Biochemical Aspects of Renal Function: Proceedings of a by B. D. Ross

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D. 11 mm) facilitated monolayer of at least 105 /im2, to which the change in area up to day 7 formation while the outside medium was changed after was compared {% of control). Control proliferative rate 2-A hr, and every 48 hr thereafter. The floor of the culture was measured in Waymouth 752/1, supplemented with dish (Petriperm, Heraeus) was a gas-permeable foil which Thyroxine (Table 1 ). had been covered with a thin layer (about 100 μπι) of rabExplanted epithelia were kept at constant temperature bit plasma (substratum), or with collagen.

LACY F. (1973) A micropuncture study of Henle's thin loop in Brattleboro rats. Am. J. Physioi 224, 180-185. RIDDLE C. V. & ERNST S. A. (1979) Structural simplicity of the zonula occludens in the electrolyte secreting epithelium of the avian salt gland. J. Membr. Biol. 45, 21-35. ROUFFIGNAC DE C. & MOREL F. (1969) Micropuncture study of water, electrolytes and urea movements along the loop of Henle in Psammomys. J. clin. Invest. 48, 474-486. STEPHENSON J. L. (1972) Central core model of the renal counterflow system.

The following subusually limit the analysis of metabolism and solute strata were tested: collagen (Ethicon); gelatine 10% (Serva); transport and their interdependence within the single agar 3% (Gibco); rabbit plasma. Plasma was obtained from nephron. A preparation of cell populations derived cardiac blood by centrifugation (3°C, 2000 rev/min, from defined nephron segments in culture might be a 10 min). The media and supplements which were tested for tool for long-term studies on large, defined and homo- their effect on growth response of individual nephron seggeneous epithelial cell populations.

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