Mechanisms Underlying Regulation of a Barium -sensitive K+ Conductance by ATP in Single Proximal Tubule Cells Isolated from Frog Kidney

Abstract

K+ channels play an important role in pump-leak coupling and volume regulation in the renal proximal tubule. Previous experiments have identified a barium-sensitive K+ conductance (GBa) in proximal tubule cells isolated from frog kidneys. In this paper we examine the regulation of GBa by ATP. GBa was measured in single cells isolated from frog kidney using… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00232-005-0745-8

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