(5) SGLT-1 is a high-affinity, low-capacity glucose transporter that reabsorbs
the remaining 10% of filtered glucose in the distal straight segment (S3) of the proximal tubule.
As a second water-saving feature, these animals have structures in their nostrils that reabsorb
water vapor from the warm air they exhale, Petryszyn says.
Amount [Na.sup.+] excreted = amount [Na.sup.+] filtered--amount [Na.sup.+] reabsorbed
"By controlling the size and architecture of these structures we can tune theirproperties and make them reversible -- this means they can release and reabsorb
hydrogen," said Aguey-Zinsou, lead author on the paper.
The ability of the kidneys to filter, reabsorb
and secrete water, waste molecules and electrolytes determines the composition of both the body's extracellular fluid and the urinary filtrate.
OECD cautions that the global economic recovery is "unlikely to be sufficiently vigorous to rapidly reabsorb
current high levels of unemployment and under-employment."
Four years later, the country has effectively managed to reabsorb
its deficit (from 3.6% in 2003 to 2.2% in 2007).
The kidney is washing it out of the system - it's failing to reabsorb
it back into the body."
The deal will mean the planting of trees dedicated to Henry Howard Finance and Nearby Stores in Northcombe Farm, Devon, to reabsorb
carbon dioxide emissions.
Use Arnica on bruises as long as skin has not been grazed, it reduces pain and encourages tissue to reabsorb
blood to speed up the healing process.
* During dry weather, some frogs can store urine in their bladders and reabsorb
The distal tubule and the cortical portion of the collecting duct actively reabsorb
NaCl but are impermeable to urea.