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Higher body mass index is associated with a larger rise in extra cellular fluid volume in response to high sodium intake in healthy men

Monitoring extra cellular fluid volume during renal function measurement (2008)
F.W. Visser , J.A. Krikken , J.H.J Muntinga , R.A. Dierckx , G.J. Navis
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The effect of dietary sodium chloride on blood pressure, body fluids, electrolytes, renal function, and serum lipids of normotensive man.

The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine , Volume 87 , Issue 3 (1976)
A M Kirkendall , W E Connor , F Abboud , S P Rastogi , T A Anderson , M Fry
43.

The glabrous epidermis of cavies contains a powerful battery.

The American journal of physiology , Volume 242 , Issue 3 (1982)
A T Barker , L F Jaffe , J W Vanable
44.

Common fluid and electrolyte problems in the pediatric intensive care unit.

Pediatric clinics of North America , Volume 27 , Issue 3 (1980)
R M Perkin , D L Levin
45.

Electron probe analysis of human skin: element concentration profiles.

The Journal of investigative dermatology , Volume 90 , Issue 1 (1988)
R R Warner , M C Myers , D A Taylor
46.

Aspects on the physiology of human skin: studies using particle probe analysis.

Microscopy research and technique , Volume 38 , Issue 4 (1997)
B Forslind , M Lindberg , G M Roomans , J Pallon , Y Werner-Linde
47.

Water-free sodium accumulation.

Seminars in dialysis , Volume 22 , Issue 3 (2009)
Jens Titze
48.

Über die Bedeutung der Gewebe als Chlordepots

Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie , Volume 61 , Issue 2 (1909)
V. Wahlgren
49.

Über die Bedeutung der Haut als Chlordepot

Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie , Volume 63 , Issue 1 (1910)
J.H. Padtberg
50.

Sodium chloride, SGK1, and Th17 activation.

Pflugers Archiv : European journal of physiology , Volume 467 , Issue 3 (2015)
Katrina J. Binger , Ralf A. Linker , Dominik N. Muller , Markus Kleinewietfeld