Fructose is used to induce hyperuricacidemia in an experimental model. - GreenMedInfo Summary
[Inhibition of fructose-induced hyperuricacidemia by pretreatment with phosphates].
Boll Soc Ital Biol Sper. 1982 Apr 30;58(8):491-6. PMID: 7093059
To test the hypothesis that intravenous injections of fructose rapidly decreases liver ATP and Pi and results in the rapid degradation of adenine nucleotides and hyperuricemia, fructose was administered intravenously to a group of normal and gouty subjects; 4 gouty patients were treated with a phosphate solution prior fructose loading. The results obtained show that fructose administration plus phosphate solution prevents Pi depletion and inhibits fructose-induced hyperuricemia.