Intracellular Inorganic Phosphate and ATP Levels in Human Blood Erythrocytes, Leucocytes and Platelets in Normal Subjects and in Diseases Associated with Altered Phosphate Metabolism
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Phosphorus plays an important role in a variety of biological systems. It occurs in structural components such as phospholipids, and in other important cellular constituents, eg, nucleic acids, nucleotides, proteins, sugars etc. It is involved in the regulation of many metabolic pathways(1).
KeywordsRenal Tubular Acidosis Plasma Phosphate Intracellular Inorganic Phosphate Plasma Phosphate Level Resistant Rickets
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