Succinate and citrate transport in renal basolateral and brush-border membranes.

@article{Wright1987SuccinateAC,
  title={Succinate and citrate transport in renal basolateral and brush-border membranes.},
  author={Stephen H. Wright and Theresa M. Wunz},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={253 3 Pt 2},
  pages={F432-9}
}
Properties of the Na-dependent transport of succinate and citrate were determined in brush-border and basolateral membrane vesicles (BBMV and BLMV, respectively) isolated from the rabbit renal cortex. As has been shown in previous studies, the initial rate of uptake of these substrates into BBMV was markedly stimulated (50- to 150-fold) by an inwardly directed Na gradient. In BLMV, uptake of 5 microM succinate was also stimulated (150-fold) by a Na gradient, and the profile of the time course… CONTINUE READING