LK sheep reticulocytosis: effect of anti-L on K influx and in vitro maturation

@article{Kim1980LKSR,
  title={LK sheep reticulocytosis: effect of anti-L on K influx and in vitro maturation},
  author={H D Kim and B E Theg and Peter K. Lauf},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={76},
  pages={109 - 121}
}
After massive hemorrhage, adult sheep with genotypically low potassium (LK) red cells temporarily produce high potassium (HK) cells with ouabain-sensitive K+ pump fluxes equivalent to mature HK red cells. In light of recent reports of different red cell volume populations accompanying the HK-LK transition also occurring in newborn LK sheep and the unresolved controversy over the effect of anti-L on K+ transport in these immature red cells, we have reexamined the K+ transport changes and the… CONTINUE READING

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