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Na-linked Transport of Organic Solutes : the Coupling between Electrolyte and Nonelectrolyte Transport in Cells

Author: Erich Heinz
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1972.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Erich Heinz
ISBN: 9783642654046 3642654045 9783540058496 3540058494
OCLC Number: 858929439
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Opening Remarks --
Ion Gradient Hypotheses and the Energy Requirement for Active Transport of Amino Acids --
Models of Coupling and their Kinetic Characteristics --
Lipid-Protein Interaction in Presence of Alkali-Cations --
Neutral Amino Acids and the Ion Gradient Hypothesis --
Electrolyte Effects on the Transport of Cationic Amino Acids --
Transport of Amino Acids in Ehrlich Ascites Cells and Mouse Pancreas --
An Examination of the Energetic Adequacy of the Ion Gradient Hypothesis for Nonelectrolyte Transport --
Some Observations on the Nonhomogeneous Distribution inside the Ehrlich Cell --
The Influence of H+, Na+ and K+ on the Influx of Glutamate in Ehrlich Ascites-Tumor Cells --
Evidence for a Sodium-Independent Transport System for Glucose Derived from Disaccharides --
The Na-Independent Transport of Sugar in Renal Tubular Cells --
Sodium-Dependent Accumulation of Sugars by Isolated Intestinal Cells. Evidence for a Mechanism not Dependent on the Na+ Gradient --
The Effect of Sodium on the Transtubular Transport of D-Glucose in Rat Kidney and on the D-Glucose Binding to Isolated Brush Border Membranes --
Views Dissenting with the “Gradient Hypothesis”. Intestinal Sugar Absorption, Studies in vivo and in vitro --
Two Modes of Sodium Extrusion from Dog Kidney Cortex Slices --
General Comment --
Sodium Activation of Intestinal Sugar and Amino Acid Transport: A General or an Individual Effect? --
Is there any Evidence for a Transport System for Glucose Derived from Sucrose in Rat Kidney? --
A Hypothesis on the Mechanism of Mutual Inhibition among Sodium-Dependent Transport Systems in the Small Intestine --
Does the Stoichiometry of Coupling Necessarily Reveal the Composition of the Ternary Complex? --
Specific Comment on the Paper Presented by Dr. H. N. Christensen --
A Sodium Dependent, Non-Carrier Mediated Transport of a Passive Diffusing Substance across the Intestinal Wall --
K+-Ions, Swelling, and Sugar Transport in Muscle --
Sodium-Dependent Uptake of Iron-Transferrin in Rabbit Reticulocytes --
Carrier-Mediated, Na+-Independent Translocation of Calcium across the Brush Border Membrane of Rat Duodenum in vitro.
Responsibility: edited by Erich Heinz.

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