Two brain inhibitors inhibit renal Na,K-ATPases without recognizing the species-dependent variation of their ouabain-sensitivity.

Abstract

The membrane Na,K-ATPase is the driving force for sodium reabsorption in the kidney. Accordingly, Na,K-ATPase has been proposed to be a likely target for the action of a putative natriuretic hormone which would modulate sodium excretion by partial inhibition of renal Na,K-ATPase activity. To examine this hypothesis, it is necessary to isolate inhibitors… (More)

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