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Glucose transport in the kidney.
  • M. Silverman
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 14 December 1976
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EFFECT OF CORRECTION OF CATHETER DISTORTION ON CALCULATED LIVER SINUSOIDAL VOLUMES.
The use of a collecting system to obtain samples in the multiple indicator-dilution technique produces delay in and distortion of the dilution curves. A method for removing these is described and t...
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High affinity phlorizin receptor sites and their relation to the glucose transport mechanism in the proximal tubule of dog kidney.
A set of high affinity phlorizin receptors in a brush border membrane preparation from dog kidney cortex is described. The dissociation constant, Kd is approximately equal to 0.3 muM (20 mM Tris-HCl,Expand
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Specificity of monosaccharide transport in dog kidney.
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D-glucose interactions with renal tubule cell surfaces.
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Glucose reabsorption in the kidney.
  • M. Silverman
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
  • 1 March 1981
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A unified kinetic hypothesis of carrier mediated transport: its applications.
A model analysis of the process of carrier mediated membrane transport is presented, wherein the carrier is present in two forms of differing affinity for substrate. The two forms of carrier undergoExpand
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Mapping the genes for haloperidol-induced catalepsy.
The strain means for haloperidol-induced catalepsy were determined in the 26 strain BXD recombinant inbred series. The ED50 values ranged from 0.55 mg/kg (strain 30) to 7.9 mg/kg (strain 2).Expand
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Sugar interaction with the antiluminal surface of the proximal tubule in dog kidney.
  • M. Silverman
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1 May 1977
The pulse-injection multiple-indicator-dilution technique in vivo has been used to investigate bidirectional sugar interaction with the antiluminal surface of the nephron in dog kidney. SimultaneousExpand
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Glomerular and postglomerular permselectivity to anionic dextrans in the dog.
Glomerular (G) and postglomerular (PG) capillary permselectivity to anionic dextran markers was investigated using the multiple-indicator-dilution (MID) technique in anesthetized mongrel dogs (n =Expand
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