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Phospholipid metabolism in the initiation of renal compensatory growth after acute reduction of renal mass

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Jul 1, 1974

F G TobackL M Lowenstein

Abstract

Membrane metabolism was studied during the initiation of compensatory growth after acute reduction in renal mass. The rate of [(14)C]choline incorporation into phospholipid in renal cortical slices was increased by 37% at 5 min of compensatory growth in mice. The rate increased to the m...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Choline
Osmosin
Uptake
Nephrectomy
Transcription Initiation
Carbon Radioisotopes
Kidney
Both Kidneys
Structure of Cortex of Kidney
Paper Details
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Phospholipid metabolism in the initiation of renal compensatory growth after acute reduction of renal mass

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Jul 1, 1974

F G TobackL M Lowenstein

PMID: 4834884

DOI: 10.1172/jci107754

Abstract

Membrane metabolism was studied during the initiation of compensatory growth after acute reduction in renal mass. The rate of [(14)C]choline incorporation into phospholipid in renal cortical slices was increased by 37% at 5 min of compensatory growth in mice. The rate increased to the m...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Choline
Osmosin
Uptake
Nephrectomy
Transcription Initiation
Carbon Radioisotopes
Kidney
Both Kidneys
Structure of Cortex of Kidney

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Phospholipids are the major component of cell membranes. This feed focuses on the role of gut microorganisms in phospholipid metabolism.

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Protein kinase C activity in compensatory kidney growth

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Paper Details
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