May 1, 1978

A survey of the effect of some drugs, chemicals, and enzymes on calcium oxalate precipitation in the rat kidney

Investigative Urology
J Brigman, B Finlayson

Abstract

A single intraperitoneal injection of sodium oxalate was used to induce intrarenal tubular precipitation of calcium oxalate in rats. This experimental model was used to screen the efficacy of hydrochlorothiazide, orthophosphate, methylene blue, trypan blue, retinal folic acid, neuraminidase, and lysozyme in retarding intratubular calcium oxalate precipitation. Orthophosphate caused a 53 per cent reduction in calcium oxalate precipitation relative to the control animals.

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Calcium Oxalate
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Calcium
Urolene Blue
Lysozyme Test
Urinary Calculi
Neuraminidase
Lysozyme
Neu1
Retinaldehyde

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