Extracellular acidosis and chloride channel inhibitors act in the late phase of cellular injury to prevent death.

Abstract

Extracellular acidosis is cytoprotective in several models against anoxia/hypoxia and a variety of toxicants. The goal of this study was to determine the temporal relationships among toxicant exposure, the initiation of extracellular acidosis, Cl. Influx, Cl- channel inhibition and the onset of cellular death in rabbit renal proximal tubule suspensions… (More)

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