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- [1.1] [#Major depressive disorder]
- Citrate was significantly decreased and #Pyruvate was significantly increased in individuals with MDD.
- [1.2] [#Kidney stone, #Urinary stone disease]
- #Vitamin A deficiency has been shown to reduce urinary citrate and pH, and to increase the presence of urinary calculi. - Supplementation with high amounts of #Vitamin A (retinol) in a calcium oxalate stone rat model enhanced urinary citrate levels, increased urinary pH, and lowered the concentration of calcium and oxalate in renal tissues