Publication
Title
Identification of inorganic and organic microliths in kidney sections by laser microprobe mass spectrometry
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Abstract
Laser microprobe mass spectrometry is used to identify intrarenal microliths; they appear to consist of either oxalate, urate or phosphate. Crystalline and amorphous deposits in rat and human kidney are pin-pointed by the laser beam and their chemical composition determined by mass spectrometry. The method has the potential for wide application in the identification of single organic, inorganic or combination crystals in histological sections.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Analytica chimica acta. - Amsterdam
Publication
Amsterdam : 1987
ISSN
0003-2670
Volume/pages
195(1987), p. 97-115
ISI
A1987K019500009
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UAntwerpen
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