Subject: what is the molecular structure of a serum phosphate molecule?
Date: Wed Nov 19 10:07:29 2008
Posted by Barbara
Grade level: teacher/prof
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City: El Centro State/Province: CA
Area of science: Biochemistry
in hemodialysis, serum phosphate does not pass through the semipermeable
membrane at the same rate as other serum electrolytes. Is this because the
molecule is larger than the others? I would like to see an illustration of
Re: what is the molecular structure of a serum phosphate molecule?
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