Citrate. Citrate (3-) is a tricarboxylic acid trianion, obtained by deprotonation of the three carboxy groups of citric acid. It has a role as a fundamental metabolite. It is a citrate anion and a tricarboxylic acid trianion. It is a conjugate base of a citrate (2-). It is a conjugate acid of a citrate (4-).What foods contain citrate?
Grapefruit and oranges can contain calcium citrate as well, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), though in lesser amounts than lemons and limes. This includes commercially-prepared orange juice, orange juice concentrate and juice squeezed from the fresh orange.What is a normal citrate level?
A citric acid urine test is performed over a 24-hour period. The normal range of citric acid in your urine is 320 to 1,240 mg in 24 hours. However, ranges for normal results can vary among laboratories, so it's important to have a doctor analyze your readings, according to MedlinePlus.