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by F.J. Alvarez-Leefmans,John M. Russell

Chloride Channels and Carriers in Nerve, Muscle, and Glial Cells download ebook
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0306434261
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978-0306434266
Author:
F.J. Alvarez-Leefmans,John M. Russell
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Springer; 1990 edition (May 31, 1990)
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426 pages
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This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells. Methods for Measuring Chloride Transport across Nerve, Muscle, and Glial Cells.

This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells. Not so very many years ago, a pamphlet rather than book might have resulted from such an endeavor! One might ask why Cl-, the most abundant biological anion, attracted so little attention from investigators. eBook 118,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). The main reason was that the prevailing paradigm for cellular ion homeostasis in the 1950s and 1960s assigned Cl- a ther- modynamically passive and unspecialized role. This view was particularly prominent among muscle and neuroscience investigators.

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Includes bibliographical references and index. Grew from a workshop held under the auspices of the Second World Congress of Neuroscience (IBRO) in Budapest in August 1987"-Pref. The main reason was that the prevailing paradigm for cellular ion This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells.

Measuring intracellular chloride activity (a Cl i ) and studying the mechanisms involved in regulation of intracellular Cl− is particularly important in excitable cells for four main reasons: (1) a Cl i is a quantity needed to determine E Cl, the Cl− equilibrium potential. 2) Several transport mechanisms responsible for intracellular pH regulation are tightly coupled to Cl−. (3) Cl− is also involved i. ONTINUE READING.

Описание: This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells.

Chloride Channels and Carriers in Nerve, Muscle, and Glial Cells. This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells. Francisco Javier Alvarez-Leefmans. Not so very many years ago, a pamphlet rather than book might have resulted from such an endeavor! One might ask why Cl-, the most abundant biological anion, attracted so little attention from investigators View. Intracellular chloride homeostasis in vertebrate nerve cells. Not so very many years ago, a pamphlet rather than book might have resulted from such an endeavor One might ask why Cl-, the most abundant biological anion, attracted so little attention from investigators.

This is a book about how Cl- crosses the cell membranes of nerve, muscle, and glial cells. Not so very many years ago, a pamphlet rather than book might have resulted from such an endeavor! One might ask why Cl-, the most abundant biological anion, attracted so little attention from investigators. The main reason was that the prevailing paradigm for cellular ion homeostasis in the 1950s and 1960s assigned Cl- a ther­ modynamically passive and unspecialized role. This view was particularly prominent among muscle and neuroscience investigators. In searching for reasons for such a negative (no pun intended) viewpoint, it seems to us that it stemmed from two key experimental observations. First, work on frog skeletal muscle showed that Cl- was passively distributed between the cytoplasm and the extracellular fluid. Second, work on Cl- transport in red blood cells confirmed that the Cl- transmembrane distribution was thermodynamically passive and, in addition, showed that Cl- crossed the mem­ brane extremely rapidly. This latter finding [for a long time interpreted as being the result of a high passive chloride electrical permeability(? CI)] made it quite likely that Cl- would remain at thermodynamic equilibrium. These two observations were gener­ alized and virtually all cells were thought to have a very high P Cl and a ther­ modynamically passive Cl- transmembrane distribution. These concepts can still be found in some physiology and neuroscience textbooks.