An electronic mechanism in the actions of drugs and other cardinal adsorbents. I. Effects of ouabain on the relative affinities of the cell surface beta- and gamma-carboxyl groups for K+, Na+, glycine and other ions.

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The effects of ouabain on the effectiveness of glycine, Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, and Cs+ in the external medium in reducing the rate of entry of labeled Cs+ into frog sartorius muscles were studied. The results showed that in the absence of ouabain the effectiveness of glycine and alkali-metal ions in inhibiting labeled Cs+ entry follows the rank order: K… (More)

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