par Al-Awqati, Qais;Beauwens, Renaud
Editeur scientifique Windhager, Erich
Référence Handbook of physiology, a critical, comprehensive presentation of physiological knowledge and concepts, American Physiological Society, New York, Vol. 25, Renal physiology, page (323-350)
Publication Publié, 1992
Partie d'ouvrage collectif
Résumé : The sections in this article are: 1 Transepithelial Proton and Bicarbonate Transport 1.1 Intercalated Cells 1.2 Proton Secretion 1.3 Bicarbonate Secretion 2 Molecules Involved in Acid-Base Transport 2.1 Proton-Translocating ATPases 2.2 Cl−−inline image Exchanger 2.3 Chloride Channel 2.4 Carbonic Anhydrase 3 Regulation of Proton Secretion 3.1 Transmembrane Electrochemical Gradient 3.2 Cell pH 3.3 Effect of CO2 and Role of Exocytosis 3.4 Role of Endocytosis 3.5 Aldosterone 3.6 Extracellular Acid-Base Changes 3.7 Cyclic AMP 4 Regulation of Bicarbonate Secretion 4.1 Exfracellular Acid-Base Changes 4.2 cAMP 4.3 Cell Calcium and the Calcium Ionophore A23187 5 Epithelial Polarity of Proton and Bicarbonate Transport 5.1 Biogenesis of Epithelial Polarity 5.2 Plasticity of Epithelial Polarity in the Intercalated Cell 5.3 Other Examples of Reversible Polarity 5.4 Potential Mechanisms for Plasticity in the Polarity of the Intercalated Cell 6 Developmental Biology of the Intercalated Cell