The renal Na+-dependent dicarboxylate transporter, NaDC-3, translocates dimethyl- and disulfhydryl-compounds and contributes to renal heavy metal detoxificafion

Birgitta C. Burckhardt, Britta Drinkuth, Christine Menzel, Angela König, Jürgen Steffgen, Stephen H. Wright, Gerhard Burckhardt

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