Biomass colonization and bioconversion of the molecular characterized Oxalobacter formigenes to mitigate calcium oxlate urolithiasis.

Calcium oxalate (CaOx) is one of the common causes of kidney stones and accounts for 40 to 50% of all uroliths in cats. Oxalobacter formigenes, an oxalate-degrading intestinal microbiota, has been hypothesized to play a protective role against CaOx urolithiasis due to its capability to degrade o...

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Main Author: Olivas Sanchez, Martha Patricia
Other Authors: Donia, Mohamed, Rivas Caceres, Raymundo Rene, Zeineldin, Mohamed, Gomaa, Naglaa, Nassif, Midhat, Hegazy, Yamen, Cedillo Monroy, Jose, Figueroa Pacheco, Edson Brodeli, Seboussi, Rabiha, Abdelmegeid, Mohamed
Format: Artículo
Published: 2022
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