Phosphate transport by isolated renal brush border vesicles

@article{Hoffmann1976PhosphateTB,
  title={Phosphate transport by isolated renal brush border vesicles},
  author={Norbert Hoffmann and M. Thees and Rolf Prof Dr Kinne},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={1976},
  volume={362},
  pages={147-156}
}
SummaryA sodium dependent specific transport system for phosphate is present in the brush border microvilli but absent from the basal-lateral plasma membranes. The apparent affinity of this transport system for phosphate is 0.08 mM at 100 mM sodium and pH 7.4. It is inhibited competitively by arsenate with an apparent inhibitor constant of 1.1 mM (100 mM sodium, pH 7.4). Sodium dependent phosphate uptake is two times higher at pH 8 compared to the uptake observed at pH 6. The apparent affinity… CONTINUE READING
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