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Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum.

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Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum. / Tufts, B L; Nikinmaa, M; Steffensen, J F; Randall, D J.

I: Journal of Experimental Biology, Bind 133, 1987, s. 329-38.

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Tufts, BL, Nikinmaa, M, Steffensen, JF & Randall, DJ 1987, 'Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum.', Journal of Experimental Biology, bind 133, s. 329-38.

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Tufts, B. L., Nikinmaa, M., Steffensen, J. F., & Randall, D. J. (1987). Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum. Journal of Experimental Biology, 133, 329-38.

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Tufts BL, Nikinmaa M, Steffensen JF, Randall DJ. Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum. Journal of Experimental Biology. 1987;133:329-38.

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Tufts, B L ; Nikinmaa, M ; Steffensen, J F ; Randall, D J. / Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum. I: Journal of Experimental Biology. 1987 ; Bind 133. s. 329-38.

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title = "Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum.",
abstract = "The effects of different pharmacological agents and incubation media on the intracellular pH and water content of Amphiuma erythrocytes were investigated in vitro. Adrenaline had no significant effect on the intracellular pH or cell water content. DIDS caused an intracellular alkalinization that could be abolished by amiloride, ouabain or removal of sodium from the incubation medium. In addition, amiloride and DIDS both caused a decrease in cell water content. The data indicate that sodium/proton and chloride/bicarbonate exchangers are present on the membrane of Amphiuma erythrocytes and these exchangers are active under steady-state conditions.",
author = "Tufts, {B L} and M Nikinmaa and Steffensen, {J F} and Randall, {D J}",
note = "Keywords: 4,4'-Diisothiocyanostilbene-2,2'-Disulfonic Acid; 4-Acetamido-4'-isothiocyanatostilbene-2,2'-disulfonic Acid; Amiloride; Animals; Epinephrine; Erythrocyte Membrane; Erythrocyte Volume; Hydrogen-Ion Concentration; Ions; Urodela",
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language = "English",
volume = "133",
pages = "329--38",
journal = "Journal of Experimental Biology",
issn = "0022-0949",
publisher = "The/Company of Biologists Ltd.",

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RIS

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T1 - Ion exchange mechanisms on the erythrocyte membrane of the aquatic salamander, Amphiuma tridactylum.

AU - Tufts, B L

AU - Nikinmaa, M

AU - Steffensen, J F

AU - Randall, D J

N1 - Keywords: 4,4'-Diisothiocyanostilbene-2,2'-Disulfonic Acid; 4-Acetamido-4'-isothiocyanatostilbene-2,2'-disulfonic Acid; Amiloride; Animals; Epinephrine; Erythrocyte Membrane; Erythrocyte Volume; Hydrogen-Ion Concentration; Ions; Urodela

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N2 - The effects of different pharmacological agents and incubation media on the intracellular pH and water content of Amphiuma erythrocytes were investigated in vitro. Adrenaline had no significant effect on the intracellular pH or cell water content. DIDS caused an intracellular alkalinization that could be abolished by amiloride, ouabain or removal of sodium from the incubation medium. In addition, amiloride and DIDS both caused a decrease in cell water content. The data indicate that sodium/proton and chloride/bicarbonate exchangers are present on the membrane of Amphiuma erythrocytes and these exchangers are active under steady-state conditions.

AB - The effects of different pharmacological agents and incubation media on the intracellular pH and water content of Amphiuma erythrocytes were investigated in vitro. Adrenaline had no significant effect on the intracellular pH or cell water content. DIDS caused an intracellular alkalinization that could be abolished by amiloride, ouabain or removal of sodium from the incubation medium. In addition, amiloride and DIDS both caused a decrease in cell water content. The data indicate that sodium/proton and chloride/bicarbonate exchangers are present on the membrane of Amphiuma erythrocytes and these exchangers are active under steady-state conditions.

M3 - Journal article

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VL - 133

SP - 329

EP - 338

JO - Journal of Experimental Biology

JF - Journal of Experimental Biology

SN - 0022-0949

ER -

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