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    1. Wang, T; Hropot, M; Aronson, PS; Giebisch, G
      Role of NHE isoforms in mediating bicarbonate reabsorption along the nephron

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Eickelberg, O; Geibel, J; Seebach, F; Giebisch, G; Kashgarian, M
      K+-induced HSP-72 expression is mediated via rapid Ca2+ influx in renal epithelial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Wang, T; Yang, CL; Abbiati, T; Shull, GE; Giebisch, G; Aronson, PS
      Essential role of NHE3 in facilitating formate-dependent NaCl absorption in the proximal tubule

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Giebisch, G
      Renal potassium channels: Function, regulation, and structure

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    5. Knauf, F; Yang, CL; Thomson, RB; Mentone, SA; Giebisch, G; Aronson, PS
      Identification of a chloride-formate exchanger expressed on the brush border membrane of renal proximal tubule cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Dong, K; Xu, J; Vanoye, CG; Welch, R; MacGregor, GG; Giebisch, G; Hebert, SC
      An amino acid triplet in the NH2 terminus of rat ROMK1 determines interaction with SUR2B

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Moral, Z; Dong, K; Wei, Y; Sterling, H; Deng, H; Ali, SR; Gu, RM; Huang, XY; Hebert, SC; Giebisch, G; Wang, WH
      Regulation of ROMK1 channels by protein-tyrosine kinase and -tyrosine phosphatase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Malnic, G; Klose, RM; Giebisch, G
      Micropuncture study of renal potassium excretion in the rat (Reprinted from Am. J. Physiol., vol 206, pg 674-686, 1964)

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    9. Giebisch, G
      Micropuncture study of renal potassium excretion in the rat - Comments

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    10. Leipziger, J; MacGregor, GG; Cooper, GJ; Xu, J; Hebert, SC; Giebisch, G
      PKA site mutations of ROMK2 channels shift the pH dependence to more alkaline values

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Wang, WH; Lerea, KM; Chan, M; Giebisch, G
      Protein tyrosine kinase regulates the number of renal secretory K channels

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Giebisch, G
      Potassium channels and the kidney

      NEPHROLOGIE
    13. Unwin, RJ; Walter, SJ; Giebisch, G; Capasso, G; Shirley, DG
      Localization of diuretic effects along the loop of Henle: an in vivo microperfusion study in rats

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    14. Giebisch, G; Wang, W; Hebert, SC
      ATP-dependent potassium channels in the kidney

      PHARMACOLOGY OF IONIC CHANNEL FUNCTION: ACTIVATORS AND INHIBITORS
    15. Lu, M; MacGregor, GG; Wang, WH; Giebisch, G
      Extracellular ATP inhibits the small-conductance K channel on the apical membrane of the cortical collecting duct from mouse kidney

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Giebisch, G; Wang, W
      Renal tubule potassium channels: function, regulation and structure

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    17. Bailey, M; Capasso, G; Agulian, S; Giebisch, G; Unwin, R
      The relationship between distal tubular proton secretion and dietary potassium depletion: evidence for up-regulation of H+-ATPase

      NEPHROLOGY DIALYSIS TRANSPLANTATION
    18. Wang, T; Yang, CL; Abbiati, T; Schultheis, PJ; Shull, GE; Giebisch, G; Aronson, PS
      Mechanism of proximal tubule bicarbonate absorption in NHE3 null mice

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Muto, S; Asano, Y; Seldin, D; Giebisch, G
      Basolateral Na+ pump modulates apical Na+ and K+ conductances in rabbit cortical collecting ducts

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Grishin, AV; Reinhard, J; Dunbar, LA; Courtois-Coutry, N; Wang, T; Giebisch, G; Caplan, MJ
      Nongastric H+,K+-ATPase: Cell biologic and functional properties

      SEMINARS IN NEPHROLOGY
    21. Giebisch, G
      Physiological roles of renal potassium channels

      SEMINARS IN NEPHROLOGY
    22. Giebisch, G; Berliner, RW
      Origins of renal physiology in the USA

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY
    23. SCHULTHEIS PJ; CLARKE LL; MENETON P; MILLER ML; SOLEIMANI M; GAWENIS LR; RIDDLE TM; DUFFY JJ; DOETSCHMAN T; WANG T; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS; LORENZ JN; SHULL GE
      RENAL AND INTESTINAL ABSORPTIVE DEFECTS IN MICE LACKING THE NHE3 NA+ H+ EXCHANGER/

