nrf2 alters cell stress induced by chronic iron exposure in human proximal tubular epithelial cells van Raaij SEG, Masereeuw R, Swinkels DW, van Swelm RPL. Toxicol Lett 2018;295:179.
Tubular iron deposition and iron handling proteins in human healthy kidney and chronic kidney disease van Raaij S, van Swelm R, Bouman K, Cliteur M, van den Heuvel M, Pertijs J, Patel D, Bass P, van Goor H, Unwin R, Srai SK, Swinkels D. Scientific Reports 2018;8(1):9353.

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