Jörg Wipplinger

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The effects of magnesium (Mg) and citrate on the metastable limit of calcium oxalate (CaOx) solubility (synonym: tolerable oxalate TO) were examined in artificial urine and in postprandial urine of(More)
BACKGROUND In IRCU it is uncertain whether variation of urinary protein, especially non-albumin protein (N-Alb-P), is due to the presence of stones or reflects alteration of oxidative metabolism. (More)
Previous work in younger males with recurrent idiopathic calcium urolithiasis (RCU) demonstrated inappropriately high postprandial phosphaturia, hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance, but normal(More)
Uric acid (UA), a waste product of purine metabolism, may be involved in calcium phosphate crystallization and deposition. Rats, which develop nephrocalcinosis on high-fat or magnesium-deficient(More)
BACKGROUND In IRCU the possible role of urinary pH (U-pH) as risk factor of calcium (Ca) stones is poorly understood. OBJECTIVES To evaluate in IRCU the response to an oral acid load, focussing on(More)