Title : Importance of chloride for acute inhibition of renin by sodium chloride.

Pub. Date : 1978 Nov

PMID : 31796






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1 Importance of chloride for acute inhibition of renin by sodium chloride. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus
2 These results suggest that inhibition of renin by sodium is dependent on an intrarenal effect of chloride. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus
3 The association of renin inhibition and increased TcH2O indirectly supports the hypothesis that renin suppression by chloride is related to the magnitude of absorptive chloride transport in the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus
4 The association of renin inhibition and increased TcH2O indirectly supports the hypothesis that renin suppression by chloride is related to the magnitude of absorptive chloride transport in the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus
5 The association of renin inhibition and increased TcH2O indirectly supports the hypothesis that renin suppression by chloride is related to the magnitude of absorptive chloride transport in the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus
6 The association of renin inhibition and increased TcH2O indirectly supports the hypothesis that renin suppression by chloride is related to the magnitude of absorptive chloride transport in the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle. Chlorides renin Rattus norvegicus