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Cystic fibrosis lung disease: Current perspectives

Jung JA

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an autosomal recessive disease caused by mutations in the gene encoding the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR). These mutations alter the synthesis, processing, function, or...
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Renal intercalated cells and blood pressure regulation

Wall SM

Type B and non-A, non-B intercalated cells are found within the connecting tubule and the cortical collecting duct. Of these cell types, type B intercalated cells are known to mediate...
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Pseudohypoaldosteronism Type 1

Cheong HI

Pseudohypoaldosteronism (PHA), a rare syndrome of systemic or renal mineralocorticoid resistance, is clinically characterized by hyperkalemia, metabolic acidosis, and elevated plasma aldosterone levels with either renal salt wasting or hypertension....
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Upregulation of Prostasin in Nasal Polyps

Yoo JH, Park SJ, Lee HM, Lee SH, Lee SH, Kim TH

  • KMID: 2297579
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2012 May;19(1):50-54.
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS: Prostasin is a protease that activates epithelial sodium channels (ENaC), which mediate Na+ absorption across epithelial surfaces. Human nasal polyps absorb more ENaC-mediated Na+ than normal mucosa. We investigated...
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Altered Regulation of Renal Sodium Transporters in Salt-Sensitive Hypertensive Rats Induced by Uninephrectomy

Jung JY, Lee JW, Kim S, Jung ES, Jang HR, Han JS, Joo KW

Uninephrectomy (uNx) in young rats causes salt-sensitive hypertension (SSH). Alterations of sodium handling in residual nephrons may play a role in the pathogenesis. Therefore, we evaluated the adaptive alterations of...
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Water and Sodium Regulation in Heart Failure

Bae EH, Ma SK

Heart failure is the pathophysiological state characterized by ventricular dysfunction and associated clinical symptoms. Decreased cardiac output or peripheral vascular resistance lead to arterial underfilling. That is an important signal...
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Altered Renal Sodium Transporter Expression in an Animal Model of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Oh YK, Joo KW, Lee JW, Jeon US, Lim CS, Han JS, Knepper MA, Na KY

Hemodynamic factors play an important role in the development and/or progression of diabetic nephropathy. We hypothesized that renal sodium transporter dysregulation might contribute to the hemodynamic alterations in diabetic nephropathy....
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Autonomic Neural Regulation of Sodium Transporters and Water Channels in Rat Submandibular Gland

Ryu SY, Jung H, Kim KY, Kim M, Lee JU

  • KMID: 2071622
  • Korean J Physiol Pharmacol.
  • 2006 Apr;10(2):65-69.
The present study was undertaken to explore the role of autonomic nerves in the regulation of sodium transporters and water channels in the salivary gland. Rats were denervated of their...
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Dysregulation of ENaC in Animal Models of Nephrotic Syndrome and Liver Cirrhosis

Kim SW

Nephrotic syndrome and liver cirrhosis are common clinical manifestations, and are associated with avid sodium retention leading to the development of edema and ascites. However, the mechanism for the sodium...
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Altered expression of sodium transporters in the excretory duct-ligated submandibular gland in rat

Oh YK, Ryu SY

  • KMID: 2183919
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2003 Nov;25(6):481-488.
Although acinar atrophy frequently occurs and the salivary secretory activity is significantly decreased in various salivary glandular diseases, their underlying molecular mechanisms have not been established. The present study was...
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