Suppressive Effect of Quinolinic Acid and Hippuric Acid on Bone Marrow Erythroid Growth and Lymphocyte Blast Formation in Uremia
The empirical treatment of chronic renal failure with dialysis therapy has achieved considerable success. But, there are some problems remaining unsolved in the management of dialysis therapy. Anemia is one of these problems.
KeywordsChronic Renal Failure Suppressive Effect Quinolinic Acid Hippuric Acid Kynurenic Acid
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