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Term:abnormal renal reabsorption
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Accession:MP:0010107 term browser browse the term
Definition:any anomaly in the two-step process beginning with the active or passive extraction of substances (such as water, glucose, oligopeptides, amino acids, sodium (Na+) and other ions) from the renal tubule fluid into the renal interstitium, and the subsequent transport of these substances out of the renal interstitium back into the bloodstream; reabsorption begins in the proximal convoluted tubules and continues in the loop of Henle, distal convoluted tubules, and collecting tubules
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal kidney reabsorption;   abnormal kidney reuptake;   abnormal kidney uptake;   abnormal nephron absorption;   abnormal renal reuptake;   abnormal renal uptake
 narrow_synonym: abnormal renal basolateral membrane transport;   abnormal renal basolateral membrane uptake;   abnormal renal brush border transport;   abnormal renal brush border uptake
 xref: GO:0070293



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abnormal renal reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cldn10 claudin 10 IAGP MGI PMID:22891322 NCBI chr14:119,025,283...119,111,937
Ensembl chr14:119,025,320...119,112,901
JBrowse link
G Cldn16 claudin 16 IAGP MGI PMID:20147368 NCBI chr16:26,281,885...26,301,515
Ensembl chr16:26,281,885...26,301,515
JBrowse link
G Cldn2 claudin 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20385797 NCBI chr  X:138,701,552...138,712,135
Ensembl chr  X:138,701,577...138,712,135
JBrowse link
G Cldn4 claudin 4 IAGP MGI PMID:23284964 PMID:25157135 NCBI chr 5:134,973,977...134,975,788
Ensembl chr 5:134,973,973...134,975,788
JBrowse link
G Cubn cubilin IAGP MGI PMID:20798259 NCBI chr 2:13,281,149...13,496,687
Ensembl chr 2:13,281,149...13,496,624
JBrowse link
G Kirrel1 kirre like nephrin family adhesion molecule 1 IAGP MGI PMID:27430022 NCBI chr 3:86,985,900...87,082,084
Ensembl chr 3:86,985,900...87,082,054
JBrowse link
G Lrp2 low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20798259 NCBI chr 2:69,254,679...69,416,373
Ensembl chr 2:69,254,684...69,416,409
JBrowse link
G Meox2 mesenchyme homeobox 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20798259 NCBI chr12:37,158,539...37,229,533
Ensembl chr12:37,158,539...37,229,533
JBrowse link
G Mmut methylmalonyl-Coenzyme A mutase IAGP MGI PMID:23898205 NCBI chr17:41,245,576...41,272,880
Ensembl chr17:41,245,576...41,272,879
JBrowse link
G Nos1 nitric oxide synthase 1, neuronal IAGP MGI PMID:10966931 NCBI chr 5:118,004,904...118,096,905
Ensembl chr 5:117,919,097...118,096,905
JBrowse link
G Nphs1 nephrosis 1, nephrin IAGP MGI PMID:27430022 NCBI chr 7:30,157,259...30,188,048
Ensembl chr 7:30,157,740...30,186,648
JBrowse link
G Slc12a1 solute carrier family 12, member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:17215439 NCBI chr 2:124,994,430...125,071,922
Ensembl chr 2:124,994,425...125,071,922
JBrowse link
G Slc13a1 solute carrier family 13 (sodium/sulfate symporters), member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:14578452 NCBI chr 6:24,088,282...24,168,118
Ensembl chr 6:24,088,282...24,168,091
JBrowse link
G Slc15a2 solute carrier family 15 (H+/peptide transporter), member 2 IAGP MGI PMID:12697824 NCBI chr16:36,570,523...36,605,506
Ensembl chr16:36,570,539...36,605,324
JBrowse link
G Slc22a12 solute carrier family 22 (organic anion/cation transporter), member 12 IAGP MGI PMID:20544513 NCBI chr19:6,585,884...6,593,100
Ensembl chr19:6,585,875...6,593,062
JBrowse link
G Slc22a5 solute carrier family 22 (organic cation transporter), member 5 IAGP MGI PMID:8155735 NCBI chr11:53,755,368...53,782,609
Ensembl chr11:53,755,368...53,782,486
JBrowse link
G Slc2a9 solute carrier family 2 (facilitated glucose transporter), member 9 IAGP MGI PMID:19706426 NCBI chr 5:38,506,616...38,660,488
Ensembl chr 5:38,506,616...38,660,486
JBrowse link
