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  1. ... cysteine form in the kidney, ureter, and bladder. Cystine is formed when two molecules of an amino ... from you. Cystinuria is caused by too much cystine in the urine. Normally, most cystine dissolves and ...
  2. ... into the blood. In particular, the amino acids cystine, ornithine, arginine, and lysine are absorbed back into ... amino acids to become concentrated in the urine. Cystine is the only amino acid that forms crystals ...
  3. ... phosphate or carbonate. Other types of stones include: Cystine stones can form in people who have cystinuria . ...
  4. ... condition characterized by accumulation of the amino acid cystine (a building block of proteins) within cells. Excess cystine damages cells and often forms crystals that can ...
  5. ... characterized by the buildup of the amino acid cystine, a building block of most proteins, in the ... As the kidneys filter blood to create urine, cystine is normally absorbed back into the bloodstream. People ...
  6. The NDP gene provides instructions for making a protein called norrin. Norrin participates in chemical signaling pathways that affect the way cells and tissues ...
  7. Definition and Facts for Kidney Stones From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)  
    Kidney Stones;uric acid stones;cysteine stones;cystine stones;struvite stones;calcium stones;kidney stones problems;kidney stones complications;kidney stones prevalence;kidney stones incidence; Urinary Stone Disease
  8. Eating, Diet, and Nutrition for Kidney Stones From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)  
    ... calcium, oxalate, calcium phosphate stones, uric acid stones, cystine stones, cysteine stones, DASH diet, animal protein; Urinary ...
  9. ... transport protein that specifically moves the amino acid cystine out of the lysosome. More than 80 different ...
  10. Kidney Stones (National Kidney Foundation)  
    ... stone types: calcium oxalate, uric acid, struvite, and cystine. Kidney stone treatments: shockwave lithotripsy, uteroscopy, percutaneous nephrolithomy,
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