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Purinergic signaling along the renal tubule: The current state of play

Unwin, RJ; Bailey, MA; Burnstock, G; (2003) Purinergic signaling along the renal tubule: The current state of play. NEWS PHYSIOL SCI , 18 237 - 241. 10.1152/nips.01436.2003.

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Abstract

ATP-sensitive P2 receptors have been described in all mammalian nephron segments. A reductionist approach has demonstrated purinergic control of renal transporters in cell lines and heterologous expression systems. This brief update focuses on what is known of these receptors in native nephron segments (excluding the glomerulus) and outlines recent advances and possible future directions.

Type:Article
Title:Purinergic signaling along the renal tubule: The current state of play
DOI:10.1152/nips.01436.2003
Keywords:TUBULOGLOMERULAR FEEDBACK, EXTRACELLULAR ATP, COLLECTING DUCT, P2 RECEPTORS, CELLS, KIDNEY, CONDUCTANCE, ACTIVATION, MEMBRANE, CHANNELS
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences > Biosciences (Division of)
UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of) > Internal Medicine

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