Mg 2-Malate Co-Transport , a Mechanism for Na-Independent Mg 2 Transport in Neurons of the Leech Hirudo medicinalis

@inproceedings{Gnzel2005Mg2C,
  title={Mg 2-Malate Co-Transport , a Mechanism for Na-Independent Mg 2 Transport in Neurons of the Leech Hirudo medicinalis},
  author={Dorothee G{\"u}nzel and Karin Hintz and Simone Durry and Wolf-R{\"u}diger Schlue},
  year={2005}
}
Günzel, Dorothee, Karin Hintz, Simone Durry, and Wolf-Rüdiger Schlue. Mg -malate co-transport, a mechanism for Na -independent Mg transport in neurons of the leech Hirudo medicinalis. J Neurophysiol 94: 441–453, 2005. First published March 23, 2005; doi:10.1152/jn.01221.2004. Mg -extrusion from Mg -loaded neurons of the leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is mediated mainly by Na / Mg antiport. However, in a number of leech neurons, Mg is extruded in the nominal absence of extracellular Na , indicating… CONTINUE READING

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