Effect of Methylguanidine on Muscle Protein Synthesis
Methylguanidine (MG) is increased in the serum of uremic patients1. Giovannetti et al. considered it one of the most important uremic toxins, since the administration of MG to dogs resulted in weight loss, gastrointestinal disturbance, anemia and so on2.
KeywordsMuscle Protein Muscle Protein Synthesis Uremic Patient Uremic Toxin Wasting Syndrome
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