Furthermore, the precursors of phenylacetylglycine (PAG) and hippurate
are also produced by gut bacteria (Wei et al.
Prophylactic methenamine hippurate
or nitrofurantoin in patients with an indwelling urinary catheter.
pneumophila as identified by positive hippurate
The main changes observed in the NMR spectra the first 4 days of hospitalization were complete suppression of hippurate
excretion and decreased excretion of citrate, indicative of a renal tubular malfunction, and increased excretion of dimethylamine (DMA) and trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), which are considered as markers for papillary dysfunction (6, 7).
Campylobacter strains were presumptively identified with Gram stain, oxidase, and hippurate
hydrolysis tests and confirmed with a C.
intestinal infection) is the abnormal excretion of D-lactate (not chromatographically separated from L-lactate), methylmalonate, p-hydroxyphenylacetate, p-hydroxyphenyllactate, phenylacetylglutamine, phenylpropionylglycine, glutarate, benzoate, and hippurate
One isolate (M380) did not hydrolyze hippurate
but produced acid from trehalose and xylose.
Highly significant differences were seen for citrate, alanine, lactate, and hippurate
, which were all higher in diabetic children than in the unaffected individuals (Table 1).
Age dependence of renal function: clearance of iohexol and pamino hippurate
in healthy males.
Isolates were determined to be Campylobacter by dark-field microscopic examination and hippurate
BA is conjugated with glycine to form hippurate
, which is efficiently excreted in the urine.
The isolates were sent to Helsinki University Central Hospital (HUCH) Laboratory Diagnostics along with information about the patient (date of birth, sex, recent travel history) and the isolate (date of stool sampling, hippurate