Results 1 - 10 of 48 for sodium
  1. The SLC34A1 gene provides instructions for making a protein called sodium-dependent phosphate transporter 2A (NaPi-IIa), which plays a role in the regulation ...
  2. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium ...
  3. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium atoms (sodium ions) into cells, play a key ...
  4. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium atoms (sodium ions) into cells, play a key ...
  5. ... for making a protein called the type IIb sodium-phosphate cotransporter, which plays a role in the ... the alveoli. Research suggests that the type IIb sodium-phosphate cotransporter normally helps clear this phosphate. At ...
  6. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium atoms (sodium ions) into cells, play a key ...
  7. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels allow positively charged sodium (Na) atoms (sodium ions) to pass into cells; ...
  8. ... family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels open and close at specific times to control the flow of positively charged sodium atoms (sodium ions) into cells. The sodium channels ...
  9. ... into and out of cells. Specifically, it pumps sodium ions (Na+) out of cells and potassium ions ( ... result, less potassium is pumped into neurons, less sodium is pumped out of these cells, and neurotransmitters ...
  10. ... protein known as Na+/K+ ATPase or the sodium pump. This protein uses energy from a molecule ... into and out of cells. Specifically, it pumps sodium ions (Na+) out of cells and potassium ions ( ...
previous · 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · next