Retardation of calcium oxalate formation by polyacidic peptides.

Citation:

Nissim Garti, Sara Sarig, and Francoise. Tibika. 1980. “Retardation of calcium oxalate formation by polyacidic peptides.” Investigative Urology, 18, 2, Pp. 149–150.

Abstract:

Polycarboxylic amino acids were examd. as possible retarding agents in the pptn. of urinary Ca oxalate [563-72-4] calculi. The effect was obsd. by continuous detn. of the concn. of Ca ions in a mimic urine soln. Both Na polyglutamate [26247-79-0] and Na polyaspartate [34345-47-6], when used in concns. of 5-100 ppm, significantly retarded Ca oxalate pptn. [on SciFinder(R)]
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