LE WE PMID CA
Kidney (Tubulus CCD)10909Niere (Tubulus CCD)

Aldosterone

AQP2

Calbindin D28k

Kidney (Anatomy)

Kidney (Intercalated cell)

Kidney (Principal cells)

Kidney (Tubulus CCD)

Kidney (Tubulus CNT)

Kidney (Tubulus Distal Convoluted)

Kidney (Tubulus MCD)

Kidney (Tubulus)

Kir1 1 ROMK

Osmosensor

Potassium (BASKET)

Potassium (Physiology renal)

Prostate (Anatomy)

Receptor (P2Y)

Receptor (Purines and Pyrimidines)

SGK1

Signal transduction Urinary flow

TRPV4

TRPV5

TRPV6

Vitamin D

Water (Physiology renal)

WNK1

WNK4

2009  
1
Regulation of potassium (K) handling in the renal collecting duct.
[18839206] Pflugers Arch 458(1): 157-68 (2009)
2003  
2
Localization and regulation of the epithelial Ca2+ channel TRPV6 in the kidney.
[14569082] J Am Soc Nephrol 14(11): 2731-40 (2003)
2007  
3
Dual role of the TRPV4 channel as a sensor of flow and osmolality in renal epithelial cells.
[17699550] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 293(5): F1699-713 (2007)
2007  
4
TRPV4 as a flow sensor in flow-dependent K+ secretion from the cortical collecting duct.
[16954339] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 292(2): F667-73 (2007)
2012  
5
Functional interaction between AQP2 and TRPV4 in renal cells.
[21938744] J Cell Biochem 113(2): 580-9 (2012)
2011  
6
Purinergic activation of Ca2+-permeable TRPV4 channels is essential for mechano-sensitivity in the aldosterone-sensitive distal nephron.
[21850238] PLoS One 6(8): e22824 (2011)

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