Michael F. Goy

Cell & Molecular Physiology University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Physiology Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology
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Fellner RC, Moss NG, Goy MF. (2016) Dietary salt regulates uroguanylin expression and signaling activity in the kidney, but not in the intestine. Physiological Reports. 4
Qian X, Moss NG, Fellner RC, et al. (2011) The rat kidney contains high levels of prouroguanylin (the uroguanylin precursor) but does not express GC-C (the enteric uroguanylin receptor). American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology. 300: F561-73
Moss NG, Riguera DA, Fellner RC, et al. (2010) Natriuretic and antikaliuretic effects of uroguanylin and prouroguanylin in the rat. American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology. 299: F1433-42
Moss NG, Riguera DA, Solinga RM, et al. (2009) The natriuretic peptide uroguanylin elicits physiologic actions through 2 distinct topoisomers. Hypertension. 53: 867-76
Qian X, Moss NG, Fellner RC, et al. (2008) Circulating prouroguanylin is processed to its active natriuretic form exclusively within the renal tubules. Endocrinology. 149: 4499-509
Moss NG, Fellner RC, Qian X, et al. (2008) Uroguanylin, an intestinal natriuretic peptide, is delivered to the kidney as an unprocessed propeptide. Endocrinology. 149: 4486-98
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