Michael F. Goy - Publications

Cell & Molecular Physiology University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Physiology Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology

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2016 Fellner RC, Moss NG, Goy MF. Dietary salt regulates uroguanylin expression and signaling activity in the kidney, but not in the intestine. Physiological Reports. 4. PMID 27185905 DOI: 10.14814/Phy2.12782  0.8
2011 Qian X, Moss NG, Fellner RC, Taylor-Blake B, Goy MF. 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. PMID 21106860 DOI: 10.1152/Ajprenal.00282.2010  0.8
2010 Moss NG, Riguera DA, Fellner RC, Cazzolla C, Goy MF. Natriuretic and antikaliuretic effects of uroguanylin and prouroguanylin in the rat. American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology. 299: F1433-42. PMID 20861080 DOI: 10.1152/Ajprenal.00281.2010  0.8
2009 Moss NG, Riguera DA, Solinga RM, Kessler MM, Zimmer DP, Arendshorst WJ, Currie MG, Goy MF. The natriuretic peptide uroguanylin elicits physiologic actions through 2 distinct topoisomers. Hypertension. 53: 867-76. PMID 19289652 DOI: 10.1161/Hypertensionaha.108.128264  0.8
2008 Qian X, Moss NG, Fellner RC, Goy MF. Circulating prouroguanylin is processed to its active natriuretic form exclusively within the renal tubules. Endocrinology. 149: 4499-509. PMID 18499761 DOI: 10.1210/En.2007-1724  0.8
2008 Moss NG, Fellner RC, Qian X, Yu SJ, Li Z, Nakazato M, Goy MF. Uroguanylin, an intestinal natriuretic peptide, is delivered to the kidney as an unprocessed propeptide. Endocrinology. 149: 4486-98. PMID 18499760 DOI: 10.1210/En.2007-1725  0.8
2001 Goy MF, Oliver PM, Purdy KE, Knowles JW, Fox JE, Mohler PJ, Qian X, Smithies O, Maeda N. Evidence for a novel natriuretic peptide receptor that prefers brain natriuretic peptide over atrial natriuretic peptide. The Biochemical Journal. 358: 379-87. PMID 11513736 DOI: 10.1042/0264-6021:3580379  0.36
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