Immunoelectron microscopic localization of protein 4.1B in proximal S1 and S2 tubules of rodent kidneys

@article{Terada2003ImmunoelectronML,
  title={Immunoelectron microscopic localization of protein 4.1B in proximal S1 and S2 tubules of rodent kidneys},
  author={Nobuo Terada and Nobuhiko Ohno and Hisashi Yamakawa and George Seki and Y Fujii and Takeshi Baba and Osamu Ohara and Shinichi Ohno},
  journal={Medical Electron Microscopy},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={45-51}
}
Protein 4.1 family proteins are supposed to interact with intramembranous proteins and membrane skeletons. Protein 4.1B, one of the family proteins, was recently reported to be localized in basolateral regions of mouse renal proximal tubules. In this study, we extended the idea that protein 4.1B may be related to ion balance in the region by immunohistochemical studies by light and electron microscopy with our antibody against protein 4.1B. Protein 4.1B distribution in rodent kidneys was… CONTINUE READING
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