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Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt

being sour to the taste

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having the characteristics of an acid

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Estimation of the renal net acid excretion by adults consuming diets containing variable amounts of protein.
We found that the two steroidal glycosides possesses potent uricosuric effect in hyperuricemic mice through decreasing renal mURAT1 mainly and inhibiting XOD activity in a certain extent, which are attributable to the enhancement of uric acid excretion and attenuate hyperuricemia-induced renal dysfunction.
secretion at the distal nephron to suppress acid excretion during early hours following release of 24-h UUO.
The results of this study also showed that soy protein lowered non-HDL through a mechanism that does not involve increased bile acid excretion, but some yet to be determined mechanism," said Kevin Maki, lead author of the study.
inunguis urine presented in this study may serve as a reference in urinalysis diagnosis in captive Amazonian manatees, and as comparative data for future research in uric acid excretion in animal urine.
Patients with CIKD--who most often die from heart disease--often experience hyperuricemia because of decreased uric acid excretion in the urine.
Induction of forced swim stress to the animals produced a significant increase in VMA and decrease in ascorbic acid excretion compared with their respective basal excretion in normal condition.
Eat a standard modern diet, and your kidneys again assume the burden, this time with an increase in net acid excretion.
In calcareous soils, oxalic acid excretion leads to dissolution of CaC[O.
Only the cherries caused an increased uric acid excretion.
Some guidelines use uric acid excretion rates to help with that choice: A xanthine oxidase inhibitor, such as allopurinol, is recommended for those excreting more than 800 mg/24 hr, and uricosuric agents are recommended for those with lower rates.
Urinary D-glucaric acid excretion has also been shown to increase in humans exposed to OC pesticides (Hunter et al.
Thus, our ability to respond to widely different acid excretion needs resides predominantly in the kidneys' ability to provide varying amounts of ammonia on demand.