Effect of haemagglutinating virus of Japan on the potassium compartmentation and the membrane potential of human erythrocytes.

Abstract

HVJ induces release of potassium and changes in membrane potential of certain types of cells. These changes are quite dependent on incubation temperature and are inhibited by the addition of con A to cell suspensions prior to the addition of viruses.

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@article{Utsumi1977EffectOH, title={Effect of haemagglutinating virus of Japan on the potassium compartmentation and the membrane potential of human erythrocytes.}, author={Ken Utsumi and Masayuki Miyahara and Masatomo Mori and Mariko Fujimoto Naito and Masashi Inoue}, journal={Physiological chemistry and physics}, year={1977}, volume={9 6}, pages={533-8} }