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Asymmetry of the hexose transfer system in human erythrocytes. Comparison of the effects of cytochalasin B, phloretin and maltose as competitive inhibitors.
TLDR
Kinetic evidence suggests that Cytochalasin B reacts with the inside of the hexose transfer system and that the anomalous inhibitory characteristics are due to the chemical asymmetry of the system.
The relationship between mammalian foetal weight and conception age
The asymmetry of the facilitated transfer system for hexoses in human red cells and the simple kinetics of a two component model
TLDR
Ethylidene glucose (ethylidenes glucose) has been used to study the competitive inhibition of glucose exchange fluxes when the reagent was inside the cells and on the outside.
Asymmetry of the hexose transfer system in human erythrocytes. Experiments with non‐transportable inhibitors.
TLDR
Experiments with ethylidene glucose suggest that conformational changes redistributing components of the hexose transfer system between inward and outward facing modes may occur and the actual asymmetry of affinities may be greater than observed.
Gestational variations in the composition of the foetal fluids and foetal urine in the sheep
Early investigations into the composition of the foetal fluids have been reviewed by Needham (1931). More recently other workers, notably Malan, Malan & Curson (1937), Cloete (1939) and McDougall
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