Kidney 2

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How does the endocrine act on the kidney/produced by?
ADH, aldosterone/ renin, vitamin D, erythropoietin, prostaglandins
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proteins of podocytes
nephrin and podocin that are -ve to repel other -ve proteins.
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JG cells
contain granular cells -renin into blood of arteriole. Important Na+ reabsorption into the plasma.
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how can GFR be altered?
by constricting afferent/efferent arterioles to reduce hydrostatic or increase it.
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PCT
Na/K+ pump Na co transporter with glucose. AA reabsorbed cysteine precipitate causes kidney stones.
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proteins of podocytes

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nephrin and podocin that are -ve to repel other -ve proteins.

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JG cells

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how can GFR be altered?

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PCT

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