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Cell Biology and Transport Physiology

Section edited by Hayley Henderson

The Cell Biology and Transport Physiology section considers basic experimental research relating renal cell biology, signalling and transport physiology. This section considers in vivo, in vitro and cellular model studies. This section does not consider clinical research, case reports or large epidemiological studies. 

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  1. The purpose of this study was to determine whether AMPK influences the survival of primary cultures of mouse proximal tubular (MPT) cells subjected to metabolic stress. Previous studies, using an immortalized ...

    Authors: Wilfred Lieberthal, Meiyi Tang, Leiqing Zhang, Benoit Viollet, Vimal Patel and Jerrold S Levine

    Citation: BMC Nephrology 2013 14:251

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  2. Chronic progressive mesangioproliferative nephropathy represents a major cause of end-stage renal disease worldwide. Until now, effective approaches to stop or even slow its progression are limited. We tested ...

    Authors: Yingrui Wang-Rosenke, Dymtro Khadzhynov, Tanja Loof, Alice Mika, Hiroshi Kawachi, Hans-H Neumayer and Harm Peters

    Citation: BMC Nephrology 2013 14:223

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  3. Chronic exposure to low cadmium (Cd) levels produces urinary excretion of low molecular weight proteins, which is considered the critical effect of Cd exposure. However, the mechanisms involved in Cd-induced p...

    Authors: Mitzi Paola Santoyo-Sánchez, José Pedraza-Chaverri, Eduardo Molina-Jijón, Laura Arreola-Mendoza, Rafael Rodríguez-Muñoz and Olivier Christophe Barbier

    Citation: BMC Nephrology 2013 14:211

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  4. Kidney injuries provoke considerable adjustment of renal physiology, metabolism, and architecture to nephron loss. Despite remarkable regenerative capacity of the renal tissue, these adaptations often lead to ...

    Authors: Larisa V Fedorova, Anita Tamirisa, David J Kennedy, Steven T Haller, Georgy Budnyy, Joseph I Shapiro and Deepak Malhotra

    Citation: BMC Nephrology 2013 14:209

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  5. The renal distal nephron plays an important role in the maintenance of sodium balance, extra cellular volume and blood pressure. The degree of water transport, via aquaporin2 water channels (AQP2), and sodium ...

    Authors: Janni M Jensen, Frank H Mose, Jesper N Bech, Soren Nielsen and Erling B Pedersen

    Citation: BMC Nephrology 2013 14:202

    Content type: Research article

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