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The effect of reducing extracellular pH on the membrane currents of the Ranvier node
ZusammenfassungDie Wirkung der extracellulären pH-Erniedrigung (im Bereich von pH 7,3 bis pH 4,0 bei 15°C) auf die Membranströme durch den Ranvierschen Schnürring von Rana esculenta wird unterExpand
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Properties of the sarcoplasmic ATPase reconstituted by oleate and lysolecithin after lipid depletion.
1 The ATPase activity of the sarcoplasmic membranes and the phosphoryl transfer reaction from ATP to the membranes depend on the composition of their lipid phase. 2 Lipid depletion leads to aExpand
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Stimulatory and inhibitory effects of dimethyl sulfoxide and ethylene glycol on ATPase activity and calcium transport of sarcoplasmic membranes.
1. The effect of dimethyl sulfoxide (Me2SO) and ethylene glycol on two different preparations of the sarcoplasmic reticulum, i.e. native membranes and membranes whose phospholipids were hydrolyzed byExpand
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The modification of the reconstituted sarcoplasmic ATPase by monovalent cations.
1 The effects of monovalent cations on the calcium-dependent ATPase activity of lipid-depleted and reconstituted sarcoplasmic membranes have been investigated. 2 The calcium-dependent ATPaseExpand
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MECHANISM OF CALCIUM TRANSPORT IN SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM fn1
In striated muscle the sarcoplasmic membranes form a complicated network of tubules and cisternae around the myofibrils, covering a surface of approximately 3000-10,000 cm' per cma of muscle.'Expand
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Unsaturated fatty acids as reactivators of the calcium-dependent ATPase of delipidated sarcoplasmic membranes.
1 The reconstituting effect of unsaturated fatty acids whose chain length varied between C6–C24 on delipidated sarcoplasmic membranes has been analyzed. 2 The reconstituted sarcoplasmic ATPaseExpand
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Synthetic monoacylphospholipids as reactivators of the calcium-dependent ATPase of enzymatically delipidated sarcoplasmic membranes.
1. The reactivating effect of synthetic analogues of natural lysophosphatidylcholines, acyldeoxyglycerophosphocholines, with acyl chain lengths between C10-C18 on enzymatically delipidatedExpand
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The Effect of Ethylene Glycol and DMSO on Fusion of Isolated Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Membranes
Abstract Membrane Fusion, Sarcoplasmic Reticulum, Ethylene Glycol, Dimethylsulfoxide Fragmented sarcoplasmic reticulum (FSR) vesicles from rabbit skeletal muscle were suspended in 5 - 10% ethyleneExpand
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Mechanism of calcium transport in sarcoplasmic reticulum.
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