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Osmotically inactive skin Na+ storage in rats.

American journal of physiology. Renal physiology , Volume 285 , Issue 6 (2003)
Jens Titze , Rainer Lang , Christoph Ilies , Karl H Schwind , Karl A Kirsch , Peter Dietsch , Friedrich C Luft , Karl F Hilgers
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Mobilization of osmotically inactive Na+ by growth and by dietary salt restriction in rats.

American journal of physiology. Renal physiology , Volume 292 , Issue 5 (2007)
Markus Schafflhuber , Nicola Volpi , Anke Dahlmann , Karl F Hilgers , Francesca Maccari , Peter Dietsch , Hubertus Wagner , Friedrich C Luft , Kai-Uwe Eckardt , Jens Titze
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Macrophages regulate salt-dependent volume and blood pressure by a vascular endothelial growth factor-C-dependent buffering mechanism.

Nature medicine , Volume 15 , Issue 5 (2009)
Agnes Machnik , Wolfgang Neuhofer , Jonathan Jantsch , Anke Dahlmann , Tuomas Tammela , Katharina Machura , Joon-Keun Park , Franz-Xaver Beck , Dominik N Müller , Wolfgang Derer , Jennifer Goss , Agata Ziomber , Peter Dietsch , Hubertus Wagner , Nico van Rooijen , Armin Kurtz , Karl F Hilgers , Kari Alitalo , Kai-Uwe Eckardt , Friedrich C Luft , Dontscho Kerjaschki , Jens Titze