The level of tubular reabsorption
of phosphorus was compared with the serum calcium, phosphorus and alkaline phosphatase levels measured at the 40th gestational week and alkaline phosphatase was found to be significantly increased in the group with a high tubular reabsorption
of phosphorus ([greater than or equal to]%95).
The proposed mechanism of exercise-induced proteinuria involves increased glomerular permeability and exceeding the maximum tubular reabsorption
However, we could not determine whether normal physiological variability in renal tubular reabsorption
is the only explanation.
However, the homeostasis of carnitine is kept through very efficient mechanisms such as the ability ofthe human body to synthesize sufficient amounts of carnitine even under adverse dietetic management and a very efficient tubular reabsorption
of carnitine under normal conditions.
It can be postulated from the present findings that, an increase in the renal tubular reabsorption
of electrolytes ([Na.
Thus, steviol produces a fall in renal tubular reabsorption
Renal elimination of drugs depends on three processes: glomerular filtration, tubular secretion and tubular reabsorption
tubular handling, the fractional proximal tubular reabsorption
Control of magnesium occurs primarily by filtration and tubular reabsorption
, although the mechanisms involved are not yet well defined.
7,8] Consequently, this pattern is frequently visible in UIFE studies of patients with tubular proteinuria of any cause, as a reflection of impaired tubular reabsorption
The excretion of protein in the urine is determined by several factors, including the plasma protein concentration, renal blood flow, glomerular filtration, tubular reabsorption
, secretion, and postrenal processes.