Study protocol: rationale and design of the community-based prospective cohort study of kidney function and diabetes in rural New Mexico, the COMPASS study

February 2018

Antonin Jaros, Hafiz Sroya, Venita Wolfe, Vikas Ghai, et al.


Scientists report design and launch of the COMPASS study, a prospective, longitudinal cohort in rural New Mexico aimed at better understanding diabetic chronic kidney disease and related biomarkers. They believe focusing on a high-risk area will help address disparities in kidney disease research. For miRNA biomarker discovery, they are using PippinHT to select purified PCR products ranging from 127 bp to 156 bp.

BMC Nephrology
doi: 10.1186/s12882-018-0842-4

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