Relative Contributions of the Slippage and Tunneling Mechanisms to Anion Net Efflux from Human Erythrocytes

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  title={Relative Contributions of the Slippage and Tunneling Mechanisms to Anion Net Efflux from Human Erythrocytes},
  author={O Frohlich}
}
AB ST R A C T The rates of anion net efflux from gramicidin-treated erythro-cytes in the presence of a K gradient were measured at 25°C, pH 7.8, as rates of loss of Ki. The experiments served to estimate the relative contributions of two hypothetical mechanisms to C1 net efflux at low extracellular C1 concentrations. Cl, Br, and N0 3 net effluxes were measured into media of different Cl, Br, or N0 3 concentrations, respectively, to determine and compare the relative rates of the extracellular… CONTINUE READING
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