Histopathological changes in kidney of diabetic rat showed signs of tubular necrosis with loss of their brush border, vacuolar degeneration of proximal tubules and thickened basement membrane.
What does PT stand for?
PT stands for Proximal Tubule
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com)-- ALPCO Diagnostics, a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of assays, is pleased to announce the launch of their new site specific rat kidney injury biomarker, Alpha Glutathione-S-Transferase (aGST) a constitutive proximal tubule injury marker.
Seki's team has found that TZDs also have direct effects on channels in the kidney known as the proximal tubules.
They also underscore the fact that patients with diabetes, and particularly those with chronic kidney disease, "in whom the urinary loss of protein-associated vitamin D magnifies reduced activation of vitamin D by the proximal tubule and reduced expression of the vitamin D receptor," have increased rates of vitamin D deficiency.
Cadmium (Cd) is an occupational and environmental hazard that concentrates in the kidney where it impairs the reabsorptive and secretory functions of the renal proximal tubule, resulting in albuminuria.
Angiotensin II stimulation of hydrogen secretion in the rat early proximal tubule.