STUDIES OF CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS METABOLISM: IV. The Effect of the Parathyroid Hormone.

@article{AlbrightSTUDIESOC,
  title={STUDIES OF CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS METABOLISM: IV. The Effect of the Parathyroid Hormone.},
  author={Fuller Albright and Wilhelm P. Bauer and Marian W. Ropes and Joseph C. Aub},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={
          139-81
        }
}
In the course of our studies in calciulm metabolism evidence has steadily accumulated that the metabolism of acid-producing substances plays an important r6le in influencing the assimilation and excretion of calcium. This effect, however, has not been adequately studied in man, and in other studies of calcium exchange the potential acidity or alkalinity of foods and medication has largely been neglected. It is the purpose of the present investigation to follow the effect of food-stuffs and… CONTINUE READING

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