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Mendelian Phenotypes as “Probes” of Renal Transport Systems for Amino Acids and Phosphate
Charles R. Scriver, Harriet S. Tenenhouse
Source: Handbook of Physiology
The Physiology of Renal Magnesium Handling
Gary A. Quamme, John H. Dirks
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Principles of Electrolyte Transport Across Plasma Membranes of Renal Tubular Cells
Gerhard Burckhardt, Rainer Greger
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Ion and Water Transport in Toad Urinary Epithelia in Vitro
Anthony D. C. MacKnight
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Glucose Transport in the Renal Proximal Tubule
Mel Silverman, R. James Turner
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Phosphate Homeostasis
Vincent W. Dennis
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Acidification: Integrated Tubular Responses
Martin G. Cogan, Albert H. Quan
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Ion Channels
Lawrence G. Palmer
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Chloride Transport
Juha P. Kokko, Michel Baum
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Ammonia Production and Excretion
Richard L. Tannen
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Genetic Models of Diabetes Insipidus
Heinz Valtin
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
Renal Acidification: Cellular Mechanisms of Tubular Transport and Regulation
Robert J. Alpern, Floyd C. Rector
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Mechanisms of Fluid Transport Across Renal Tubules
James A. Schafer, W. Brian Reeves, Thomas E. Andreoli
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Cellular Mechanisms of H+ and HCO3− transport in tight urinary epithelia
Qais Al‐Awqati, Renaud Beauwens
Source: Handbook of Physiology
Renal Handling of Urea
Donald J. Marsh, Mark A. Knepper
Source: Handbook of Physiology
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