Urinary acidification: CO2 transport by the rabbit proximal straight tubule.

@article{Warnock1977UrinaryAC,
  title={Urinary acidification: CO2 transport by the rabbit proximal straight tubule.},
  author={David G. Warnock and Maurice B. Burg},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1977},
  volume={232 1},
  pages={F20-5}
}
Proximal straight tubules from rabbit kidneys were perfused in vitro in order to study transport of bicarbonate. Total CO2 content was measured in perfused and collected tubule fluid, using microcalorimetry. When the initial perfusate and bath contained 25 mM bicarbonate, the concentration of total CO2 decreased in the collected tubule fluid, indicating net reabsorption of bicarbonate. When the initial perfusate contained no bicarbonate and the bath contained 25 mM bicarbonate, total CO2… CONTINUE READING
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