Thyroid hormones and renal transport: Cellular and biochemical aspects

Capasso, Giovam&buml;attista; De Santo, Natale G.; Kinne, Rolf
October 1987
Kidney International;Oct1987, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p443
Academic Journal
Discusses the cellular and biochemical aspects of thyroid hormones and renal transport. Action of thyroid hormones on the kidney; Biochemical and biophysical aspects of thyroid hormones action on transport process; Role of thyroid hormones in regulating renal cell growth and differentiation; Analysis of the clinical aspects of the effect of thyroid hormones on kidney function and electrolyte metabolism.


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