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Head space analysis.
Additional analytical information is given about the method of head space analysis. From the data presented it can be concluded that this technique may be advantageous for enzyme kinetic studies inExpand
A Case of Bicarbonate-losing Renal Tubular Acidosis with Defective Carboanhydrase Activity
A girl of 20 months had primary proximal renal tubular acidosis with a lowered renal threshold for bicarbonate. There was no carboanhydrase inhibition after acetazolamide administration, suggestingExpand
The predictive value of CRP and I/T-ratio in neonatal infection
C-reactive protein (CRP) and immature: total neutrophil ratio (I/T-ratio) were evaluated as tests to detect neonatal sepsis in a prospective study in 185 neonates. The positive predictive valuesExpand
Mammalian acetoacetate decarboxylase activity. Its distribution in subfractions of human albumin and occurrence in various tissues of the rat.
In this article further information is presented about the characteristics of the mammalian enzyme acetoacetate decarboxylase (acetoacetate carboxylase, EC 4.1.1.4). The Michaelis-Menten plot shows aExpand
Therapy of Bicarbonate-losing Renal Tubular Acidosis
A 2-year-old-girl with severe bicarbonate-losing renal tubular acidosis was treated successively with bicarbonate, THAM, and two diuretics, hydrochlorothiazide and frusemide. Only withExpand
Evidence for the existence of mammalian acetoacetate decarboxylase: with special reference to human blood serum.
In this article evidence is presented for the existence of mammalian acetoacetate decarboxylase (acetoacetate carboxy-lyase: E.G. 4.1.1.4). From experiments with human blood serum the presence of aExpand
Determination of deferoxamine chelated iron.
The diagnostic value of the urine to blood carbon dioxide tension gradient for the assessment of distal tubular hydrogen secretion in pediatric patients with renal tubular disorders.
The urine to blood carbon dioxide tension gradient (U-B PCO2) following alkalinization of the urine (pH = 7.8) has been widely used to assess distal tubular hydrogen secretion. The magnitude of theExpand
Variation of carbonic acid pK'1g in blood and urine during NaHCO3 infusion and NH4Cl loading: a study of two renal acidotic patients.
In the Henderson-Hasselbalchequation,pH = pK + Iog(HCO/S#{149}pc02), the millirnolar partition coefficient, per mmHg pressure (S), and pK1 are considered to be constants.Combining these two constantsExpand
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