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profile is supported by RNA-Seq data that shows that apela, but not apelin or aplnr, is highly expressed in microdissected rat kidney tubules. If endogenous tubular apela promotes diuresis in the kidney it could conceivably do this by interacting with APJ in vasculature, or via an unknown receptor in the tubules. The comparative distribution of apela, apelin and aplnr in the rodent kidney lays the foundation for future work on how the renal apelinergic system interacts.
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11/02/16 → 29/03/19
- Bristol Medical School (THS) - Honorary Senior Research Fellow
- Laboratories for Integrative Neuroscience and Endocrinology
- Bristol Neuroscience
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