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David Nickerson <nickerso@users.sourceforge.net>
2015-07-29 15:53:01+12:00
adding the begginings of a reStructuredText version of the documentation for this workspace. Describing the reboot of the purpose of this workspace.
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This workspace describes the collection of models related to the renal nephron that can be found in this model repository. This collection is being developed, validated, and annotated as part of the renal physiome project.

Guyton, Coleman and Granger (1972)
Circulation: Overall Regulation, Annual Review of Physiology, 34: 13-44.
Weinstein (1995)
A kinetically defined Na+/H+ antiporter within a mathematical model of the rat proximal tubule,The Journal of General Physiology, 105: 617-641.
M. Mackenzie, D.D.F. Loo, M. Panayotova-Heiermann, and E. M. Wright (1996)
Biophysical Characteristics of the Pig Kidney Na+/Glucose Cotransporter SGLT2 Reveal a Common Mechanism for SGLT1 and SGLT2, J Biol Chem 271: 32678-32683.
Weinstein (1998)
A mathematical model of the inner medullary collecting duct of the rat: acid/base transport, Am J Physiol, 274(5 Pt 2): F856-67.
Chang and Fujita (1999)
A numerical model of the renal distal tubule, Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 276(6): F931-F951.
Chang and Fujita (1999)
A kinetic model of the thiazide-sensitive Na-Cl cotransporter, Am J Physiol, 276: F952-F959.
Thomas (2000)
Inner medullary lactate production and accumulation: a vasa recta model, Am J Physiol, 279: F468-F481.
Weinstein (2000)
A mathematical model of the outer medullary collecting duct of the rat, Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 279: F24-F45.
Chang and Fujita (2001)
A numerical model of acid-base transport in rat distal tubule. Am J Physiol 281: 222-243.
S.Eskandari, E.M. Wright and D.D.F. Loo (2005)
Kinetics of the reverse mode of the Na+/glucose cotransporter, J Membr Biol 204(1):23-32.
Moss, Kazmierczak, Kirley and Harris (2009)
A computational model for emergent dynamics in the kidney, Philos Trans R Soc A, 367: 2125-40.