Yong-Sig Kwun

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Urea is present in the inner ear, and when it is administered, induces rapid changes in the volume and osmolality of the inner ear fluid. However, the regulating mechanisms are unknown. Two groups of urea transporters (UTs), the renal urea transporter (UT-A) and the erythrocyte urea transporter (UT-B) have been cloned recently. The aims of the current study(More)
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