G Slc4a4 solute carrier family 4 (anion exchanger), member 4 IAGP MGI PMID:21228764 NCBI chr 5:88,941,717...89,387,515
Ensembl chr 5:89,034,345...89,387,512
JBrowse link
G Slc4a9 solute carrier family 4, sodium bicarbonate cotransporter, member 9 IAGP MGI PMID:23610411 NCBI chr18:36,661,117...36,689,325
Ensembl chr18:36,661,200...36,689,326
JBrowse link
G Slc5a10 solute carrier family 5 (sodium/glucose cotransporter), member 10 IAGP MGI PMID:23451068 NCBI chr11:61,563,608...61,611,641
Ensembl chr11:61,563,607...61,611,652
JBrowse link
G Slc6a18 solute carrier family 6 (neurotransmitter transporter), member 18 IAGP MGI PMID:15121838 NCBI chr13:73,809,869...73,826,142
Ensembl chr13:73,809,871...73,826,142
JBrowse link
G Slc9a3 solute carrier family 9 (sodium/hydrogen exchanger), member 3 IAGP MGI PMID:9662405 NCBI chr13:74,234,374...74,317,561
Ensembl chr13:74,269,576...74,317,561
JBrowse link
G Whamm WAS protein homolog associated with actin, golgi membranes and microtubules IAGP MGI PMID:38598293 NCBI chr 7:81,220,403...81,246,585
Ensembl chr 7:81,221,014...81,246,584
JBrowse link
abnormal renal calcium reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cav1 caveolin 1, caveolae protein IAGP MGI PMID:12651616 NCBI chr 6:17,306,387...17,341,323
Ensembl chr 6:17,306,334...17,341,451
JBrowse link
G Cldn10 claudin 10 IAGP MGI PMID:22891322 NCBI chr14:119,025,283...119,111,937
Ensembl chr14:119,025,320...119,112,901
JBrowse link
G Cldn16 claudin 16 IAGP MGI PMID:20147368 NCBI chr16:26,281,885...26,301,515
Ensembl chr16:26,281,885...26,301,515
JBrowse link
G Cldn4 claudin 4 IAGP MGI PMID:23284964 NCBI chr 5:134,973,977...134,975,788
Ensembl chr 5:134,973,973...134,975,788
JBrowse link
G Trpv5 transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily V, member 5 IAGP MGI PMID:14679186 NCBI chr 6:41,628,595...41,658,158
Ensembl chr 6:41,629,107...41,657,703
JBrowse link
abnormal renal glucose reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Hnf1a HNF1 homeobox A IAGP MGI PMID:8598044 NCBI chr 5:115,087,039...115,109,121
Ensembl chr 5:115,087,039...115,109,153
JBrowse link
G Phex phosphate regulating endopeptidase homolog, X-linked IAGP MGI PMID:3460077 NCBI chr  X:155,945,071...156,198,282
Ensembl chr  X:155,945,071...156,198,308
JBrowse link
G Slc5a1 solute carrier family 5 (sodium/glucose cotransporter), member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:22124465 NCBI chr 5:33,261,563...33,320,043
Ensembl chr 5:33,261,563...33,320,214
JBrowse link
G Slc5a2 solute carrier family 5 (sodium/glucose cotransporter), member 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20616166 NCBI chr 7:127,864,855...127,871,602
Ensembl chr 7:127,864,829...127,871,602
JBrowse link
abnormal renal phosphate reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Fgf23 fibroblast growth factor 23 IAGP MGI PMID:14966565 NCBI chr 6:127,049,865...127,059,257
Ensembl chr 6:127,049,865...127,058,371
JBrowse link
G Kcnk1 potassium channel, subfamily K, member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:16025300 NCBI chr 8:126,718,692...126,757,424
Ensembl chr 8:126,721,909...126,757,424
JBrowse link
G Phex phosphate regulating endopeptidase homolog, X-linked IAGP MGI PMID:18172553 NCBI chr  X:155,945,071...156,198,282
Ensembl chr  X:155,945,071...156,198,308
JBrowse link
G Slc34a1 solute carrier family 34 (sodium phosphate), member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:19570882 NCBI chr13:55,547,435...55,562,508
Ensembl chr13:55,546,000...55,563,405
JBrowse link
G Slc34a3 solute carrier family 34 (sodium phosphate), member 3 IAGP MGI PMID:19570882 NCBI chr 2:25,118,909...25,124,282
Ensembl chr 2:25,118,910...25,124,376
JBrowse link
abnormal renal protein reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Clcn3 chloride channel, voltage-sensitive 3 IAGP MGI PMID:20351103 NCBI chr 8:61,363,423...61,436,351
Ensembl chr 8:61,363,423...61,436,334
JBrowse link
G Clcn4 chloride channel, voltage-sensitive 4 IAGP MGI PMID:20351103 NCBI chr 7:7,285,308...7,303,837
Ensembl chr 7:7,285,308...7,303,850
