Comprehensive Physiology Wiley Online Library

Transport


Articles



Listings: 1-20   21-34

Calcium Homeostasis in Health and in Kidney Disease
Sharon M. Moe
Published online: September 2016
Molecular Mechanisms and Regulation of Urinary Acidification
Ira Kurtz
Published online: September 2014
Renal Handling of Phosphate and Sulfate
J. Biber, H. Murer, N. Mohebbi, C.A. Wagner
Published online: March 2014
Transport of Amino Acids in the Kidney
Victoria Makrides, Simone M.R. Camargo, François Verrey
Published online: January 2014
Immune and Inflammatory Role in Renal Disease
John D. Imig, Michael J. Ryan
Published online: April 2013
Renal Ammonia Metabolism and Transport
I. David Weiner, Jill W. Verlander
Published online: January 2013
Hypertension: Physiology and Pathophysiology
John E. Hall, Joey P. Granger, Jussara M. do Carmo, Alexandre A. da Silva, John Dubinion, Eric George, Shereen Hamza, Joshua Speed, Michael E. Hall
Published online: October 2012
Pathophysiology of Acute Kidney Injury
David P. Basile, Melissa D. Anderson, Timothy A. Sutton
Published online: April 2012
Chloride Transport
John C. Edwards
Published online: April 2012
Renal Transport of Organic Anions and Cations
Ryan M. Pelis, Stephen H. Wright
Published online: October 2011
Pathophysiology of the Diabetic Kidney
Volker Vallon, Radko Komers
Published online: July 2011
Urea Transport in the Kidney
Janet D. Klein, Mitsi A. Blount, Jeff M. Sands
Published online: April 2011
Renal Acidification: Cellular Mechanisms of Tubular Transport and Regulation
Robert J. Alpern, Floyd C. Rector
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Principles of Electrolyte Transport Across Plasma Membranes of Renal Tubular Cells
Gerhard Burckhardt, Rainer Greger
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Handling of Urea
Donald J. Marsh, Mark A. Knepper
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Effects of Diuretics on Renal Function
Jules B. Puschett, Joseph Winaver
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Tubular Transport of Monocarboxylates, Krebs Cycle Intermediates, and Inorganic Sulfate
Heini Murer, Michel Manganel, Françoise Roch‐Ramel
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Handling of Proteins and Polypeptides
Thomas Maack
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Mendelian Phenotypes as “Probes” of Renal Transport Systems for Amino Acids and Phosphate
Charles R. Scriver, Harriet S. Tenenhouse
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Excretion and Tubular Transport of Organic Anions and Cations
Françoise Roch‐Ramel, Kamel Besseghir, Heini Murer
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Listings: 1-20   21-34