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  • Pascal Houillier, Régine Chambrey, Jean Michel Achard, Marc Froissart, Josiane Poggioli, Michel Paillard
  • Medicine
  • Kidney international
  • 1996 (First Publication: 1 November 1996)
  • Low concentrations of angiotensin II (Ang II) increase, whereas high concentrations inhibit the apical Na/H antiporter activity in the proximal tubule, but the respective roles of the differentExpand
  • Josiane Poggioli, Gy. Lázár, Pascal Houillier, J. P. Gardin, Jean Michel Achard, Michel Paillard
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1992 (First Publication: 1 October 1992)
  • Because the presence of the angiotensin II (ANG II)-dependent phosphoinositide hydrolysis has been questioned from studies in proximal cells in culture, we looked for this transduction pathway inExpand
  • Sandra Disse-Nicodème, Jean Michel Achard, +4 authors Xavier Jeunemaître
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American journal of human genetics
  • 2000 (First Publication: 1 August 2000)
  • Pseudohypoaldosteronism type II (PHA2) is a rare autosomal dominant form of volume-dependent low-renin hypertension characterized by hyperkalemia and hyperchloremic acidosis but also by a normalExpand
  • Carine Hottelart, Jean Michel Achard, Philippe Morinière, F Zoghbi, Jocelyne Diéval, Agnès Fournier
  • Medicine
  • Artificial organs
  • 1998 (First Publication: 1 July 1998)
  • Aldosterone suppression and subsequent hyperkalemia are well described reversible side effects of prolonged treatment with heparin. This study was designed to examine whether the discontinuous use ofExpand
  • Patrick Hardy, Arnaud Sechet, +9 authors Agnès Fournier
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Artificial organs
  • 1998 (First Publication: 1 July 1998)
  • Contradictions exist in the literature regarding the effect of gastric secretion inhibition on phosphate absorption. In healthy controls, omeprazole would decrease the hyperphosphatemia or theExpand