Novel mechanisms in the regulation of phosphorus homeostasis.

  title={Novel mechanisms in the regulation of phosphorus homeostasis.},
  author={Theresa J. Berndt and Rajiv Kumar},
Phosphorus plays a critical role in diverse biological processes, and, therefore, the regulation of phosphorus balance and homeostasis are critical to the well being of the organism. Changes in environmental, dietary, and serum concentrations of inorganic phosphorus are detected by sensors that elicit changes in cellular function and alter the efficiency by which phosphorus is conserved. Short-term, post-cibal responses that occur independently of hormones previously thought to be important in… CONTINUE READING

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