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2.

Heterogeneous nucleation of calcium oxalate crystals in mammalian urine.

Khan SR.

Scanning Microsc. 1995 Jun;9(2):597-614; discussion 614-6. Review.

PMID:
8714752
3.

Lipids and membranes in the organic matrix of urinary calcific crystals and stones.

Khan SR, Atmani F, Glenton P, Hou Z, Talham DR, Khurshid M.

Calcif Tissue Int. 1996 Nov;59(5):357-65.

PMID:
8849402
4.

Oxalate crystallization in the kidney in the presence of hyperuricemia.

Noda S, Hayashi K, Eto K.

Scanning Microsc. 1989 Sep;3(3):829-35; discussion 835-6.

PMID:
2617264
5.

Intracrystalline proteins and the hidden ultrastructure of calcium oxalate urinary crystals: implications for kidney stone formation.

Lyons Ryall R, Fleming DE, Doyle IR, Evans NA, Dean CJ, Marshall VR.

J Struct Biol. 2001 Apr;134(1):5-14.

PMID:
11469872
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Nucleation of calcium oxalate crystals by albumin: involvement in the prevention of stone formation.

Cerini C, Geider S, Dussol B, Hennequin C, Daudon M, Veesler S, Nitsche S, Boistelle R, Berthézène P, Dupuy P, Vazi A, Berland Y, Dagorn JC, Verdier JM.

Kidney Int. 1999 May;55(5):1776-86.

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Nephrolithiasis: a consequence of renal epithelial cell exposure to oxalate and calcium oxalate crystals.

Khan SR, Thamilselvan S.

Mol Urol. 2000 Winter;4(4):305-12. Review.

PMID:
11156696
8.

Calcium oxalate stone formation in genetic hypercalciuric stone-forming rats.

Bushinsky DA, Asplin JR, Grynpas MD, Evan AP, Parker WR, Alexander KM, Coe FL.

Kidney Int. 2002 Mar;61(3):975-87.

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Presence of lipids in urine, crystals and stones: implications for the formation of kidney stones.

Khan SR, Glenton PA, Backov R, Talham DR.

Kidney Int. 2002 Dec;62(6):2062-72.

11.

Calcium oxalate crystal growth in human urinary stones.

Kim KM, Johnson FB.

Scan Electron Microsc. 1981;(Pt 3):147-54.

PMID:
7330575
12.

Experimental calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis and the formation of human urinary stones.

Khan SR.

Scanning Microsc. 1995 Mar;9(1):89-100; discussion 100-1. Review.

PMID:
8553028
13.

Role of the organic matter in calcium oxalate lithiasis.

Grases F, Isern B, Perello J, Costa-Bauza A.

Front Biosci. 2005 May 1;10:1534-8.

PMID:
15769643
14.

Stone matrix as proteins adsorbed on crystal surfaces: a microscopic study.

Khan SR, Finlayson B, Hackett RL.

Scan Electron Microsc. 1983;(Pt 1):379-85.

PMID:
6635558
15.

Alterations in MDCK and LLC-PK1 cells exposed to oxalate and calcium oxalate monohydrate crystals.

Hackett RL, Shevock PN, Khan SR.

Scanning Microsc. 1995 Jun;9(2):587-96.

PMID:
8714751
16.

Nucleation, adhesion, and internalization of calcium-containing urinary crystals by renal cells.

Lieske JC, Deganello S.

J Am Soc Nephrol. 1999 Nov;10 Suppl 14:S422-9.

PMID:
10541277
18.

Ultrastructural studies of crystal-organic matrix relations in renal stones.

Cheng PT, Reid AD, Pritzker KP.

Scan Electron Microsc. 1985;(Pt 1):201-7.

PMID:
4001849
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Calcium carbonate crystals promote calcium oxalate crystallization by heterogeneous or epitaxial nucleation: possible involvement in the control of urinary lithogenesis.

Geider S, Dussol B, Nitsche S, Veesler S, Berthézène P, Dupuy P, Astier JP, Boistelle R, Berland Y, Dagorn JC, Verdier JM.

Calcif Tissue Int. 1996 Jul;59(1):33-7. Erratum in: Calcif Tissue Int 1996 Oct;59(4):322.

PMID:
8661982

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