Yoshitsugu Kaku

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Dent’s disease is characterized by defective endocytosis in renal proximal tubules (PTs) and caused by mutations in the 2Cl−/H+ exchanger, CLC-5. However, the pathological role of endosomal acidification in endocytosis has recently come into question. To clarify the mechanism of pathogenesis for Dent’s disease, we examined the effects of a novel gating(More)
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