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Dietary phosphate restriction ameliorates endothelial dysfunction in adenine-induced kidney disease rats.

  • Author(s): Van 'T Veer, Laura
  • Van, TV
  • Watari, E
  • Taketani, Y
  • Kitamura, T
  • Shiota, A
  • Tanaka, T
  • Tanimura, A
  • Harada, N
  • Nakaya, Y
  • Yamamoto, H
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3391860?pdf=render
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Abstract

Hyperphosphatemia causes endothelial dysfunction as well as vascular calcification. Management of serum phosphate level by dietary phosphate restriction or phosphate binders is considered to be beneficial to prevent chronic kidney disease patients from car

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