Am I writing about actual science? Yes, apparently so. Thing is, the American Physiological Society has graciously decided that all corresponding authors of reviews and editorials would get 50 free reprints (useless), or a toll-free link (useful). However, in order to use said link you have to provide a specific URL of origin, wherein lies the problem. I don't trust the university to maintain my homepage anymore seeing as they just closed it down in favour of their new database-based system that I cannot do stuff with. So, this is the post where I will place the link.
The article was an invited review connected to an abstract sent to Experimental Biology 2014 in San Diego. It is basically a walk-through of how nervous and hormonal signalling affects kidney function in heart failure and thus contribute to the development of edema, and the worsening of both heart failure and kidney function in a vicious circle.
The title is: Renal neurohormonal regulation in heart failure decompensation, and it was written together with my present students Sofia, Mediha, and Jacqueline who are still in the lab, and Fredrik who have since moved on to his clinical internship.
For the time being you will have to make do with a (non-toll free) link to the article: LINK
Edit: Here is the toll-free link: Renal neurohormonal regulation in heart failure decompensation. By Sofia Jönsson (PhD-student), Mediha Becirovic Agic (PhD-student), Fredrik Narfström (MD-student), Jacqueline Melville (postdoc), and me.