Renal filtration and reabsorption of GFP in Rana temporaria: Effect of arginine-vasotocin

@article{Prutskova2011RenalFA,
  title={Renal filtration and reabsorption of GFP in Rana temporaria: Effect of arginine-vasotocin},
  author={Natalia Prutskova},
  journal={Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={59-68}
}
The renal tubular uptake of green fluorescent protein (GFP) in frog Rana temporaria was studied by laser confocal microscopy. The specific green fluorescence was revealed in cells of proximal tubules 30 min after intravenous GFP injection. The GFP fluorescence was located predominantly in the apical part of the cytoplasm in the form of intensively fluorescing vesicles. The GFP injections increased dose-dependently the GFP tubular uptake. This was confirmed by the quantitative assessment of… CONTINUE READING

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