Looking for probes of gated channels: studies of the inhibition of glucose and choline transport in erythrocytes.

Abstract

Two seemingly contradictory sets of observations have been made in studies of biological transport, which are essential for our understanding of the transport mechanism: carriers are integral membrane proteins, which span the membrane and are not free to rotate across the membrane; carriers appear to function like a ferryboat, with a substrate binding site… (More)

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@article{Krupka1986LookingFP, title={Looking for probes of gated channels: studies of the inhibition of glucose and choline transport in erythrocytes.}, author={R. M. Krupka and Rosa Dev{\'e}s}, journal={Biochemistry and cell biology = Biochimie et biologie cellulaire}, year={1986}, volume={64 11}, pages={1099-107} }