volume 45, issue 4, P444-452 1989
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1989.53
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Abstract: It is generally assumed that the systems involved in the transport of organic cations and organic anions in the renal proximal tubule are substrate selective (i.e., organic anions do not inhibit organic cation transport and vice versa). However, recent data obtained in vitro have suggested that the organic anion probenecid inhibits the renal transport of the organic cation cimetidine. We addressed the question of whether this interaction is biologically relevant in human beings. The study involved a two-treatm…

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