Luminal and basolateral mechanisms involved in the renal tubular uptake of inorganic mercury.

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The principle aim of the present study was to provide evidence for the existence of both a luminal and a basolateral mechanism involved in the renal tubular uptake of inorganic mercury. To accomplish this aim, we examined individually and collectively the effects of a "stop-flow" technique designed to reduce glomerular filtration to negligible levels and… (More)

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@article{Zalups1995LuminalAB, title={Luminal and basolateral mechanisms involved in the renal tubular uptake of inorganic mercury.}, author={Rudolfs K. Zalups and Kerry Minor}, journal={Journal of toxicology and environmental health}, year={1995}, volume={46 1}, pages={73-100} }