JBrowse link
G Clcn5 chloride channel, voltage-sensitive 5 IAGP MGI PMID:11115837 PMID:12815097 PMID:20351103 NCBI chr  X:7,020,049...7,185,597
Ensembl chr  X:7,020,049...7,185,597
JBrowse link
G Ebi3 Epstein-Barr virus induced gene 3 IAGP MGI PMID:18779924 NCBI chr17:56,259,623...56,264,022
Ensembl chr17:56,259,640...56,264,022
JBrowse link
G Fas Fas cell surface death receptor IAGP MGI PMID:18779924 NCBI chr19:34,267,926...34,305,175
Ensembl chr19:34,268,066...34,305,172
JBrowse link
G Kcnma1 potassium large conductance calcium-activated channel, subfamily M, alpha member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:33346797 NCBI chr14:23,342,356...24,055,173
Ensembl chr14:23,339,499...24,064,559
JBrowse link
G Lrrc55 leucine rich repeat containing 55 IAGP MGI PMID:33346797 NCBI chr 2:85,018,411...85,029,110
Ensembl chr 2:84,992,678...85,027,541
JBrowse link
G Slc15a2 solute carrier family 15 (H+/peptide transporter), member 2 IAGP MGI PMID:12697824 NCBI chr16:36,570,523...36,605,506
Ensembl chr16:36,570,539...36,605,324
JBrowse link
abnormal renal sodium reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cldn2 claudin 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20385797 PMID:27214555 NCBI chr  X:138,701,552...138,712,135
Ensembl chr  X:138,701,577...138,712,135
JBrowse link
G Cldn4 claudin 4 IAGP MGI PMID:25157135 NCBI chr 5:134,973,977...134,975,788
Ensembl chr 5:134,973,973...134,975,788
JBrowse link
G Cyp4a10 cytochrome P450, family 4, subfamily a, polypeptide 10 IAGP MGI PMID:16691295 NCBI chr 4:115,375,484...115,390,846
Ensembl chr 4:115,375,461...115,390,846
JBrowse link
G Nppa natriuretic peptide type A IAGP MGI PMID:9458926 NCBI chr 4:148,085,179...148,086,531
Ensembl chr 4:148,085,179...148,086,536
JBrowse link
G Nr3c2 nuclear receptor subfamily 3, group C, member 2 IAGP MGI PMID:9689096 NCBI chr 8:77,626,422...77,971,641
Ensembl chr 8:77,626,070...77,971,641
JBrowse link
G Scnn1a sodium channel, nonvoltage-gated 1 alpha IAGP MGI PMID:9326675 NCBI chr 6:125,286,657...125,321,906
Ensembl chr 6:125,297,622...125,321,906
JBrowse link
abnormal renal water reabsorption term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Adcy6 adenylate cyclase 6 IAGP MGI PMID:20466003 NCBI chr15:98,484,982...98,508,119
Ensembl chr15:98,487,854...98,507,957
JBrowse link
G Agtr1a angiotensin II receptor, type 1a IAGP MGI PMID:21459331 NCBI chr13:30,520,339...30,566,850
Ensembl chr13:30,520,424...30,566,850
JBrowse link
G Akr1b1 aldo-keto reductase family 1 member B IAGP MGI PMID:10913167 NCBI chr 6:34,280,865...34,294,424
Ensembl chr 6:34,279,369...34,294,413
JBrowse link
G Cldn2 claudin 2 IAGP MGI PMID:20385797 NCBI chr  X:138,701,552...138,712,135
Ensembl chr  X:138,701,577...138,712,135
JBrowse link
G Hprt1 hypoxanthine phosphoribosyltransferase 1 IAGP MGI PMID:21459331 NCBI chr  X:52,076,955...52,110,537
Ensembl chr  X:52,077,014...52,110,536
JBrowse link
G Nos1 nitric oxide synthase 1, neuronal IAGP MGI PMID:10966931 NCBI chr 5:118,004,904...118,096,905
Ensembl chr 5:117,919,097...118,096,905
JBrowse link
G Slc12a1 solute carrier family 12, member 1 IAGP MGI PMID:17215439 NCBI chr 2:124,994,430...125,071,922
Ensembl chr 2:124,994,425...125,071,922
JBrowse link
G Slc9a3 solute carrier family 9 (sodium/hydrogen exchanger), member 3 IAGP MGI PMID:9662405 NCBI chr13:74,234,374...74,317,561
Ensembl chr13:74,269,576...74,317,561
JBrowse link

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  mammalian phenotype 16931
    renal/urinary system phenotype 2118
      abnormal renal/urinary system physiology 931
        abnormal kidney physiology 541
          abnormal renal reabsorption 48
            abnormal renal calcium reabsorption 5
            abnormal renal glucose reabsorption 4
            abnormal renal phosphate reabsorption 5
            abnormal renal protein reabsorption + 8
            abnormal renal sodium reabsorption 6
            abnormal renal water reabsorption 8
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