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Physiology of non-excitable cells

Author: J Salánki; Emile L Boulpaep
Publisher: Elmsford, NY : Pergamon Press ; Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, [1981] ©1981
Series: Advances in physiological sciences, volume 3
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Physiology of Non-Excitable Cells.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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International Congress of Physiological Sciences.
Physiology of non-excitable cells.
Elmsford, NY : Pergamon Press, [1981]
xi, 325 pages ; 25 cm.
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Salánki; Emile L Boulpaep
ISBN: 9781483189949 1483189945
OCLC Number: 878134963
Notes: "Proceedings of the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Budapest, 1980."
Description: 1 online resource (339 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Front Cover; Physiology of Non-excitable Cells; Copyright Page; FOREWORD; Table of Contents; PREFACE; CHAPTER 1. OXIDATIVE METABOLISM OF PHAGOCYTOSING LEUKOCYTES; Historical Development; General Process of Phagocytosis; Non-particulate Substances which Induce Metabolic Changes; Oxidative Metabolism Induced by the Cytochalasins; Activation of the NADPH Oxidase; Possible Role of Cytosol Calcium; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. PHYSIOLOGY OF GLIAL CELLS; Suspected functions of astrocytes.; Neuroglia and sustained potential (SP) shifts.; Neuroglia and the passive movements of potassium ions in tissue. Are glial cells actively clearing K+ from interstitial fluid?Conclusions.; REFERENCES; Part I: MODELS OF ISO-OSMOTIC TRANSPORT; CHAPTER 3. MODELS OF FLOW AND PRESSURE MODULATED ISOOSMOTIC REABSORPTION IN MAMMALIAN PROXIMAL TUBULES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. CELL CONFIGURATION AS A FACTOR IN ISOOSMOTIC TRANSPORT IN THE NEPHRON; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5. SENSITIVITY AND INSTABILITY IN STANDING GRADIENT FLOW; 1. Introduction and formulation; 2. The effects of a slight change in the lumen solute concentration; 3. Possible instability of absorbing standing gradient flow; REFERENCES. CHAPTER 6. ULTRASTRUCTURE OF EPITHELIA AS RELATED TO MODELS OF ISO-OSMOTIC TRANSPORTINTRODUCTION; ULTRA STRUCTURE AND DIMENSIONS OF THE LATERAL INTERCELLULAR SPACE; THE PARAMEMBRANOUS ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (PER) --
A TRANSCELLULAR PATHWAY?; SUB-EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT BARRIERS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 7. QUASI-ISOTONIC FLOWS: APPROXIMATE SOLUTIONS BASED UPON THE QUASIISOTONIC CONVECTION APPROXIMATION; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. THE GOVERNING EQUATIONS; 3. SUMMARY; References; Part II: EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT; CHAPTER 8. EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT. INTRODUCTION; REFERENCES. ICHAPTER 9. ONIC TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF THE ISOLATED URINARY BLADDER OF THE TOADAcknowledgement; References; CHAPTER 10. COMPUTER MODEL OF TRANSPORTING EPITHELIAL CELLS. ANALYSIS OF CURRENT-VOLTAGE AND CURRENT-TIME CURVES; I.́ The non-linear current-voltage curve in toad skin; 2. Outline of the model; 3. I-V curves of the model epithelium with constant permeabilities; 4. I-t curves of accumulation/depletion processes; 5. I-t curves in toad skin epithelium; 6. Identification of two types of membrane processes by means of their temperature dependence; 7. Flux-ratio analysis; CONCLUSION. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSREFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. EFFECT OF ADH ON THE CAPACITANCE OF APICAL EPITHELIAL MEMBRANES; MATERIALS and METHODS; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12. DETERMINATION OF THE COUPLING RATIO OF THE Na-K PUMP RESPONSIBLE FOR TRANSEPITHELIAL Na TRANSPORT BY BLOCKADE OF K CHANNELS; MATERIALS AND METHODS; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; CONCLUSION.; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 13. EFFECTS OF HgCI2 ON THE APICAL MEMBRANE AND ION TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN TURTLE BLADDER; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 14. pH DEPENDENCE OF APICAL Na-TRANSPORT IN FROG SKIN; References.
Series Title: Advances in physiological sciences, volume 3
Other Titles: Non-excitable cells.
Responsibility: editor, J. Salánki ; co-editors, E.L. Boulpaep [and four others].

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Physiology of Non-Excitable Cells.

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