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Pietro A. Canetta

In the past several years, major progress has been made in understanding the mechanisms underlying the development and progression of IgA nephropathy (IgAN). These advances have contributed to the generation of an ever-expanding catalog of measurable variables that provide diagnostic or prognostic information about IgAN. Such measures span the gamut from immune mediators and metabolites detectable in serum or urine, to genetic and epigenetic traits, to histologic features both traditional and novel. IgAN has a complex multistep pathogenesis involving essentially every branch of the immune system, and this progress in measurable variables holds great promise for better characterizing the disease