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Evidence for two separate anion exchange pathways for chloride transport in rabbit renal microvillus membrane vesicles mmv






Kidney International 31(1): 438

Evidence for two separate anion exchange pathways for chloride transport in rabbit renal microvillus membrane vesicles mmv



Accession: 028294903



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Karniski L.P.; Aronson P.S., 1987: Anion exchange pathways for chloride transport in rabbit renal microvillus membranes. We evaluated the mechanisms of chloride transport in microvillus membrane vesicles isolated from rabbit renal cortex. The presence of Cl-formate exchange was confirmed. Outward gradients of oxaloacetate, HCO3, acetate, lactate, succinate, sulfate,...

Shennan, D.B.; Davis, B.; Boyd, C.A., 1986: Chloride transport in human placental microvillus membrane vesicles. I. Evidence for anion exchange. 36Cl uptake by microvillus brush border membrane vesicles prepared from normal term human placenta has been studied using an ion exchange column assay and a novel method to correct for vesicle recovery. Uptake of this anion, which was largely into...

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