The Science

From the start, we have focused on improving patient care through a systematic process of research and discovery. We have paired our clinical insights into the unmet needs of the kidney injury space with a deep scientific and physiological understanding gained from harnessing over $60 million in research funding.

Company Publications

Noninvasive Urinary Monitoring of Progression in IgA Nephropathy

Joshua Y.C. Yang, et al.

International Journal of Medical Sciences

A Novel Multi-Biomarker Assay for Non-Invasive Quantitative Monitoring of Kidney Injury

Drew Watson, Joshua Y.C. Yang, et al.

Journal of Clinical Medicine

Cell-Free DNA and CXCL10 Derived from Bronchoalveolar Lavage Predict Lung Transplant Survival

Joshua Y.C. Yang, et al.

Journal of Clinical Medicine

A Rapid Noninvasive Assay for the Detection of Renal Transplant Injury

Tara K. Sigdel, et al.


Transplant Genetics and Genomics

Joshua Y.C. Yang, Minnie M. Sarwal

Nature Reviews Genetics

Additional publications are available upon request.

Intellectual Property

Nephrosant, Inc. is represented by Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR).

We have secured patents, both granted and pending, for our novel assay technology from UCSF and Stanford University.

Predecessor Academic Publications

Molecular Heterogeneity in Acute Renal Allograft Rejection Identified by DNA Microarray Profiling

Minnie M. Sarwal, et al.

New England Journal of Medicine

Perturbations in the Urinary Exosome in Transplant Rejection

Tara K Sigdel, et al.

Frontiers in Medicine

Integrative Urinary Peptidomics in Renal Transplantation Identifies Biomarkers for Acute Rejection

Xuefeng B. Ling et al.

Journal of the American Society of Nephrology

A urinary Common Rejection Module (uCRM) score for non-invasive kidney transplant monitoring

Tara K Sigdel, Joshua Y.C. Yang, et al.


The common rejection module in chronic rejection post lung transplantation

Annelore Sacreas, et al.


Optimization for peptide sample preparation for urine peptidomics

Tara K Sigdel, et al.

Clinical Proteomics