Vasopressin-vermittelte Wasserrückresorption im Sammelrohr der Niere

Abstract

Vasopressin-mediated water reabsorption from primary urine in the renal collecting duct is essential for regulating body water homeostasis and depends on the water channel aquaporin-2 (AQP2). Dysregulation of the process can cause water balance disorders. Here, we present cell-based high-throughput screenings to identify proteins and small molecules as tools to elucidate molecular mechanisms underlying the AQP2 control and as potential starting points for the development of water balance disorder drugs.

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