First Published in 1994: Ionic Transport in Hypertension is devoted to examining the hypothesis that essential hypertension is a heterogeneous disease in its pathophysiological mechanisms as well as in its clinical and therapeutic considerations.
, Antonio Coca (Barcelona
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12 June 2019
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1. The Erythrocyte as a Cellular Model for the Clinical Investigation of Essential Hypertension Patients Antonio Coca and Ricardo P. Garay 2. Genetic Abnormalities of the Na-K-Cl Cotransport in Experimental and Primary Hypertension Patrizia Ferrari and Guiseppe Bianchi 3. The [Na+,K+,Cl-] Cotransport System: Relevance in Essential Hypertension Ricardo P. Garay, Sylvie Cavalier, and Patrick A. Hannaert 4. Kinetic Abnormalities of the Na+,K+ Pump in Essential Hypertension Javier Diez and Arantxa Arrazola 5. The Li+/Na+ Countertransport in Hypertension Andrea Semplicini 6. The Na+/H+ Antiport: Its Role in Cellular Metabolism and in the Pathophysiology of Essential Hypertension Abraham Aviv 7. The Cl-/HCO3- Anion Exchanger in Hypertension Javier Diez and Arantxa Arrazola 8. Endogeneous Digitalis-Like Factors: Past Progress and Future Prospects Kenneth A. Gruber 9. Atrial Natriuretic Peptide, Sodium Transport Systems and Essential Hypertension Josep Closas, Jean R. Cusson, and Pierre Larochelle 10. Vascular Muscle Calcium Channels in Hypertension Nancy J. Rusch and Kent Hermsmeyer 11. Abnormalities of the Calcium Pump in Primary Hypertension Alejandro De la Sierra, Javier Sobrino, and Antonio Coca 12. Ion Transport and Left Ventricular Hypertrophy in Essential Hypertension Antonio Coca, Alejandro De la Sierra, and Alvaro Urbano-Marquez 13. Abnormalities of Ion Transport in Hypercholesterolemia and Hypertriglyceridemia: A Link with Essential Hypertension? Steven C. Hunt, Lily L. Wu, and Roger R. Williams 14. Abnormalities of Ion Transport and the Pathophysiology of Essential Hypertension: Therapeutic Implications and Future Perspectives Ricardo P. Garay, Nathalie Senn, and Jean-Pierre Ollivier
Antonio Coca M.D., is Chief, Hypertension Unit, Depart of General Internal Medicine, Hospital Clinical, School of Medicine, University of Barcelona, Spain. Ricardo P. Garay, M.D., is Director of Research, INSERM Unit 2, School of Medicine of Creteil, France.