Magnesium metabolism

  title={Magnesium metabolism},
  author={Machenzie Walser},
  journal={Ergebnisse der Physiologie Biologischen Chemie und Experimentellen Pharmakologie},
  • M. Walser
  • Published 1967
  • Medicine
  • Ergebnisse der Physiologie Biologischen Chemie und Experimentellen Pharmakologie
Electrolyte disorders in cancer patients: a systematic review
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Magnesaemia in dialysis patients - the unappreciated feature of mineral metabolism
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Hypomagnesemia, chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular mortality: Pronounced association but unproven causation
A thorough review of the current literature indicates that low magnesium levels in dialysis patients may reflect a poorer nutritional status and/or are the result of systemic inflammation.
Magnesium in Chronic Kidney Disease
This review will focus on normal magnesium homeostasis in CKD with a particular focus on endstage kidney disease and the potential role of magnesium as a phosphate binder and in cardiovascular and bone health, and Observational studies suggest that higher serum magnesium concentrations in dialysis patients may improve survival and may slow the decline in magnesium balance.
Magnesium in Chronic Kidney Disease: Unanswered Questions
While observational and small randomized trials suggest that exogenous administration may be useful as a phosphate binder and may have protective cardiovascular effects in terms of both arrhythmias and vascular calcification, large randomized trials are needed to test these hypotheses.
Magnesium transporter AtMGT9 is essential for pollen development in Arabidopsis
The results demonstrate that AtMGT9 functions as a low-affinity Mg2+ transporter that plays a crucial role in male gametophyte development and male fertility.
The effects of streneous exercise on intramuscular magnesium concentrations and muscle metabolism
In conclusion, despite excellent signal to noise values, PCr recovery after exercise has modest reproducibility and prior exercise is unlikely to alter measurements of resting metabolites or muscle metabolism.
Intracellular magnesium and magnesium buffering
The development of new techniques for measuring intracellular free Mg2+ during the 1980s has provided investigators with the tools needed to produce new insights into the regulation of cellular