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renal buffering


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A homeostatic mechanism that uses the kidneys to help maintain the acid-base balance by excreting either an acidic or alkaline urine in response to changes in the hydrogen ion concentration of body fluids. Renal buffering involves a complex series of reactions within kidney tubules.

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