Gene Set: KEGG_PROXIMAL_TUBULE_BICARBONATE_RECLAMATION

Standard name KEGG_PROXIMAL_TUBULE_BICARBONATE_RECLAMATION
Systematic name M4361
Brief description Proximal tubule bicarbonate reclamation
Full description or abstract One of the major tasks of the renal proximal tubule (PT) is to secrete acid into the tubule lumen, thereby reabsorbing approximately 80% of the filtered bicarbonate (HCO3(-)), as well as generating new HCO3(-) for regulating blood pH. In the tubular lumen, filtered HCO3(-) combines with H(+) in a reaction catalyzed by CA IV. The CO2 thus produced rapidly diffuses into the tubular cells and is combined with water to produce intracellular H(+) and HCO3(-), catalyzed by soluble cytoplasmic CA II. HCO3(-) is then cotransported with Na(+) into blood via the NBC-1. The intracellular H(+) produced by CA II is secreted into the tubular lumen predominantly via the NHE-3. The PT creates the new HCO3(-) by taking glutamine and metabolizing it to two molecules each of NH4(+) and HCO3(-). The NH4(+) is excreted into the tubular lumen, and the HCO3(-) , which is new HCO3(-) , is returned to the blood, where it replaces the HCO3(-) lost earlier in the titration of nonvolatile acids.
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by KEGG (Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes)
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