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Secretion and Organic Transport in the Proximal Tubule

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Secretion and Organic Transport in the Proximal Tubule by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Renal Physiology.


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    1. Movement of toxins from blood to tubules.
    2. Movement of toxins from renal tubules to blood.
    3. Movement of solutes from renal tubules to blood.
    4. Movement of unwanted molecules from renal tubules to blood.
    5. Movement of wanted molecules from renal tubules to blood.
    1. Proximal straight tubule.
    2. Proximal convoluted tubule.
    3. Bowman's capsule.
    4. Thick ascending limb.
    5. Thin ascending limb.
    1. Blood > OAT1,2,3 > MPR2 > Tubular fluid
    2. Tubular fluid > apical membrane > basolateral membrane > interstitial fluid > blood
    3. Tubular fluid > OCTN > OCT > blood
    4. Tubular fluid > MPR2 > OAT1,2,3 > Blood
    5. Blood > OAT1,2,3 > MPR1 > tubular fluid

    Author of lecture Secretion and Organic Transport in the Proximal Tubule

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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