Cell Potassium, Volume 1
An up-to-date review of our current knowledge of the movement and distribution of potassium ions and their role in various cell and tissue functions. Examines the latest advances in the study of sodium and potassium transport in muscle, nerve, liver, and plant cells, yeast and bacteria, and in epithelial tissues including kidney tubule, bladder, gut, cochlea, salivary and sweat glands. Includes new developments in our understanding of mitochondria, epithelial transport, and potassium in acid-base balance.
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Assimilation from the Environment
The Measurement of Cellular Potassium
Potassium Equilibrium and the Resting Cell
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