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Uremic Toxins

Author: S Ringoir; Raymond Vanholder; Shaul G Massry
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1987.
Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 223.
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The present book contains the Proceedings of a two day Symposium on Uremic Toxins organized at the University of Ghent in Belgium. There is a striking contrast between all the new dialysis strategies  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: S Ringoir; Raymond Vanholder; Shaul G Massry
ISBN: 9781468454451 1468454455 9781468454475 1468454471
OCLC Number: 840289114
Description: 1 online resource (296 pages).
Contents: Parathyroid Hormone: A Uremic Toxin --
Retention Patterns --
Middle Molecules and the 7 C Factor --
Middle Molecules as a Marker of Uremic Toxins --
The Abiko Factor --
Polyamines and Uremia --
Roles of Hippurate and Indoxyl Sulfate in the Impaired Ligand Binding by Azotemic Plasma --
Hippuric Acid as a Marker --
Suppressive Effect of Quinolinic Acid and Hippuric Acid on Bone Marrow Erythroid Growth and Lymphocyte Blast Formation in Uremia --
Purine Metabolites in Uraemia --
The Role of Lipids in Progressive Glomerular Disease --
Aluminum an Uremic Toxin --
The Insulin-Resistance Inducing Factor Associated with Uremia --
Pathogenesis and Consequences of the Alteration of Glucose Metabolism in Renal Insufficiency --
Separation of Peptidic Inhibitor of Erythropoiesis in Uremia --
Uremic Toxins Inhibit the Platelet Malonyldialdehyde Production Rate --
A Possible Regulatory System of Microtubule Formation Among Uremic Toxins --
Encephalopathic Toxicity: An Experimental Model of Uremia and Solute --
Specific Dialysis --
Intellectual Impairment in Chronic Renal Failure --
The Fraction b 4-2: Isolation, Characterization and Biological Activities with Reference to Uremic Polyneuropathy --
Intracellular Acid-Base and Energy Metabolism in Uremia: A Preliminary Study of Five Patients Before and During Dialysis Treatment --
Is Selenium Deficiency the Cause of Uraemic Cardiomyopathy? --
Does Hypermagnesemia Suppress Parathyroid Activity and Therefore Play a Role in Amelioration of Uremic Toxicity? --
Synthesis and Structure-Activity Relationships of Thymopoietin --
The Immunosuppressive Fraction Isolated from Uremic Ultrafiltrates: Attempted Characterization of the Mechanism of Action --
Isolation of an Immunosuppressive Fraction from Uremic Ultrafiltrates --
Binding of Organic Acids to Surface Receptors of Lymphocytes as an Immunosuppressive Mechanism in Uremia --
Uremic Dysmetabolism and its Effect on Immunocompetent and Erythroid Cell Function --
Conversion of Ammonia to Glutamate by L-Glutamic Dehydrogenase, Alcohol Dehydrogenase and NAD+ Immunobilized within Lipid-Polyamide Polyethyleneimine Microcapsules --
A Purification Method by Uncoated Charcoal --
Amino Acid Composition of Uremic Middle and Low Molecular Weight Retention Products --
Biochemical Elucidation and HPLC Fractionation of Fluorescent Peptides in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure --
Separation from Uremic Body Fluids and Normal Urine of Na+, K+-ATPase Inhibitor --
Isolation of Sialylcompounds from Hemofiltrate of Chronic Uremic Patients and Identification by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance --
Identification of Two Uremic toxins by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Mass Spectrometry --
Kinetic of Solute Removal in Hemodialysis --
An Advanced, User-Friendly Microcomputer Program for Hemodialysis Kinetics --
Is Serum Urea a Good Index for Predicting Morbidity in Hemodialysis (HD)? --
Predicted time of Dialysis in Patients with Different Volumes of Urea Distribution --
The Use of Mathematical Model --
Membranes and their Removal of Uremic Toxins --
Replacement of Excretory Kidney Function by High-Efficiency Hemodiafiltration (HDF) with a Peptide-Permeable Membrane --
Paired filtration-Dialysis (PFD): A Separate Convective-Diffusive System for Extracorporeal Blood Purification in Uraemic Patients --
Removal of Small Proteins --
The Stepchild of Dialysis Therapy Protein Permeability of Different Hemofiltration Membranes Analysed by SDS-Poly-acrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-Page) --
Hemofiltration-Induced Serum Modifications in the Pattern of Larger Molecules --
Carnitine Depletion During Chronic Hemodialysisi Effect of Substitution on Free Carnitine Plasma Levels.
Series Title: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 223.
Responsibility: edited by Severin Ringoir, Raymond Vanholder, Shaul G. Massry.

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