The SGLT-2 inhibitors reduce renal glucose reabsorption
, leading to a lower plasma glucose concentration.
In BS, defective sodium and potassium reabsorption
in the TAL results in reduced calcium reabsorption
and excessive delivery of calcium to more distal parts of the nephron.
This also has an embryological explanation: It is the closest portion between both Muller ducts and the point where the fusion and reabsorption
processes between both start before simultaneously proceed cranially and caudally.
Among mammalian AQPs (AQPO-14), AQP2 is the only AVP-dependent water channel that facilitates water reabsorption
in response to AVP, by translocating from intracellular vesicles to the apical membrane of collecting duct principal cells (Sasaki, 2012; Kortenoeven and Fenton, 2014).
Taiwan would accept reabsorption
and this would simultaneously "mean that China was on a par with the United States as a global superpower.
These babies were evaluated at the 40th gestational week and serum calcium, phosphorus, alkaline phosphatase, urea, creatinine, urinary calcium and phosphorus levels were measured and tubular reabsorption
of phosphorus was determined.
1, 25-dihyroxycholecalciferol then exerts its effects on the (1) intestine to increase calcium absorption, (2) bone to increase resorption, and (3) kidneys to increase reabsorption
by the proximal tubules.
The Society identified seven basic groups according to Mullerian development and their relationship to fertility: agenesis and hypoplasias, unicornuate uteri (unilateral hypoplasia), didelphys uteri (complete nonfusion), bicornuate uteri (incomplete fusion), septate uteri (nonreabsorption of septum), arcuate uteri (almost complete reabsorption
of septum), and anomalies related to fetal DES exposure.
Sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors are a new class of oral antidiabetic medications that act by reducing renal glucose reabsorption
in the proximal convoluted tubule thus leading to increased glycosuria and lowering of blood glucose.
The researchers showed that FGF23 has a so called sodium conserving effect, meaning it controls the reabsorption
of filtered sodium in the kidneys.
They work by blocking the kidneys' reabsorption
A separate study conducted on rats found that moderate sugar intake may fuel a reaction that leads to increased salt reabsorption
by the kidneys, which may damage the kidneys over time, as well as contribute to high blood pressure.