Protein Phosphorylation in Proximal Tubular Brush-Border Membranes
Many processes of the living cell are currently believed to be finally regulated via the phosphorylation status of some of the proteins involved, whereby such phosphorylation processes can be influenced by various factors, e.g. cAMP and/or Ca2+-ions (1).
KeywordsParathyroid Hormone Protein Phosphorylation Brush Border Brush Border Membrane Phosphate Transport
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