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Cellular Mechanisms of Renal Tubular Ion Transport by Felix Bronner and Arnost Kleinzeller (Eds.)

By Felix Bronner and Arnost Kleinzeller (Eds.)

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2 pH units, presumably due to an influx of Hf ions and/or an efflux of HC03- or OH- ions. These ion fluxes could be occurring via passive “leakage” through the membrane, or possibly by way of the pH-regulating carrier operating backward. If the latter, it should be accompanied by an influx of C1- ions and be inhibited by the removal of external CI. In the experiment shown R. C. 3. Pen recording of the membrane potential (Em),internal pH @Hi),and internal Na' ion concentrations ("a'],) of a snail neuron.

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