2nd International Acid-Base Symposium 2006

Nutrition - Health - Disease

Munich, Germany, September 8 - 9, 2006

Scientific Program

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Alexy U

Potential renal acid load in the diet of German children and adolescents: Impact of food groups and trends.

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Altland K

Mild acidosis destabilizes human transthyretin and may increase the risk for amyloidosis.

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Arnett TR

Regulation of bone cell function by extracellular pH.

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Ball D

The effect of sodium acetate ingestion on acid-base balance and resting metabolism in man.

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Berkemeyer S

The renal net acid excretion capacity across various age-groups.

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Burckhardt P

The effect of bicarbonate in mineral water on bone metabolism: interventional studies.

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Bushinsky DA

Metabolic acidosis induces bone resorption via proton receptor-mediated activation of inositol phosphate-dependent calcium signaling.

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Catterick J

Provision of dietary alkali in the UK diet: a pilot study to examine the effects of supplementation with ‘Horlicks’ on estimates of potential renal acid load (PRAL) and net acid excretion indirect (NAEIndirect) in postmenopausal women.

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Clarys P

Acid-base balance in vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

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Cseuz RM

Alkaline mineral supplementation decreased pain in rheumatoid arthritis: a randomized, controlled study.

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Demigné C

Could minor cations and anions or other constituents such as fibers, contribute to the alkalinising properties of plant foods ?

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Frassetto LA

Dietary NaCl induces low-grade hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis in healthy humans.

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Frings P

Bone loss because of high sodium intake: is there a connection to the acid-base balance?

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Gannon RHT

Estimation of the dietary acid generating potential of the elderly British population: analysis of the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS) adults aged 65 years and over using estimates of net acid excretion indirect (NAEind) and net rate of endogenous non-carbonic acid production (NEAP).

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Ginty F

How important is dietary acid-base balance for bone health in different age groups?

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Hardcastle AC

The association of dietary acidity with bone mineral density in postmenopausal women.

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Heer M

Osmotically inactive sodium retention is correlated with low-grade metabolic acidosis.

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Kalhoff H

Food composition and acid-base balance: alimentary acid load and clinical implications in neonates.

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Kiwull-Schöne H

Food composition and acid-base balance: experimental observations on alimentary alkali depletion in herbivores.

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Lanham-New SA

Does the skeleton play a role in acid-base homeostasis? Current evidence: future perspectives.

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Macdonald HM

Is acid-base balance important for bone health in postmenopausal women? Evidence from cohort and intervention studies in Aberdeen.

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MacLeay JM

Ovariectomy and dietary induced metabolic acidosis both result in decreased bone quality through different mechanisms: experience with an ovine model.

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Remer T

Associations of biomarkers of acid load and cortisol secretion with potentially bioactive free glucocorticoids in healthy lean adults: a pilot study.

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Remer T

PRAL-independent diet effects on NEAP: acid base considerations in stone-age sweet potato eaters, modern-day sweet potato eaters, and high-protein consumers.

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Robergs RA

Lactic acid is not the source of protons in metabolic acidosis.

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Rylander R

Drinking water composition and disease - is acidity a key factor?

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Tucker KL

Acid-base dietary components, bone mineral density, and fracture risk in the Framingham Osteoporosis Study.

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Tylavsky F

Dietary indicators of acid base balance and bone accrual in pubertal children.

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Welch A

Urinary pH is an indicator of dietary acid-base load in a population: results from the EPIC-Norfolk cohort study.