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Aquaporin (AQP): Definition, Structure & Function

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Aquaporin (AQP): Definition, Structure & Function by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. AQP2
    2. AQP3
    3. AQP4
    4. AQP5
    5. AQP0
    1. A pore in the cell membrane
    2. A transmembrane receptor
    3. An ion channel
    4. A solute carrier
    5. An ATPase transporter
    1. AQP2
    2. AQP1
    3. AQP7
    4. AQP4
    5. AQP5
    1. The apical density of AQP channels in the cells of the collecting duct
    2. The amount of water in the distal tubule
    3. The aquaporins in the interstitial space
    4. The density of the blood facing the basolateral membrane of the collecting ducts
    5. The amount of sodium in the macula densa
    1. By a vesicles membrane insertion
    2. By increasing ion transport
    3. By the process of phagocytosis
    4. By increasing the smooth endothelial reticulum
    5. By the process of pinocytosis
    1. The presence of an osmotic gradient
    2. The presence of proteins
    3. The presence of potassium in the cell
    4. The presence of aquaporins
    5. The presence of sodium in the lumen
    1. The formation of aquaporin-carrying vesicles in response to AVP/ADH
    2. The formation of aquaporin-carrying vesicles in response to aldosterone
    3. The formation of vesicles
    4. The presence of sodium in the lumen
    5. The presence of water in the cytoplasm of the cell

    Author of lecture Aquaporin (AQP): Definition, Structure & Function

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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