The vacuolar H+-ATPase B1 subunit polymorphism p.E161K associates with impaired urinary acidification in recurrent stone formers

Nasser A. Dhayat, Andre Schaller, Giuseppe Albano, John Poindexter, Carolyn Griffith, Andreas Pasch, Sabina Gallati, Bruno Vogt, Orson W. Moe, Daniel G. Fuster

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