      Nature genetics
    24. GIEBISCH G
      RENAL TUBULAR SECRETION OF POTASSIUM IN THE NORMAL DOG - COMMENTARY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    25. WANG T; GIEBISCH G
      TUBULE FUNCTION IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Experimental nephrology
    26. PFALLER W; SEPPI T; OHNO A; GIEBISCH G; BECK FX
      QUANTITATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF RENAL CORTICAL STRUCTURES DURING COMPENSATORY HYPERTROPHY

      Experimental nephrology
    27. MACGREGOR GG; XU J; MCNICHOLAS C; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      ROMK2 HAS STABLE SUBSTATES WITH DIFFERENT SENSITIVITIES TO OPEN-CHANNEL BLOCK

      The FASEB journal
    28. WANG T; COURTOISCOUTRY N; GIEBISCH G; CAPLAN MJ
      A TYROSINE-BASED SIGNAL REGULATES H-K-ATPASE-MEDIATED POTASSIUM REABSORPTION IN THE KIDNEY

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    29. MACGREGOR GG; XU JZ; MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G; HEBERT SC
      PARTIALLY ACTIVE CHANNELS PRODUCED BY PKA SITE MUTATION OF THE CLONEDRENAL K+ CHANNEL, ROMK2 (KIR1.2)

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    30. WANG T; EGBERT AL; ARONSON PS; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECT OF METABOLIC-ACIDOSIS ON NACL TRANSPORT IN THE PROXIMAL TUBULE

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    31. GIEBISCH G
      RENAL POTASSIUM-TRANSPORT - MECHANISMS AND REGULATION

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    32. McNicholas, CM; MacGregor, GG; Islas, LD; Yang, YH; Hebert, SC; Giebisch, G
      pH-dependent modulation of the cloned renal K+ channel, ROMK

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    33. WAGNER CA; GIEBISCH G; LANG F; GEIBEL JP
      ANGIOTENSIN-II STIMULATES VESICULAR H-ATPASE IN RAT PROXIMAL TUBULAR CELLS()

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. Shirley, DG; Walter, SJ; Unwin, RJ; Giebisch, G
      Contribution of Na+-H+ exchange to sodium reabsorption in the loop of Henle: a microperfusion study in rats

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    35. WANG T; ALEO MD; GIEBISCH G
      MECHANISM STUDY OF ALBUMIN TRANSPORT IN RAT-KIDNEY PROXIMAL TUBULE

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    36. WANG T; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS
      ROLE OF NHE3 IN MEDIATING BICARBONATE ABSORPTION IN THE RAT PROXIMAL TUBULE

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    37. MACGREGOR GG; TANEMOTO M; MCNICHOLAS CM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECT OF EXTERNAL PROTONS ON THE CLONED RENAL K+ CHANNEL ROMK2

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    38. MACGREGOR GG; XU JZ; MCNICHOLAS CM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      INDIVIDUAL MUTATION OF 3 PKA PHOSPHORYLATION SITES OF ROMK2 (S25, S200 AND S294) DECREASE CHANNEL ACTIVITY BY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    39. MACGREGOR GG; XU JZ; MCNICHOLAS CM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      PARTIALLY PHOSPHORYLATED ROMK2 CHANNELS CAN ADOPT STABLE LOWER CONDUCTING SUBLEVEL CONFORMATIONS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    40. WANG WH; GIEBISCH G; LU M
      NITRIC-OXIDE (NO) LINKS THE APICAL NA+ TRANSPORT TO THE BASOLATERAL K+ CONDUCTANCE IN THE RAT CCD

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    41. MCNICHOLAS CM; NASON MW; GUGGINO WB; SCHWIEBERT EM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G; EGAN ME
      A FUNCTIONAL CFTR-NBF1 IS REQUIRED FOR ROMK2-CFTR INTERACTION

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    42. ARONSON PS; GIEBISCH G
      MECHANISMS OF CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN THE PROXIMAL TUBULE

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    43. LU M; GIEBISCH G; WANG WH
      NITRIC OXIDE-INDUCED HYPERPOLARIZATION STIMULATES LOW-CONDUCTANCE NA+CHANNEL OF RAT CCD

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    44. GIEBISCH G
      PRESENTATION OF THE 1997 AN-RICHARDS-AWARD TO LEAF,ALEXANDER

