A mathematical model of amphibian skin epithelium with two types of transporting cellular units

@article{Larsen1985AMM,
  title={A mathematical model of amphibian skin epithelium with two types of transporting cellular units},
  author={Erik Hviid Larsen and Bj\orn E. Rasmussen},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={1985},
  volume={405},
  pages={S50-S58}
}
A computer model of ion transport across amphibian skin epithelium containing two types of cellular units, their relative number and sizes, and a paracellular pathway has been developed. The two cellular units are, (1) a large Na+ transporting compartment representing the major epithelium from stratum granulosum to str. germinativum, and (2) a small, Cl− transporting compartment representing the mitochondria rich cell. The cellular units both contain dissipative and active pathways according to… CONTINUE READING

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