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Mineral Metabolism
Diabetes OD > Diabetic Complications > Renal > Mineral Metabolism

Mineral Metabolism

Sub-Areas to Mineral Metabolism:

Calbindin expression (7)

(Journal Article): Human cortical distal nephron: distribution of electrolyte and water transport pathways.
Biner HL, Arpin-Bott MP, Loffing J, Wang X, Knepper M, Hebert SC, Kaissling B
IN: J Am Soc Nephrol 2002; 13:836-847
Impact Factor(s) of J Am Soc Nephrol: 6.644 (2004), 7.499 (2003), 6.337 (2001)

ABSTRACT: The exact distributions of the different salt transport systems along the human cortical distal nephron are unknown. Immunohistochemistry was performed on serial cryostat sections ... Click HERE for details


(Journal Article): Molecular mechanism of active Ca2+ reabsorption in the distal nephron.
Hoenderop JG, Nilius B, Bindels RJ
IN: Annu Rev Physiol 2002; 64(1):529-549
Impact Factor(s) of Annu Rev Physiol: 16.672 (2004), 18.591 (2003), 15.931 (2002), 12.753 (2001)

ABSTRACT: The identification of the epithelial Ca(2+) channel (ECaC) complements the group of Ca(2+) transport proteins including calbindin-D28K, Na(+)/Ca(2+) exchanger and plasma membrane C... Click HERE for details


(Journal Article): Vitamin D-dependent calcium binding proteins: chemistry, distribution, functional considerations, and molecular biology.
Christakos S, Gabrielides C, Rhoten WB
IN: Endocr Rev 1989; 10:3-26
Impact Factor(s) of Endocr Rev: 18.784 (2004), 17.324 (2003), 21.643 (2002), 26.456 (2001)

ABSTRACT: Not available. Click HERE for details


(Journal Article): Alzheimer's presenilin mutation sensitizes neural cells to apoptosis induced by trophic factor withdrawal and amyloid beta-peptide: involvement of calcium and oxyradicals.
Guo Q, Sopher BL, Furukawa K, Pham DG, Robinson N, Martin GM, Mattson MP
IN: J Neurosci 1997; 17:4212-4222
Impact Factor(s) of J Neurosci: 7.907 (2004), 8.306 (2003), 8.178 (2001)

ABSTRACT: Most autosomal dominant inherited forms of early onset Alzheimer's disease (AD) are caused by mutations in the presenilin-1 (PS-1) gene on chromosome 14. PS-1 is an integral membra... Click HERE for details


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