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This study aimed to identify proteins in the urine of dogs with renal dysfunction during the natural course of babesiosis (n=10) and to compare them with proteins in a control group (n=10) to reveal any potential biomarkers of renal damage. Pooled urine samples from both groups were separated by 2D (two-dimensional) electrophoresis, followed by protein identification using MALDI-TOF (matrixassisted laser desorption ionization time of flight) mass spectrometry. In total, 176 proteins weredoi:10.21203/rs.2.11052/v1 fatcat:mytpnfuuanbrrmri5cvw2vzfii