Default: American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology

ISSN: 1931-857X

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American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology is a journal indexed in SJR in Physiology and Urology with an H index of 164. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,437 and it has a best quartile of Q1.

American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: renal, kidney, expression, human, evidence, diabetic, receptor, biomarker, receptors, function, ...

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renal, kidney, expression, human, evidence, diabetic, receptor, biomarker, receptors, function, wnk, nacl, role, mediate, mouse, injury, calcium, rat, cotransporter, endothelin, nh, r,

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A vibrator prevents streaming during close-arterial infusion into the kidney

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A1 adenosine receptor knockout mice exhibit increased renal injury following ischemia and reperfusion

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Action of EGF and PGE2 on basolateral organic anion uptake in rabbit proximal renal tubules and hOAT1 expressed in human kidney epithelial cells

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Activation of the apical Na+/H+ exchanger NHE3 by formate: a basis of enhanced fluid and electrolyte reabsorption by formate in the kidney

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Aldosterone enhances renin gene expression in juxtaglomerular cells

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An apical K+-dependent HCO3- transport pathway opposes transepithelial HCO3- absorption in rat medullary thick ascending limb

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An update on renal peptide transporters

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Antidiuretic hormone resistance in the neonatal cortical collecting tubule is mediated in part by elevated phosphodiesterase activity

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Application of difference gel electrophoresis to the identification of inner medullary collecting duct proteins

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Arginine vasopressin stimulates H+-ATPase in MDCK cells via V1 (cell Ca2+) and V2 (cAMP) receptors

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ATP is released from guinea pig ureter epithelium on distension

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Bid activation in kidney cells following ATP depletion in vitro and ischemia in vivo

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Central control of renal sodium-phosphate (NaPi-2) transporters

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Characterization of a murine renal distal convoluted tubule cell line for the study of transcellular calcium transport

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Chronic nitric oxide synthase inhibition exacerbates renal dysfunction in cirrhotic rats

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Conditional gene expression in renal collecting duct epithelial cells: use of the inducible Cre-lox system

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Decreased amiloride-sensitive Na+ absorption in collecting duct principal cells isolated from BPK ARPKD mice

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Defective D1-like receptor-mediated inhibition of the Cl-/HCO3- exchanger in immortalized SHR proximal tubular epithelial cells

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Development of an experimental system for the study of urethral biomechanical function

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Developmental approaches to kidney tissue engineering

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Dietary salt intake modulates progression of antithymocyte serum nephritis through alteration of glomerular angiotensin II receptor expression

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Differential regulation of branched-chain a-ketoacid dehydrogenase kinase expression by glucocorticoids and acidification in LLC-PK1-GR101 cells

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Differential regulation of PHEX expression in bone and parathyroid gland by chronic renal insufficiency and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3

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