mineralocorticoids

(min;er-al-o-kor;tu1-koidz) Steroid hormones of the adrenal cortex (corticosteroids) that regulate electrolyte balance.
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mineralocorticoids

A group of hormones (the most important being aldosterone) that regulate the balance of water and electrolytes (ions such as sodium and potassium) in the body. The mineralocorticoid hormones act on the kidney (and specifically on the tubules of the kidney). ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Mineralocorticoids

A group of steroid hormones produced by the adrenal cortex that are important in maintaining electro
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mineralocorticoids

A group of steroid hormones produced by the adrenal cortex that are important in maintaining electrolyte balance.
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mineralocorticoids

Corticosteroids whose primary function is regulation of water and electrolyte balance; they act by retaining sodium and excreting potassium within the kidney tubules.
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Mineralocorticoids

Mineralocorticoids: A group of hormones (the most important being aldosterone) that regulate the balance of water and electrolytes (ions such as sodium and potassium) in the body. The mineralocorticoid hormones act on the kidney (and specifically on the tubules of the kidney).
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