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Academic Article Urine stone risk factors in nephrolithiasis patients with and without bowel disease.
Academic Article Nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis in rats with small bowel resection.
Academic Article Evidence against a contribution of conventional urine risk factors to de novo ESRD renal stones.
Academic Article Urine pH in renal calcium stone formers who do and do not increase stone phosphate content with time.
Academic Article Intra-tubular deposits, urine and stone composition are divergent in patients with ileostomy.
Academic Article Glycoprotein calcium oxalate crystal growth inhibitor in urine.
Academic Article A test of the hypothesis that the collecting duct calcium-sensing receptor limits rise of urine calcium molarity in hypercalciuric calcium kidney stone formers.
Academic Article Plaque and deposits in nine human stone diseases.
Academic Article Control of calcium oxalate crystal structure and cell adherence by urinary macromolecules.
Academic Article The effect of warfarin on urine calcium oxalate crystal growth inhibition and urinary excretion of calcium and nephrocalcin.
Academic Article Effects of urinary macromolecules on hydroxyapatite crystal formation.
Academic Article Mechanism for higher urine pH in normal women compared with men.
Academic Article Mechanisms for falling urine pH with age in stone formers.
Grant Pathogenesis of Calcium Nephrolithiasis
Academic Article Sex Differences of Kidney Stone Urine Risk Factors after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass.
Academic Article Relative contributions of urine sulfate, titratable urine anion, and GI anion to net acid load and effects of age.
Academic Article Evidence for abnormal linkage between urine oxalate and citrate excretion in human kidney stone formers.

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