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Chemical Bicarbonates

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1. Bicarbonates transepithelial transport PRL Bicarbonates deficiency inhibits the reaction [PRL protein results in increased transepithelial transport] 1: Sus scrofa Endometrium | Epithelial Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
2. Bicarbonates transepithelial transport Anions | PRL Bicarbonates deficiency inhibits the reaction [[PRL protein results in increased transepithelial transport] which results in increased transport of Anions] 1: Sus scrofa Endometrium | Epithelial Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
3. Bicarbonates transepithelial chloride transport Chlorides | tin protoporphyrin IX [Chlorides deficiency co-treated with Bicarbonates deficiency] inhibits the reaction [tin protoporphyrin IX results in increased transepithelial chloride transport] 1: Homo sapiens Caco-2 Cells 1 gene: CFTR 1
4. Sodium Bicarbonate regulation of heart rate Sodium Bicarbonate results in increased regulation of heart rate 1: Homo sapiens Cardiovascular System   1
5. Sodium Bicarbonate vasodilation Halothane [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Halothane] results in increased vasodilation 1: Homo sapiens Cardiovascular System   1
6. Sodium Bicarbonate positive regulation of sperm capacitation Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased positive regulation of sperm capacitation 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
7. Sodium Bicarbonate positive regulation of flagellated sperm motility involved in capacitation Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased positive regulation of flagellated sperm motility involved in capacitation 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
8. Sodium Bicarbonate positive regulation of ATP biosynthetic process Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased positive regulation of ATP biosynthetic process 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
9. Sodium Bicarbonate positive regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased positive regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
10. Sodium Bicarbonate peptidyl-tyrosine phosphorylation Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased peptidyl-tyrosine phosphorylation 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
11. Sodium Bicarbonate cAMP biosynthetic process Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased cAMP biosynthetic process 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
12. Sodium Bicarbonate activation of protein kinase A activity Calcium Chloride [Sodium Bicarbonate co-treated with Calcium Chloride] results in increased activation of protein kinase A activity 1: Sus scrofa Spermatozoa   1
13. Sodium Bicarbonate ATPase activity Sodium Chloride [Sodium Chloride co-treated with Sodium Bicarbonate] results in increased ATPase activity 1: Cyprinus carpio Brain | Cell Membrane
2 genes: ABCC2 | ABCG2
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14. Sodium Bicarbonate ATPase activity Phenol | Sodium Chloride Phenol affects the reaction [[Sodium Chloride co-treated with Sodium Bicarbonate] results in increased ATPase activity] 1: Cyprinus carpio Brain | Cell Membrane
2 genes: ABCC2 | ABCG2
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15. Sodium Bicarbonate ATPase activity Sodium Bicarbonate results in increased ATPase activity 1: Cyprinus carpio Brain | Cell Membrane
2 genes: ABCC2 | ABCG2
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16. Sodium Bicarbonate pH reduction Sodium Bicarbonate deficiency results in increased pH reduction 1: Rattus norvegicus Heart   1
17. Sodium Bicarbonate negative regulation of heart rate pH reduction [Sodium Bicarbonate deficiency results in increased pH reduction] which results in increased negative regulation of heart rate 1: Rattus norvegicus Heart   1
18. Sodium Bicarbonate pH reduction negative regulation of heart rate [Sodium Bicarbonate deficiency results in increased pH reduction] which results in increased negative regulation of heart rate 1: Rattus norvegicus Heart   1
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