Angiotensin II involvement in adaptive enteric oxalate excretion in rats with chronic renal failure induced by hyperoxaluria.
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Dec 01, 2003
Although enteric oxalate secretion can be correlated with elevations in plasma oxalate in the absence of overt renal insufficiency by an ANG II-independent mechanism, the present results suggest that some degree of renal insufficiency is necessary to induce ANG II-mediated colonic oxalate secretion.
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