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Effects of Acute Fructose Loading on Levels of Serum Uric Acid - a Pilot Study.

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Summary of "Effects of Acute Fructose Loading on Levels of Serum Uric Acid - a Pilot Study."

Fructose intake may lead to hyperuricaemia, which is associated with increased risk and progression of kidney disease. We aimed to explore the acute effects of fructose loading from different sources, with and without a pizza, on levels of serum uric acid in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), type 2 diabetes (T2D) without CKD, and in healthy subjects (HS).

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Name: European journal of clinical investigation
ISSN: 1365-2362
Pages: e13040

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