Ileal oxalate absorption and urinary oxalate excretion are enhanced in Slc26a6 null mice.


Intestinal oxalate transport, mediated by anion exchange proteins, is important to oxalate homeostasis and consequently to calcium oxalate stone diseases. To assess the contribution of the putative anion transporter (PAT)1 (Slc26a6) to transepithelial oxalate transport, we compared the unidirectional and net fluxes of oxalate across isolated, short… (More)


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