Furosemide-sensitive K+ (Rb+) transport in human erythrocytes: Modes of operation, dependence on extracellular and intracellular Na+, kinetics, pH dependency and the effect of cell volume and N-ethylmaleimide

@article{Duhm1987FurosemidesensitiveK,
  title={Furosemide-sensitive K+ (Rb+) transport in human erythrocytes: Modes of operation, dependence on extracellular and intracellular Na+, kinetics, pH dependency and the effect of cell volume and N-ethylmaleimide},
  author={Jochen Duhm},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1987},
  volume={98},
  pages={15-32}
}
The effect of extracellular and intracellular Na+ (Na o + , Na i + ) on ouabain-resistant, furosemide-sensitive (FS) Rb+ transport was studied in human erythrocytes under varying experimental conditions. The results obtained are consistent with the view that a (1 Na++1 K++2 Cl−) cotransport system operates in two different modes: modei) promoting bidirectional 1∶1 (Na+−K+) cotransport, and modeii) a Na o + -independent 1∶1 K o + /K i + exchange requiring Na i + which, however, is not extruded… CONTINUE READING

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