renal tubule

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renal tubule

[′rēn·əl ′tü·byül]
(anatomy)
One of the glandular tubules which elaborate urine in the kidneys.
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MUC1 marks collecting tubules, renal vesicles, comma- and S-shaped bodies in human developing kidney tubules, renal vesicles, comma- and s-shaped bodies in human kidney.
It can form stones in the kidneys, which can likewise cause excruciating pain when the kidney tubules, where the urine passes, are blocked.
Scientists grew suspicious of proton pump inhibitors because they can cause acute interstitial nephritis, (42-44) a condition in which spaces between the kidney tubules become swollen and interfere with filtration of toxins out of one's blood.
In healthy individuals, glucose is reabsorbed by the kidney tubules and not present in the urine.
The kidney tubules changes were considerably mild in the G4 group that showed part damaged cell, also show some Alonbebat collecting tubule padded cell with cytoplasm free of Empty looking cytoplasm.
This is in line with the recent data presented for Aqp1ab in kidney tubules, as explained below.
It also allows for personalised medicine approaches as treatments can be tested using cells obtained from a patient's urine sample, which are grown in the lab to form mini kidney tubules.
Glomeruli of mice fed the acidic diet appeared congested and the kidney tubules were edematus (Fig.
The differentiated cells expressed multiple genes expressed in intermediate mesoderm and could spontaneously give rise to tubular structures that expressed markers of mature kidney tubules.
The differentiated cells expressed multiple genes expressed in intermediate mesoderm and could spontaneously give rise lo tubular structures that expressed markers of mature kidney tubules.
Increased absorption of urea from renal tubules could be due to failure of the selective reabsorption property of kidney tubules.