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Chemical Compound Review

Calphosan     calcium 2-hydroxypropanoate

Synonyms: HSDB 976, CCRIS 3669, AG-E-10925, CHEMBL2106111, LS-2396, ...
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Disease relevance of lactic acid

 

Psychiatry related information on lactic acid

  • SCT also decreased quantified motor activity, frequency and severity of periodic agitated episodes, serum CPK and prolactin, and nocturnal sleep, while DHT or calcium lactate had opposite effects on the same parameters [6].
 

High impact information on lactic acid

 

Chemical compound and disease context of lactic acid

 

Biological context of lactic acid

 

Anatomical context of lactic acid

 

Associations of lactic acid with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of lactic acid

  • Calcium lactate crystals were observed in cheeses made from SM2 at and below pH 5.1, whereas CLC were observed in cheeses from CSM2 and CSM3 at and below pH 5 [29].
  • Some rats were pretreated with calcium lactate to inhibit the calcitonin-induced hypocalcaemia [30].
  • Calcium caseinate (CC) and whey protein isolate (WPI) films were prepared to contain 5 or 10% Gluconal Cal (GC), a mixture of calcium lactate and gluconate, or 0.1 or 0.2% alpha-tocopheryl acetate (VE), respectively [31].
  • After calcium lactate loading tests, the hypokinetic volunteers displayed a faster excretion of calcium and a decreased blood PTH content as compared to the control and hyperhydrated groups of volunteers [32].
  • The first group (HEBP) received 200 mg of HEBP per day for 2 weeks, followed by 2 g calcium lactate and 0.5 microg alphacalcidol per day for the next 10 weeks [33].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of lactic acid

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