Konstantin Gavrilov

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Chronic metabolic acidosis increases urinary calcium excretion without altering intestinal calcium absorption, suggesting that bone mineral is the source of the additional urinary calcium. In vivo and in vitro studies have shown that metabolic acidosis causes a loss of mineral calcium while buffering the additional hydrogen ions. Previously, we studied(More)
Mammalian interphase and mitotic cells were analyzed for their cation composition using a three-dimensional high resolution scanning ion microprobe. This instrument maps the distribution of bound and unbound cations by secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS). SIMS analysis of cryofractured interphase and mitotic cells revealed a cell cycle dynamics of Ca2+,(More)
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