Stimulation of the Sodium Pump in Frog Bladder by Oxytocin

Abstract

THE stimulating effect of the neurohypophyseal hormones on the transport of sodium ions across amphibian epithelial layers in vitro has been established for frog skin1 as well as for toad bladder2. The site of action of the hormone is uncertain, however. Because the hormone increases the sodium pool in the bladder it has been suggested that the entry of… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/215992a0

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