Douglas Potts

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Disclaimer This project involves high school students in Kentucky, USA and university students from various universities in the USA, South Korea, and Iraq. The student participation is independent of their assigned course work. The students do not receive any credit in relation to course grades. Students are considered collaborators and contributors on this(More)
1. Isolated, perfused rabbit proximal tubules were used to study the effects of activation of the apical membrane sodium co-transporters, and of the effects of osmotically induced cell swelling, upon cell volume, basolateral membrane potential and apparent partial conductance of potassium. 2. Activation of electrogenic apical sodium co-transport caused a(More)
1. A study was made of the partial recovery of basolateral membrane potential that follows some depolarizing manoeuvres in cells of isolated perfused segments of rabbit proximal convoluted tubules. 2. Peritubular application of 10(-4) M-acetazolamide (a known inhibitor of the basolateral sodium-bicarbonate co-transporter) caused a hyperpolarization of both(More)
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