Results for: Aldosterone

What does aldosterone do?

  Aldosterone is a hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands. It works primarily on kidney (renal) cells to help maintain the balance of fluids and electrolytes in ou (MORE)

Function of Aldosterone?

Aldosterone is the primary of several endogenous members of the class of mineralocorticoids in human. Deoxycorticosterone is another important member of this class. Aldostero (MORE)

What is the target of aldosterone?

the main target is the distal tubule of the kidney =) because it (undirectly) aids in water reabsorption, it would only make sense to target the kidney aldosterones main p (MORE)

What is aldosterone hormone?

Aldosterone is a hormone that increases blood pressure. It helps secretes potassium into the kidney's which increases the blood volume and therefore increasing blood pressure. (MORE)