Axial distribution of band 3-positive intercalated cells in the collecting duct of control and ammonium chloride-loaded rabbits.

@article{Verlander1996AxialDO,
  title={Axial distribution of band 3-positive intercalated cells in the collecting duct of control and ammonium chloride-loaded rabbits.},
  author={Jill W Verlander and Kirsten M. Madsen and Cornelia C Tisher},
  journal={Kidney international. Supplement},
  year={1996},
  volume={57},
  pages={
          S137-47
        }
}
Recent studies have suggested that less than 10% of intercalated cells in the rabbit outer cortical collecting duct (CCD) [1, 2] and less than 3% in the connecting segment (CNT) [3] are identifiable by functional criteria as acid-secreting (type A or alpha) intercalated cells. Other studies, using peanut lectin-binding and the absence of apical endocytic activity to identify bicarbonate-secreting (type B or beta) intercalated cells, have suggested that acid-loading increases the percentage of… CONTINUE READING

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