natriuresis

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natriuresis

[¦na·trē·yu̇′rē·səs]
(physiology)
Excretion of sodium in the urine.
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With the exception of early failed attempts to transmit prion disease to rodents and nonhuman primates with urine from CJD patients (28,29), no investigation on prion infectivity of human urine has been reported.
The validation of the method in mouse and human urine was performed according to the Eurachem guidelines for quantitative methods (29).
That certain antibiotics are influenced by the content of human urine should be taken into account while prescribing these antibiotics for the treatment of urinary infections.
They treated a second group of cabbages with human urine that had been stored for 6 months.
With the word's phosphorus deposits due to expire in 50 years, a University of Technology Sydney researcher has called for large-scale recycling of human urine, a highly concentrated source of the essential plant nutrient.
Jason also confessed he'd had a silent pee in the night and Matt owned up to a secret wee, even though they had all been warned that the smell of human urine would attract rats and snakes.
Quantification of selected pesticide metabolites in human urine using isotope dilution high-performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry.
While many laboratories are consolidating, closing facilities or dropping testing matrices altogether, Forensic Laboratories has expanded testing services for drugs in human urine, saliva, hair and blood through experience and continued research and development.
In recent years, municipal agencies have not allowed tourists to visit unmaintained sections of the city's 630-km stretch of Great Wall to stop damage from graffiti, human urine and the remains of overnight parties.
It's a good try, but it doesn't mask the tangy scent of human urine.
The committee's advice is based on the precautionary principle that products manufactured from human urine sourced from a country with one or more cases of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD), should not be used whenever practicable.
This research uses an ICP-CID spectrometer and locally written software program developed to automate the qualitative scheme to rapidly screen human urine samples, while providing approximate concentration ranges.
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