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Ionic requirements of proximal tubular sodium transport. II. Hydrogen ion

The American Journal of Physiology

Nov 1, 1975

Richard M Green, Gerhard H Giebisch

PMID: 909

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Simultaneous perfusion to proximal convoluted tubules and peritubular capillaries was used to study the effects of different perfusion fluids on sodium reabsorption and hydrogen secretion, which was calculated as bicarbonate reabsorption and titratable acid. Results show that sodium rea...read more

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Cell Secretion
Hydrogen Transport
Sodium Ion Transport
Blood Capillaries
Carbonic Acid Ions
Genetic Linkage
Luminal
Sodium
Body Fluids
Renal Tubular Disorder
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    The American Journal of Physiology

    Nov 1, 1975

    Richard M Green, Gerhard H Giebisch

    PMID: 909

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    Abstract

    Simultaneous perfusion to proximal convoluted tubules and peritubular capillaries was used to study the effects of different perfusion fluids on sodium reabsorption and hydrogen secretion, which was calculated as bicarbonate reabsorption and titratable acid. Results show that sodium rea...read more

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    Cell Secretion
    Hydrogen Transport
    Sodium Ion Transport
    Blood Capillaries
    Carbonic Acid Ions

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