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Diabetes in now the commonest cause of renal failure in the western world. Furthermore the survival of diabetic patients requiring dialysis treatment for renal failure is far less than patients with renal failure secondary to all other diseases. It is therefore important to identify the factors that control the development of progressive renal disease to allow targeted therapeutic interventions which would have major implications both to patient well-being and also to the provision of healthdoi:10.14670/hh-13.565 pmid:9589909 fatcat:t7xsi3ad2bbdnnwvtfhdy6bari