Nabity, Mary individual record
Associate Professor
overview

My research interests involve the pathogenesis of kidney disease and investigation of novel biomarkers in dogs and cats with chronic kidney disease and their relation to conventional measures of renal function. In our lab, we are actively exploring urinary proteins, mRNAs, and miRNAs in dogs with naturally occurring glomerular disease in order to determine their ability to serve as early markers of renal disease, specific markers of certain types of renal disease and disease progression, and targets for novel therapies. Our goal is to improve our understanding of the development and progression of kidney disease and to develop and validate testing methods in order to more effectively diagnosis and monitor renal disease in companion animals and humans.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles51
Chapters6
  • Clark, S. D., & Nabity, M. B. (2020). 24 Male Reproductive Tract Prostate, Testes, Penis, and Semen. Cowell and Tyler's Diagnostic Cytology and Hematology of the Dog and Cat. (pp. 406-422). Elsevier.
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  • Nabity, M. B., & Ramaiah, S. K. (2012). Blood and bone marrow toxicity. Veterinary Toxicology. (pp. 351-363). Elsevier.
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  • Nabity, M. B., & Ramaiah, S. K. (2012). Chapter 22 Blood and bone marrow toxicity. Veterinary Toxicology. (pp. 351-363).
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  • Nabity, M. B. (2011). Urine Protein and Microalbuminuria. Nephrology and Urology of Small Animals. (pp. 58-61). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd..
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  • Ramaiah, S. K., & Nabity, M. B. (2007). Blood and bone marrow toxicity. Veterinary Toxicology. (pp. 277-288). Elsevier.
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Email
mnabity@tamu.edu
First Name
Mary
Last Name
Nabity
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Vet Med Pathobiology; 4467 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4467
USA