      Kidney international
    45. GIEBISCH G
      PRESENTATION OF THE 1997 AN-RICHARDS-AWARD TO THURAU,KLAUS

      Kidney international
    46. WANG WH; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      RENAL K+ CHANNELS - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Annual review of physiology
    47. MEROT J; GIEBISCH G; GEIBEL J
      INTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION INDUCES CL HCO3 EXCHANGE ACTIVITY IN THE BASOLATERAL MEMBRANE OF BETA-INTERCALATED CELLS OF THE RABBIT CORTICALCOLLECTING DUCT/

      The Journal of membrane biology
    48. LU M; GIEBISCH G; WANG WH
      NITRIC-OXIDE LINKS THE APICAL NA+ TRANSPORT TO THE BASOLATERAL K+ CONDUCTANCE IN THE RAT CORTICAL COLLECTING DUCT

      The Journal of general physiology
    49. WANG T; BECK F; GIEBISCH G
      COMPARISON OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC RESPONSE TO UNILATERAL NEPHRECTOMY ONPROXIMAL TUBULE BICARBONATE TRANSPORT IN REMNANT KIDNEY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    50. WANG T; EGBERT AL; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS
      EFFECT OF METABOLIC-ACIDOSIS ON NACL ABSORPTION MEDIATED BY CHLORIDE-FORMATE EXCHANGE IN THE RAT PROXIMAL TUBULE

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    51. MACGREGOR GG; XU ZC; YANG YH; MCNICHOLAS CM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      PKA PHOSPHORYLATION SITE MUTANT (S294A) OF ROMK2 ALTERS CHANNEL GATING AND DECREASES OPEN-CHANNEL PROBABILITY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    52. MCNICHOLAS CM; LAWRENCE M; YANG YH; MACGREGOR GG; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      CA2-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF ROMK1 AND ROMK2 K+ CHANNELS()

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    53. MCNICHOLAS CM; MACGREGOR GG; NASON MW; YANG YH; GIEBISCH G; HEBERT SC
      MECHANISM OF PH DEPENDENT MODULATION OF ROMK K+ CHANNEL ACTIVITY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    54. MCNICHOLAS CM; NASON MW; GUGGINO WB; SCHWIEBERT EM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G; EGAN ME
      SULFONYLUREA SENSITIVITY OF ROMK2 IS ALTERED BY COEXPRESSION WITH FULL-LENGTH AND TRUNCATED FORMS OF CFTR

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    55. MUTO S; ASANO Y; SELDIN D; GIEBISCH G
      STIMULATION OF BASOLATERAL NA,K-PUMP ACTIVITY MODULATES APICAL AND BASOLATERAL K CONDUCTANCES IN RABBIT CORTICAL COLLECTING DUCT (CCD)

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    56. SUSSMAN CR; RENFRO JL; GIEBISCH G
      PROTECTIVE HEAT-SHOCK STIMULATES TRANSEPITHELIAL SULFATE TRANSPORT BYLLC-PK1 CELLS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    57. PFALLER W; SEPPI T; OHNO A; BECK FX; GIEBISCH G
      QUANTITATIVE MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES OF CORTICAL NEPHRON SEGMENTS AFTER UNILATERAL NEPHRECTOMY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    58. MCNICHOLAS CM; YANG YH; GIEBISCH G; HEBERT SC
      MOLECULAR SITE FOR NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING ON AN ATP-SENSITIVE RENAL K+ CHANNEL (ROMK2)

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    59. WANG T; EGBERT AL; ABBIATI T; ARONSON PS; GIEBISCH G
      MECHANISMS OF STIMULATION OF PROXIMAL TUBULE CHLORIDE TRANSPORT BY FORMATE AND OXALATE

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    60. TSUCHIYA K; GIEBISCH G; WELLING PA
      ALDOSTERONE-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF NA-K-ATPASE SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNAIN THE RAT CCD - COMPETITIVE PCR ANALYSIS

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    61. WANG T; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECTS OF ANGIOTENSIN-II ON ELECTROLYTE TRANSPORT IN THE EARLY AND LATE DISTAL TUBULE IN RAT-KIDNEY

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    62. GIEBISCH G; WANG WH
      POTASSIUM-TRANSPORT - FROM CLEARANCE TO CHANNELS AND PUMPS

