natriuresis

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natriuresis

[¦na·trē·yu̇′rē·səs]
(physiology)
Excretion of sodium in the urine.
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A standard calibration curve was generated by spiking different aliquots of the working stock solution into blank human urine specimen; yielding a nine-point calibration curve.
Pearson's correlation data pointed out the fact that that human urine and water fluoride concentrations have a signficant positive dose response relationship with the prevalence of dental and skeletal fluorosis in fluorotic areas having higher fluoride levels in drinking water.
When asked about his thoughts on the effects of human urine on whitetails, he doesn't hesitate with a reply.
This is the first time that the ability to detect these protein modifiers have been identified in human urine samples.
Winand, my experiments with human urine in scrapes ended with disastrous results.
Evaluation of human urine as a source of nutrients in the production of tomato seedlings
The company's R&D team continues to expand testing services for drugs of abuse in human urine, oral fluid, hair and blood in order to deliver the most comprehensive drug-testing profiles.
For extraction efficiency experiments, 6 blank mouse and human urine samples were spiked with 50 [micro]g/L of all analytes, and extraction was performed as described above.
It is known that the antibacterial property of human urine lies in its low pH, high urine urea concentration and osmolality (11).
Another bodily waste, human urine, also was used in the manufacture of saltpeter; stale urine and straw were set to sour for many months in a nitrate production process.
Ancient Romans at one time used human urine as an ingredient in their toothpaste.
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