Effects of Fluoride on Potassium and Sodium Permeability of the Erythrocyte Membrane

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One of the most important features of cell membranes is their capacity to discriminate between ions of different sign or different chemical nature. In the erythrocyte membrane, coulombic forces seem to govern the discrimination between anions and cations. There is reason to believe that, without impeding the movements of anions, positive fixed charges… (More)

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