Rab11b regulates ENaC traffic

Our March 2012 podcast highlights work by Dr. Michael Butterworth and his colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh. Their manuscript entitled “RAB11b REGULATES THE TRAFFICKING AND RECYCLING OF THE EPITHELIAL SODIUM CHANNEL (ENaC)” is published in the March 2012 issue of the journal. Join Editor-in-Chief Thomas Kleyman and Dr. Michael Butterworth as they discuss the role of a Rab family member in the regulation of ENaC trafficking.

Michael Bruce Butterworth, Robert S. Edinger, Mark R. Silvis, Luciana I. Gallo, Xiubin Liang, Gerard Apodaca, Raymond A. Frizzell, and John P. Johnson. RAB11b REGULATES THE TRAFFICKING AND RECYCLING OF THE EPITHELIAL SODIUM CHANNEL (ENaC) Am J Physiol Renal Physiol; published ahead of print November 30, 2011, doi:10.1152/ajprenal.00304.2011

Endogenous Adenosine in Renal Sympathetic Neurotransmission

Join us as Jeffrey Garvin, Associate Editor of AJP:Renal, leads Edwin Jackson from The University of Pittsburgh Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology in a exciting discussion of his group’s latest findings. Does Adenosine influence renal sympathetic nerve stimulation in the kidney?

Edwin K. Jackson, Dongmei Cheng, Stevan P Tofovic, and Zaichuan Mi. Endogenous Adenosine Contributes to Renal Sympathetic Neurotransmission Via Postjunctional A1-Receptor-Mediated Coincident Signaling. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol; published ahead of print November 23, 2011, doi:10.1152/ajprenal.00495.2011

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