Effect of Phosphorus Depletion on the Renal Transport of Phosphate
Because phosphorus depletion is a condition with many adverse clinical consequences, it would seem desirable to have available a compensatory facility serving to promote inorganic phosphate (Pi) conservation and repletion. One very effective compensatory mechanism resides within the kidney.
KeywordsDietary Phosphorus Phosphate Loading Renal Transport Phosphate Depletion Phosphorus Deprivation
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