Divergent localization of angiotensinogen mRNA and protein in proximal tubule segments of normal rat kidney.

@article{Kamiyama2012DivergentLO,
  title={Divergent localization of angiotensinogen mRNA and protein in proximal tubule segments of normal rat kidney.},
  author={Masumi Kamiyama and Kristina M. Farragut and Michelle K. Garner and Luis Gabriel Navar and Hiroyuki Kobori},
  journal={Journal of hypertension},
  year={2012},
  volume={30 12},
  pages={
          2365-72
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Angiotensinogen in the kidneys is formed primarily in the proximal tubule cells and is secreted into the tubular fluid. Structurally, proximal tubules can be divided into three segments. The first segment, segment 1 (S1) is mainly confined to the pars convoluta, the second segment, segment 2 (S2) comprises the end of pars convoluta, and the third segment, segment 3 (S3) includes the major part of the pars recta. There are some reports describing angiotensinogen localization in… CONTINUE READING
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