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Term:pressure natriuresis
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Definition:The process in which the volume of blood increases renal pressure and thereby results in both an increase in urine volume (diuresis) and an increase in the amount of sodium excreted in the urine (natriuresis).


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G CYP4F2 cytochrome P450, family 4, subfamily F, polypeptide 2 ISO (PMID:10660572) UniProtKB PMID:10660572 NCBI chr 2:61,745,069...61,759,971 JBrowse link

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  biological_process 16545
    biological regulation 12011
      regulation of biological quality 3986
        regulation of body fluid levels 368
          renal system process involved in regulation of blood volume 16
            pressure natriuresis 1
              positive regulation of renal sodium excretion by pressure natriuresis 0
              positive regulation of urine volume by pressure natriuresis 0
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  biological_process 16545
    multicellular organismal process 8037
      system process 2929
        circulatory system process 538
          blood circulation 511
            regulation of blood pressure 202
              regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure 111
                renal system process involved in regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure 27
                  renal system process involved in regulation of blood volume 16
                    pressure natriuresis 1
                      positive regulation of renal sodium excretion by pressure natriuresis 0
                      positive regulation of urine volume by pressure natriuresis 0
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