Elevation of cAMP in cultured mesangial cells diminishes vasopressin-stimulated increases of phosphate uptake and 32P-specific activity in ATP but has no effect on phosphoinositide metabolism

D. A. Troyer, O. F. Gonzalez, M. A. Venkatachalam, J. I. Kreisberg

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