Passive transport of K+ and Na+ in human red blood cells: sulfhydryl binding agents and furosemide.


Passive transport pathways for K+ and Na+ were studied in fresh human red blood cells (pretreated with ouabain) by measuring unidirectional influxes. The effects of the sulfhydryl binding agents N-ethylmaleimide (NEM) and p-chloromercuribenzene sulfonate (p-CMBS) and the loop diuretic furosemide were studied. Influxes were measured at equimolar K+ and Na… (More)


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