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Phytate in foods and significance for humans: food sources, intake, processing, bioavailability, protective role and analysis
U Schlemmer, W Frølich, RM Prieto, F Grases
Molecular nutrition & food research 53 (S2), S330-S375, 2009
Sialolithiasis: mechanism of calculi formation and etiologic factors
F Grases, C Santiago, BM Simonet, A Costa-Bauzá
Clinica Chimica Acta 334 (1-2), 131-136, 2003
Renal lithiasis and nutrition
F Grases, A Costa-Bauza, RM Prieto
Nutrition journal 5 (1), 1-7, 2006
Simple classification of renal calculi closely related to their micromorphology and etiology
F Grases, A Costa-Bauzá, M Ramis, V Montesinos, A Conte
Clinica Chimica Acta 322 (1-2), 29-36, 2002
Heat stress nephropathy from exercise-induced uric acid crystalluria: a perspective on Mesoamerican nephropathy
C Roncal-Jimenez, R García-Trabanino, L Barregard, MA Lanaspa, ...
American journal of kidney diseases 67 (1), 20-30, 2016
Urinary phytate in calcium oxalate stone formers and healthy people: dietary effects on phytate excretion
F Grases, JG March, RM Prieto, BM Simonet, A Costa-Bauzá, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology 34 (3), 162-164, 2000
Absorption and excretion of orally administered inositol hexaphosphate (IP6 or phytate) in humans
F Grases, BM Simonet, I Vucenik, RM Prieto, A Costa‐Bauzá, JG March, ...
Biofactors 15 (1), 53-61, 2001
Lemon juice has protective activity in a rat urolithiasis model
M Touhami, A Laroubi, K Elhabazi, F Loubna, I Zrara, Y Eljahiri, ...
BMC urology 7 (1), 1-10, 2007
Urolithiasis and phytotherapy
F Grases, G Melero, A Costa-Bauza, R Prieto, JG March
International Urology and Nephrology 26 (5), 507-511, 1994
Effects of phytate and pyrophosphate on brushite and hydroxyapatite crystallization
F Grases, M Ramis, A Costa-Bauza
Urological Research 28 (2), 136-140, 2000
Biopathological crystallization: a general view about the mechanisms of renal stone formation
F Grases, A Costa-Bauzá, L Garcıa-Ferragut
Advances in colloid and interface science 74 (1-3), 169-194, 1998
Phytate (IP6) is a powerful agent on preventing calcification in biological fluids. Usefulness in renal lithiasis treatment
F Grases, A Costa-Bauza
Anticancer research 19 (5), 3717-3722, 1999
Effects of phytic acid on renal stone formation in rats
F Grases, R Garcia-Gonzalez, JJ Torres, A Llobera
Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology 32 (4), 261-265, 1998
Phytate acts as an inhibitor in formation of renal calculi
F Grases, B Isern, P Sanchis, J Perello, JJ Torres, A Costa-Bauza
Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark 12 (7), 2580-2587, 2007
Type of renal calculi: variation with age and sex
A Costa-Bauzá, M Ramis, V Montesinos, F Grases, A Conte, P Pizá, ...
World journal of urology 25 (4), 415-421, 2007
Determination of uric acid in urine, saliva and calcium oxalate renal calculi by high-performance liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry
J Perelló, P Sanchis, F Grases
Journal of Chromatography B 824 (1-2), 175-180, 2005
Variation of InsP4, InsP5 and InsP6 levels in tissues and biological fluids depending on dietary phytate
F Grases, BM Simonet, RM Prieto, JG March
The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 12 (10), 595-601, 2001
The influence of Zea mays on urinary risk factors for kidney stones in rats
F Grases, JG March, M Ramis, A Costa‐Bauzá
Phytotherapy Research 7 (2), 146-149, 1993
Phytate prevents tissue calcifications in female rats
F Grases, RM Prieto, BM Simonet, JG March
Biofactors 11 (3), 171-177, 2000
Inositol hexakisphosphate in urine: the relationship between oral intake and urinary excretion
F Grases, BM Simonet, JG March, RM Prieto
BJU international 85 (1), 138-142, 2000
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