Dependence of cell membrane conductances on bathing solution HCO3−/CO2 inNecturus gallbladder

@article{Stoddard1988DependenceOC,
  title={Dependence of cell membrane conductances on bathing solution HCO3−/CO2 inNecturus gallbladder},
  author={James Stewart Stoddard and L. A. Reuss},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1988},
  volume={102},
  pages={163-174}
}
SummaryThe effects of bathing solution HCO3−/CO2 concentrations on baseline cell membrane voltages and resistances were measured inNecturus gallbladder epithelium with conventional intracellular microelectrode techniques. Gallbladders were bathed in either low HCO3−/CO2 Ringer's solutions (2.4mm HCO3−/air or 1mm HEPES/air) or a high HCO3−/CO2 Ringer's (10mm HCO3−/1% CO2). The principal finding of these studies was that the apical membrane fractional resistance (fRa) was higher in tissues bathed… CONTINUE READING
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