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Wagner, Carsten A; Capasso, G (2011). The anion exchanger pendrin (SLC26A4) and renal acid-base homeostasis. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, 28(3):497-504.
Becker, H M; Mohebbi, N; Perna, A; Ganapathy, V; Capasso, G; Wagner, C A (2010). Localization of members of MCT monocarboxylate transporter family Slc16 in the kidney and regulation during metabolic acidosis. American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology, 299(1):F141-F154.
Hafner, P; Grimaldi, R; Capuano, P; Capasso, G; Wagner, C A (2008). Pendrin in the mouse kidney is primarily regulated by Cl- excretion but also by systemic metabolic acidosis. American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology, 295(6):C1658-C1667.
Capasso, G; Rizzo, M; Garavaglia, M L; Trepiccione, F; Zacchia, M; Mugione, A; Ferrari, P; Paulmichl, M; Lang, F; Loffing, J; Carrell, M; Damiano, S; Wagner, C A; Bianchi, G; Meyer, G (2008). Upregulation of apical sodium-chloride cotransporter and basolateral chloride channels is responsible for the maintenance of salt-sensitive hypertension. American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology, 295(2):F556-F567.
Rexhepaj, R; Grahammer, F; Völkl, H; Remy, C; Wagner, C A; Sandulache, D; Artunc, F; Henke, G; Nammi, S; Capasso, G; Alessi, D R; Lang, F (2006). Reduced intestinal and renal amino acid transport in PDK1 hypomorphic mice. FASEB Journal, 20(13):2214-2222.
Waldegger, S; Busch, A E; Kern, C; Capasso, G; Murer, H; Lang, F (1996). Function and dysfunction of renal transport molecules: lessons from electrophysiology. Kidney & Blood Pressure Research, 19(3-4):155-159.