Quantification of chromatographic effects of vitamin B supplementation in urine and implications for hydration assessment.

Abstract

Changes in body water elicit reflex adjustments at the kidney, thus maintaining fluid volume homeostasis. These renal adjustments change the concentration and color of urine, variables that can, in turn, be used as biomarkers of hydration status. It has been suggested that vitamin supplementation alters urine color; it is unclear whether any such alteration… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00068.2015

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@article{Kenefick2015QuantificationOC, title={Quantification of chromatographic effects of vitamin B supplementation in urine and implications for hydration assessment.}, author={Robert William Kenefick and Kristen R. Heavens and William E. Dennis and Elizabeth M Caruso and Katelyn I Guerriere and Nisha Charkoudian and Samuel N Cheuvront}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={2015}, volume={119 2}, pages={110-5} }