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- Lin, Shumei, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Biochemical and biophysical research communications 2017 v.489 pp. 312-318
- absorption; adenine; animal disease models; diabetes; drinking water; excretion; gene expression regulation; hyperuricemia; intragastric administration; kidneys; messenger RNA; protein synthesis; rats; secretion; taurine; transporters; uric acid; xanthine oxidase
- ... Hyperuricemia can lead to direct kidney damage. Taurine participates in several renal physiological processes and has been shown as a renoprotective agent. It has been reported that taurine could reduce uric acid levels in diabetic rats, but to date there was no research on the effects of taurine on hyperuricemic rats with kidney injury. In present study, hyperuricemic rat models were induced by i ...