Graff L1, Burnel D.
Res Commun Mol Pathol Pharmacol. 1995 Sep;89(3):373-88.The aim of this study was to highlight a possible new non-aluminum phosphate-binder to limit hyperphosphatemia in patients with renal failure. Lanthanum chloride hydrate was evaluated as a dietary phosphate binder in rats. Aluminum chloride hexahydrate was evaluated as a reference. Animals were divided in five groups (6 animals per group): 1 control group (C), 2 aluminum groups (Al1 and Al2), receiving different doses of aluminum chloride hexahydrate and 2 lanthanum groups (La1 and La2), receiving different doses of lanthanum chloride hydrate. Read More