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The magnitude of nonelectrolyte selectivity in the gallbladder epithelium

, : The magnitude of nonelectrolyte selectivity in the gallbladder epithelium. Journal of Membrane Biology 5(4): 297-318

The permeability of the rabbit gallbladder epithelium to nonelectrolytes was determinted by radioactive tracer techniques and by a rapid osmotic procedure.

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Accession: 006712885

PMID: 24173161

DOI: 10.1007/BF01957348

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