High molecular weight substances in human urine
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High molecular weight substances in human urine by J. Stanton King

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Published by Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English


  • Urine -- Analysis.,
  • Macromolecules.

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Statementby J. Stanton King, Jr. and William H. Boyce.
ContributionsBoyce, William H., joint author.
LC ClassificationsQP211
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 165 p. :
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20352818M

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  Book Notes | 1 April High Molecular Weight Substances in Human Urine. The authors have investigated the nondialyzable solids of human urine in extenso, and here summarize the world literature and their own contribution in this field. The chapters on techniques, uromucoid, and physiological implications are written with authority and. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. A high molecular weight inhibitor of calcium oxalate crystal growth in human urine was investigated. Three inhibitors were isolated by DEAE-Sephacel ion-exchange chromatography and, of these, the substance we named "Peak 3 protein" seemed to be Cited by: 1.   Low- and high-molecular-weight urinary proteins as predictors of response to rituximab in patients with membranous nephropathy: a prospective study Maria V. Irazabal, 1, * Alfonso Eirin, 1, * John Lieske, 1 Laurence H. Beck, 2 Sanjeev Sethi, 3 Timothy M. Borland, 3 John J. Dillon, 1 Patrick H. Nachman, 4 Samih H. Nasr, 3 Lynn D. Cornell, 3 Nelson Cited by:

Urinary fractions 1 and 2 exhibited a molecular size smaller than those of salivary fractions 1 and 2. In the urine of 52 subjects a polymorphism of A, B and H substances, with four main types, was observed which is independent of the salivary one and of the so-called secretor and non-secretor by: 5. The main fractions present in human urine are: (1) High molecular weight material which is non-dialysable and precipitated by alcohol and by cetylpyridinium chloride. (2) High molecular weight material which is non-dialysable and precipitated by . The occurrence of a-amylase in human urine has been known for a long time1 and the occurrence of maltase has been recently described2. Preliminary data from this laboratory pointed out the occurrence, in human urine, of two starch-splitting enzymes differing from a-amylase in catalytic and molecular properties3' by:   Lesser amounts of other ions and compounds are present, including hippuric acid, phosphorus, citric acid, glucuronic acid, ammonia, uric acid, and many solids in urine add up to around 59 grams per person. Note compounds you ordinarily do not find in human urine in appreciable amounts, at least compared with blood plasma, include protein and .

  The high molecular weight urokinase had only one isoelectric form with a pI of , whereas the low molecular weight form had six isoelectric subforms with pI values between and The absorption coefficients at nm of both Cited by: Background: We previously reported a high molecular weight substance purified from human urine that strongly inhibited calcium oxalate (CaOx) crystal growth in vitro. In the study present herein, we identified and investigated a protein purified from human urine that strongly inhibits CaOx crystal growth using a column chromatography by: 5.   I have recently subjected the high molecular substances of normal urine to preparative zone electrophoresis 2. It was found that all urine protein fractions, including the albumin, contained large Cited by: Urokinase, High Molecular Weight, Human Urine 1 Product Result | Match Criteria: Description.