renal ammonia excretion

Acids generated from the metabolism of excess dietary protein are excreted largely as urinary ammonium (NH4 +) produced by cells in the proximal tubule of the kidney. NH4 + is transported into the urine from collecting-duct cells through parallel movement of hydrogen ions (H+) and ammonia (NH4). Biver et al now report that not all…

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