End-stage renal disease in African Americans with lupus nephritis is associated with APOL1

Barry I. Freedman*, Carl D. Langefeld, Kelly K. Andringa, Jennifer A. Croker, Adrienne H. Williams, Neva E. Garner, Daniel J. Birmingham, Lee A. Hebert, Pamela J. Hicks, Mark S. Segal, Jeffrey C. Edberg, Elizabeth E. Brown, Graciela S. Alarcón, Karen H. Costenbader, Mary E. Comeau, Lindsey A. Criswell, John B. Harley, Judith A. James, Diane L. Kamen, S. Sam LimJoan T. Merrill, Kathy L. Sivils, Timothy B. Niewold, Neha M. Patel, Michelle Petri, Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman, John D. Reveille, Jane E. Salmon, Betty P. Tsao, Keisha L. Gibson, Joyce R. Byers, Anna K. Vinnikova, Janice P. Lea, Bruce A. Julian, Robert P. Kimberly

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