      Kidney international
    63. MCNICHOLAS CM; GUGGINO WB; SCHWIEBERT EM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G; EGAN ME
      SENSITIVITY OF A RENAL K-BINDING CASSETTE TRANSPORTER CYSTIC-FIBROSISTRANSMEMBRANE REGULATOR( CHANNEL (ROMK2) TO THE INHIBITORY SULFONYLUREA COMPOUND GLIBENCLAMIDE IS ENHANCED BY COEXPRESSION WITH THE ATP)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. UNWIN RJ; SHIRLEY DG; WALTER SJ; CAPASSO G; GIEBISCH G
      PROXIMAL TUBULAR CONTRIBUTION TO THE EFFECTS OF DIURETICS IN PERFUSEDLOOPS OF HENLE OF ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Journal of physiology
    65. ALEO MD; WANG T; GIEBISCH G; SANDERS MJ; WALSH AH; LOPEZANAYA A
      MODEL DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS OF TENIDAP-INDUCED PROTEINURIA IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    66. WU MS; BIEMESDERFER D; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS
      ROLE OF NHE3 IN MEDIATING RENAL BRUSH-BORDER NA-H+ EXCHANGE - ADAPTATION TO METABOLIC-ACIDOSIS()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. WU MH; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS
      ROLE OF NHE3 IN MEDIATING RENAL BRUSH-BORDER NA-H EXCHANGE - ADAPTATION TO ACIDOSIS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    68. MCNICHOLAS CM; GUGGINO WB; HEBERT SC; SCHWIEBERT EM; GIEBISCH G; EGAN ME
      SULFONYLUREA SENSITIVITY OF THE RENAL ATP-SENSITIVE K+ CHANNEL ROMK2 REQUIRES HETEROMERIC SUBUNIT INTERACTION

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    69. MCNICHOLAS CM; YANG YH; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      MOLECULAR SITE FOR NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING ON AN ATP-SENSITIVE RENAL K+ CHANNEL (ROMK2)

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    70. WANG T; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON P
      ROLE OF ANION-EXCHANGERS IN MEDIATING CHLORIDE ABSORPTION IN THE RAT PROXIMAL TUBULE

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    71. YANG YH; MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G; HEBERT SC
      A POINT MUTATION AT THE C-TERMINUS NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITE OF THE ATP-SENSITIVE RENAL K-CHANNEL, ROMK2, ALTERS THE RESPONSE TO A POTASSIUM CHANNEL OPENER (KCO), CROMAKALIM()

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    72. GIEBISCH G
      HOMER-SMITH-AWARD RECIPIENT - ARONSON,PETER

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    73. WANG T; WANG WH; KLEINROBBENHAAR G; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECTS OF GLYBURIDE ON RENAL TUBULE TRANSPORT AND POTASSIUM-CHANNEL ACTIVITY

      Renal physiology and biochemistry
    74. KUBOKAWA M; MCNICHOLAS CM; HIGGINS MA; WANG WH; GIEBISCH G
      REGULATION OF ATP-SENSITIVE K-BOUND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES IN RAT PRINCIPAL TUBULE CELL( CHANNEL BY MEMBRANE)

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    75. WANG T; SEGAL AS; GIEBISCH G; ARONSON PS
      STIMULATION OF CHLORIDE TRANSPORT BY CAMP IN RAT PROXIMAL TUBULES

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    76. KUBOKAWA M; WANG WH; MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G
      ROLE OF CA2+ CAMK-II IN CA2+-INDUCED K+ CHANNEL INHIBITION IN RAT CCDPRINCIPAL CELL/

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    77. UNWIN R; CAPASSO G; GIEBISCH G
      BICARBONATE TRANSPORT ALONG THE LOOP OF HENLE - EFFECTS OF ADRENAL-STEROIDS

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    78. OBERLEITHNER H; BRINCKMANN E; GIEBISCH G; GEIBEL J
      VISUALIZING LIFE ON BIOMEMBRANES BY ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Kidney international
    79. GIEBISCH G
      RENAL POTASSIUM CHANNELS - AN OVERVIEW

      Kidney international
    80. OHNO A; BECK FX; PFALLER W; GIEBISCH G; WANG T
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC HYPERFILTRATION ON PROXIMAL TUBULE BICARBONATE TRANSPORT AND CELL ELECTROLYTES

