Welcome -Bienvenue- to the website of the Renal Fibrosis Laboratory in Toulouse, France.

Who are we?


We are an academic laboratory working in the field of kidney disease focussing on early detection, understanding and discovery of molecules that potentially will be able to slow down the progression of fibrosis in kidney disease.

Have a look around and if you are interested to talk to us, use the contact details below.


  • A robust urinary metabolome analysis pipeline in the RF-lab! You have waited a long time, but here it is!

    New publication in Science Report, Octobre 2016

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  • "Lysophosphatidic acid in CKD ! Latest paper in J PhysiolBiochem!"

    The enzymes involved in LPA metabolism might represent potential targets for the treatment of CKD

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  • "When mice become human"

    Speeding up preclinical research with the RF-lab, August, 2016

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    The "Fondation de l'Avenir" supports RF-lab's research, June 24, 2016"

  • First 100% RF-lab baby

    Welcome Juliette, May 2016

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  • "Destination Labo"

    High school students discover our research lab, May 13, 2016

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  • Amniotic fluid peptidome and CMV infection

    New publication in PLOS Pathogens, January 2016

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Tools that might interest you


Our research has led to the development of a number of tools that might be of interest to the community, both industry and academia.

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Our work is done in collaboration with many other laboratories and individuals mostly localized in Europe.

More information on these collaborative projects can be found in the link.

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