volume 10, issue 1, P127-134 1992
DOI: 10.1016/0730-725x(92)90382-a
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Abstract: The applicability of 1H NMR urinalysis to glomerulonephritis was investigated: storage of urine at -18 degrees C and its subsequent lyophilization were shown to cause no loss of available biochemical information. Proteinuria was demonstrated not to interfere with the breadth and intensities of 1H NMR signals of low-molecular-weight metabolites in urine. The urine content of patients with glomerulonephritis was shown to be independent of exogenous factors, whereas these factors did affect the content of the uri…

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