Walter Hirschmann

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Skins fromRana temporaria, investigated with microelectrode techniques in the absence of Na uptake across the outer border (Na-free epithelial solution or amiloride), were found to be permeable to K+ at the apical membrane in 10–20% of the experiments. Full development of the K+-permeable state requires the absence of Na+ uptake for certain periods of time,(More)
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