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The Role of Solute Loading and Water Diuresis in Polyuria

Find out how high solute ingestion and excessive fluid intake contributed to this case of polyuria. American Journal of Kidney Diseases

How does the gut microbiota respond to iron replacement?

(Technical University of Munich (TUM)) Iron deficiency is often an issue in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases. An international and interdisciplinary research group under the aegis of the ZIEL...

Iron Supplementation May Reduce Tic Severity in Tourette's

Children with Tourette's syndrome have more severe tics if they are iron deficient, a preliminary study shows. Iron supplementation reduces tic severity whether patients are iron deficient or not. M...

REVOKE IV Iron or FIND-CKD Patients?

Dr Jeffrey Berns discusses inconsistencies in the clinical trial evidence comparing intravenous iron with oral iron in patients with chronic kidney disease not on dialysis. Medscape Nephrology

The iron stepping stones to better wearable tech without semiconductors

The road to more versatile wearable technology is dotted with iron. Specifically, quantum dots of iron arranged on boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs).Read more about The iron stepping stones to better we...

Study reveals how the body disposes of red blood cells, recycles iron

What happens when red blood cells become damaged or reach the end of their normal life span, and how is the iron required for carrying oxygen recycled? A new study led by Massachusetts General Hospita...

Researchers image iron distribution in Alzheimer brains

Body: An Aussie chemist exploring the role of iron levels in Alzheimer’s disease has led an international effort to map these levels in deceased brains and compare them with iron levels in non-...

Mass. General study reveals how the body disposes of red blood cells, recycles iron

What happens when red blood cells become damaged or reach the end of their normal life span, and how is the iron required for carrying oxygen recycled? A new study led by Massachusetts General Hospita...

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Effects of developmental iron deficiency and post-weaning iron repletion on the levels of iron transporter proteins in rats.

Iron deficiency in early life is associated with developmental problems, which may persist until later in life. The question of whether iron repletion after developmental iron deficiency could restore...

Evaluation of Polyuria: The Roles of Solute Loading and Water Diuresis.

Polyuria, defined as daily urine output in excess of 3.0 to 3.5L/d, can occur due to solute or water diuresis. Solute-induced polyuria can be seen in hospitalized patients after a high solute load fro...

Effect of iron supplementation on iron stores and total body iron after whole blood donation.

Understanding the effect of blood donation and iron supplementation on iron balance will inform strategies to manage donor iron status.

Effects of Shapes of Solute Molecules on Diffusion: A Study of Dependences on Solute Size, Solvent, and Temperature.

Diffusivities of basically linear, planar, and spherical solutes at infinite dilution in various solvents are studied to unravel the effects of solute shapes on diffusion. Based on the relationship be...

High-Spin Iron(I) and Iron(0) Dinitrogen Complexes Supported by N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands.

The use of 1,3-dicyclohexylimidazol-2-ylidene (ICy) as ligand has enabled the preparation of the high-spin tetrahedral iron(I)- and iron(0)-N2 complexes, namely [(ICy)3Fe(N2)][BPh4] (1) and [(ICy)3Fe(...

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