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National Kidney Foundation   [0003]  [0011] 
Serum bicarbonate and mortality in adults in NHANES III   [0003] 
The effects of chronic acid loads in normal man: further evidence for the participation of bone mineral in the defense against chronic metabolic acidosis   [0003] 
Catabolism in uremia: the impact of metabolic acidosis   [0003] 
Chronic metabolic acidosis decreases albumin synthesis and induces negative nitrogen balance in humans   [0003] 
Serum anion gap, bicarbonate and biomarkers of inflammation in healthy individuals in a national survey   [0003] 
American Journal of Kidney Diseases   [0003] 
Serum electrolyte and acid base composition: The influence of graded degrees of chronic renal failure   [0003] 
Association of serum bicarbonate with risk of renal and cardiovascular outcomes in CKD: a report from the chronic renal insufficiency cohort (CRIC) study   [0003] 
Acidosis and progression of chronic kidney disease   [0003] 
Respiratory acidosis, respiratory alkalosis, and mixed disorders   [0009] 
Acid-base and electrolyte disorders: A companion to Brenners and Rector's the Kidney   [0009] 
Approach to Acid-Base Disorders   [0011] 
Metabolic Acidosis   [0011] 
Acidosis and progression of chronic kidney disease   [0020] 
Influence of metabolic acidosis on nutrition   [0020] 
Bicarbonate supplementation slows progression of CKD and improves nutritional status   [0020]  [0023] 
buffering of acid and base in humans   [0020] 
HFSA 2010 guidelines, Lindenfeld 2010   [0021] 
Kidney Int.   [0024] 
Nephrol Dial Transplant   [0024] 
Clinical Science   [0062] 
Electrolyte composition of endoscopically collected duodenal drainage fluid after synthetic porcine secretin stimulation in healthy subjects   [0084] 
Ionic constituents and osmolality of gastric and small-intestinal fluids after eating   [0084] 
Dietary protein causes a decline in the glomerular filtration rate of the remnant kidney mediated by metabolic acidosis and endothelin receptors   [0103] 
Supramolecular Chemistry   [0105] 
J. Am. Chem. Soc.   [0105] 
Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences   [0165]