Mahimaidos Manoharan

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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 The site of origin of idiopathic recurrent calcium urolithiasis (IRCU)--a disorder characterized by stones composed of calcium oxalate (CaOx) and/or calcium phosphate (CaPi)--is uncertain,(More)
BACKGROUND IRCU is traditionally considered as life?style disease (associations with, among others, overweight, obesity, hypertension, type-2 diabetes), arising from excess, in 24 h urine, of calcium(More)
Oxalate was measured by ion chromatography in the ultrafiltrate of heparinized plasma from peripheral venous blood, using a membrane with a cut-off molecular weight (Mr). The following criteria were(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)
In idiopathic calcium urolithiasis the relationships between oxypurines, accompanying proteins and glucose in urine and plasma, and the associated metabolic activity (MA) are unknown. To establish(More)