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Emerging role of urinary micro RNA-21 and microRNA-342 in arsenic-induced toxicity
Arsenic (As) is a toxic substance that can cause damage to liver and kidney tissues. Many studies showed that exposure to small amounts of this substance induces oxidative stress and causes kidney injury through the formation of free radicals. Accumulation of these non-essential metals can occur over many years, especially in the kidneys. Extracellular vesicles (EVs) facilitate intercellular communication and include exosomes, ectosomes, and apoptotic bodies. EVs are secreted through endosomesdoi:10.5281/zenodo.7266965 fatcat:citdsgwzpzcrpm43kq6mbz6hhe