Renal and Urological Pathobiology

This compendium celebrates a decided strength of The American Journal of Pathology, with three Associate Editors devoted to evaluation of manuscripts focusing on diseases of the kidney or genitourinary system. Such articles appear in topic categories that include Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, and Renal Pathology; Metabolic, Endocrine, and Genitourinary Pathobiology; and Tumorigenesis and Neoplastic Progression. This collection comprises original research papers published in the last two years that have been highly cited or received recognition as Editor’s Choice articles, and the full text of all is available free of charge.

Curated Collections From The American Journal of Pathology
Podocytopathy and Nephrotic Syndrome in Mice with Podocyte-Specific Deletion of the Asah1 Gene
Automated Detection and Grading of Non–Muscle-Invasive Urothelial Cell Carcinoma of the Bladder
A Deep Learning-Based Approach for Glomeruli Instance Segmentation from Multistained Renal Biopsy Pathologic Images
Bladder Cancer Invasion Is Mediated by Mammalian Target of Rapamycin Complex 2–Driven Regulation of Nitric Oxide and Invadopodia Formation
Exosome Biogenesis and Lysosome Function Determine Podocyte Exosome Release and Glomerular Inflammatory Response during Hyperhomocysteinemia
Single-Cell Transcriptomics Reveal Disrupted Kidney Filter Cell-Cell Interactions after Early and Selective Podocyte Injury
Co-Expression and Functional Interactions of Death Receptor 3 and E-Selectin in Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma
Single-Nucleus Transcriptional Profiling of Chronic Kidney Disease after Cisplatin Nephrotoxicity
Netrin-1 Overexpression Induces Polycystic Kidney Disease: A Novel Mechanism Contributing to Cystogenesis in Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease
Amelioration of Murine Diabetic Nephropathy with a SGLT2 Inhibitor Is Associated with Suppressing Abnormal Expression of Hypoxia-Inducible Factors
Periprostatic Adipose Tissue Displays a Chronic Hypoxic State that Limits Its Expandability
Barrier-Forming Potential of Epithelial Cells from the Exstrophic Bladder