CO2/H(+) sensing: peripheral and central chemoreception.

@article{Lahiri2003CO2HSP,
  title={CO2/H(+) sensing: peripheral and central chemoreception.},
  author={Sukhamay Lahiri and Robert E. Forster},
  journal={The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={35 10},
  pages={1413-35}
}
H(+) is maintained constant in the internal environment at a given body temperature independent of external environment according to Bernard's principle of "milieu interieur". But CO2 relates to ventilation and H(+) to kidney. Hence, the title of the chapter. In order to do this, sensors for H(+) in the internal environment are needed. The sensor-receptor is CO2/H(+) sensing. The sensor-receptor is coupled to integrate and to maintain the body's chemical environment at equilibrium. This chapter… CONTINUE READING

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