Electrogenic properties of the sodium-alanine cotransporter in pancreatic acinar cells: II. Comparison with transport models

@article{Jauch1986ElectrogenicPO,
  title={Electrogenic properties of the sodium-alanine cotransporter in pancreatic acinar cells: II. Comparison with transport models},
  author={P. Jauch and P. L{\"a}uger},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1986},
  volume={94},
  pages={117-127}
}
In this paper, the results of the preceding electrophysiological study of sodium-alanine cotransport in pancreatic acinar cells are compared with kinetic models. Two different types of transport mechanisms are considered. In the “simultaneous” mechanism the cotransporterC forms a ternary complexNCS with Na+ and the substrateS; coupled transport of Na+ andS involves a conformational transition between statesNC′S andNC″S with inward- and outward-facing binding sites. In the “consecutive” (or… CONTINUE READING
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