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Targeting immune cell glutamyl-prolyl-transfer RNA synthetase 1 (EPRS1) to prevent fibrosis after tubulointerstitial nephritis.

Glutamyl-prolyl-transfer RNA synthetase 1 is an enzyme that connects glutamic acid and proline to transfer RNA during protein synthesis. In this issue, a study by Kang et al. examined the role of the immune cell glutamyl-prolyl-transfer RNA synthetase 1 in toxin-induced tubulointerstitial nephritis mice. The study demonstrated that blocking glutamyl-prolyl-transfer RNA synthetase 1 may be a therapeutic target to attenuate fibrosis after toxin-induced tubulointerstitial nephritis.

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