      Kidney international
    81. GIEBISCH G; WANG W; MCNICHOLAS CM; KUBOKAWA M; YANG Y; HEBERT S
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-ROLE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RENAL POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Journal of physiology
    82. WANG T; WANG WH; KLEINROBBENHAAR G; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECTS OF A NOVEL K-ATP CHANNEL BLOCKER ON RENAL TUBULE FUNCTION ANDK-CHANNEL ACTIVITY

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    83. KUBOKAWA M; WANG WH; MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G
      REGULATION OF APICAL LOW-CONDUCTANCE K-BOUND PHOSPHATASE IN RAT CCD PRINCIPAL CELL( CHANNEL BY MEMBRANE)

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    84. KUBOKAWA M; WANG WH; MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G
      INHIBITION OF APICAL LOW-CONDUCTANCE K-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASES IN RAT CCD PRINCIPAL CELL( CHANNEL BY CA2+)

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    85. MCNICHOLAS CM; GIEBISCH G; HEBERT SC
      ATP-SENSITIVITY AND PH-SENSITIVITY OF ROMK1 AND ROMK2 5-CHANNELS()

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    86. WANG T; GIEBISCH G
      ANGIOTENSIN-II REGULATES BICARBONATE AND FLUID TRANSPORT IN THE EARLYAND LATE DISTAL TUBULE IN RAT-KIDNEY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    87. BOLIS CL; GIEBISCH G; HOFFMAN JF
      HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL-CONFERENCE ON BIOLOGICAL-MEMBRANES - INTRODUCTION

      Renal physiology and biochemistry
    88. HROPOT M; KLAUS E; UNWIN R; GIEBISCH G
      DIMINISHED DIURETIC AND NATRIURETIC RESPONSE TO FUROSEMIDE IN POTASSIUM-DEPLETED RATS

      Renal physiology and biochemistry
    89. WANG T; BECK F; OHNO A; GIEBISCH G
      EFFECTS OF HYPERFILTRATION ON PROXIMAL TUBULE BICARBONATE TRANSPORT AND CELL ELECTROLYTES IN RAT-KIDNEY

      The FASEB journal
    90. WANG WH; CASSOLA A; GIEBISCH G
      INVOLVEMENT OF ACTIN CYTOSKELETON IN MODULATION OF APICAL K-CHANNEL ACTIVITY IN RAT COLLECTING DUCT

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    91. UNWIN R; CAPASSO G; GIEBISCH G
      POTASSIUM AND SODIUM-TRANSPORT ALONG THE LOOP OF HENLE - EFFECTS OF ALTERED DIETARY POTASSIUM INTAKE

      Kidney international
    92. CAPASSO G; MALNIC G; WANG T; GIEBISCH G
      ACIDIFICATION IN MAMMALIAN CORTICAL DISTAL TUBULE

      Kidney international
    93. GIEBISCH G
      ACCEPTANCE OF THE 1993 A.N.-RICHARDS-AWARD

      Kidney international
    94. OBERLEITHNER H; SCHWAB A; WANG WH; GIEBISCH G; HUME F; GEIBEL J
      LIVING RENAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS IMAGED BY ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Nephron
    95. MCNICHOLAS CM; WANG WH; HO K; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      REGULATION OF ROMK1 K+ CHANNEL ACTIVITY INVOLVES PHOSPHORYLATION PROCESSES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. MCNICHOLAS CM; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      ATP-SENSITIVITY OF CLONED EPITHELIAL K+ CHANNELS, ROMK1 AND ROMK2

      The Journal of general physiology
    97. CAPASSO G; UNWIN R; CIANI F; DESANTO NG; DETOMMASO G; RUSSO F; GIEBISCH G
      BICARBONATE TRANSPORT ALONG THE LOOP OF HENLE .2. EFFECTS OF ACID-BASE, DIETARY, AND NEUROHUMORAL DETERMINANTS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    98. WANG WH; MCNICHOLAS CM; SEGAL AS; GIEBISCH G
      A NOVEL-APPROACH ALLOWS IDENTIFICATION OF K-CHANNELS IN THE LATERAL MEMBRANE OF RAT CCD

      The American journal of physiology
    99. GIEBISCH G; KLEINROBBENHAAR G
      RECENT STUDIES ON THE CHARACTERIZATION OF LOOP DIURETICS

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    100. OBERLEITHNER H; GIEBISCH G; GEIBEL J
      IMAGING THE LAMELLIPODIUM OF MIGRATING EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN-VIVO BY ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Pflugers Archiv


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