Acute and chronic regulation of the renal Na/H+ exchanger NHE3 in rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus.

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BACKGROUND Early stages of diabetic nephropathy are characterized by alterations of glomerular filtration, increased tubular sodium and water reabsorption, and systemic volume expansion, which may be a major cause for the development of hypertension. As a significant fraction of renal salt and water transport is mediated by the proximal tubular Na+/H… (More)

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@article{Klisic2006AcuteAC, title={Acute and chronic regulation of the renal Na/H+ exchanger NHE3 in rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus.}, author={Jelena Klisic and Vera Nief and Livia Reyes and Patrice M Ambuhl}, journal={Nephron. Physiology}, year={2006}, volume={102 2}, pages={p27-35} }