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Unsweetening the Heart: Possible Pleiotropic Effects of SGLT2 Inhibitors on Cardio and Cerebrovascular Alterations in Resistant Hypertensive Subjects

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TO048SGLT2 INHIBITOR PROTECTED RENAL PROXIMAL TUBULAR CELLS FROM GLUCOSE-MEDIATED INJURIES THROUGH A MITOCHONDRIA-DEPENDENT MECHANISM

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FP408NOVEL MOLECULAR MECHANISMS IN THE RENOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF SGLT2 INHIBITORS VIA MITIGATION OF TUBULAR HYPOXIA AND PROTEIN O-GLCNACYLATION

 

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The family of glucose transport proteins that permit uptake of glucose into cells against a concentration gradient, linked to uptake of sodium ions. See also GLUT; transport, active.

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