Die Bedeutung des Natriums für die renalen Transporte von Glucose und Para-Aminohippursäure


On the isolated and experimentally perfused kidneys of Rana ridibunda it was shown that with a constant glucose offering (2.8 mMol/l) and varying Na+ concentrations on the lumen and blood supply side of the tubules (0 to 76.5 mMol/l NaCl) the reabsorbed quantity of glucose first rose rapidly, then slowed until a state of equilibrium was reached between… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00363185


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@article{Vogel2004DieBD, title={Die Bedeutung des Natriums f{\"{u}r die renalen Transporte von Glucose und Para-Aminohippurs{\"a}ure}, author={G{\"{u}nth{\'e}r Vogel and Fritz Lauterbach and Waltraud Kr{\"{o}ger}, journal={Pfl{\"{u}ger's Archiv f{\"{u}r die gesamte Physiologie des Menschen und der Tiere}, year={2004}, volume={283}, pages={151-159} }