Internal lint for bib content before export


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is there an internal lint for the bib fields before they are exported?

I am exporting this citation stored in my user

@ARTICLE{Kugler2015-bi,
	title    = "{C} reactive protein and long-term risk for chronic kidney
	disease: a historical prospective study",
	author   = "Kugler, Eitan and Cohen, Eytan and Goldberg, Elad and Nardi,
	Yuval and Levi, Amos and Krause, Irit and Garty, Moshe and
	Krause, Ilan",
	abstract = "INTRODUCTION: C reactive protein (CRP) is an acute phase reactant
	that primarily produced by hepatocytes yet may be locally
	expressed in renal tubular cells. We assessed the association of
	CRP and the risk for chronic kidney disease (CKD) development.
	METHODS: Historical prospective cohort study was conducted on
	subjects attending a screening center in Israel since the year
	2000. Subjects with an estimated GFR (eGFR) above 60 ml/min/1.73
	m(2) at baseline were included, and high sensitive (hs) CRP
	levels as well as eGFR were recorded for each visit. Follow up
	continued for at least 5 years for each subject until 2013. Risk
	for CKD at end of follow up was assessed in relation to mean
	hs-CRP levels of each subject. The confounding effects of other
	predictors of CKD were examined. A logistic regression model
	treating CRP as a continuous variable was further applied.
	RESULTS: Out of 4,345 patients, 42 (1\%) developed CKD in a mean
	follow up of 7.6 $\pm$ 2 years. Elevated levels of CRP were
	associated with greater risk for CKD (crude OR 4.17, 95\% CI
	1.46-11.89). The OR for the association of CRP with CKD when
	controlling for age and gender was 5.2 (95\% CI 1.7-16.2). When
	controlling for established renal risk factors, elevated CRP
	levels remained significantly associated with greater risk for
	CKD (OR 5.42, 95\% CI 1.76-16.68). When applying logistic
	regression models treating CRP as a continuous variable, for
	patients with diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension (HTN) or eGFR
	between 60-90 ml\textbackslashmin\textbackslash1.73 m(2), the
	predictive role of CRP for CKD was highly significant.
	CONCLUSION: Elevated CRP level is an independent risk factor for
	CKD development. In patients with DM, HTN or baseline eGFR
	between 60-90 ml\textbackslashmin\textbackslash1.73 m(2) its
	predictive role is enhanced.",
	journal  = "J. Nephrol.",
	volume   =  28,
	number   =  3,
	pages    = "321--327",
	month    =  jun,
	year     =  2015,
	language = "en"
}

this does not compile in correctly because the ml\textbackslashmin\textbackslash1.73 needs to be ml\textbackslash{min}\textbackslash{1.73} or ml\textbackslash min\textbackslash 1.73