Steady states and the effects of ouabain in theNecturus gallbladder epithelium: A model analysis

@article{Baerentsen1982SteadySA,
  title={Steady states and the effects of ouabain in theNecturus gallbladder epithelium: A model analysis},
  author={Hoegni J. Baerentsen and Ove Christensen and Grove Per Thomsen and Thomas Zeuthen},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1982},
  volume={68},
  pages={215-225}
}
A simple numerical model for theNecturus gallbladder epithelium is presented. K+, Na+ and Cl− cross the mucosal and serosal membranes as well as the junctions by means of electrodiffusion; furthermore the mucosal membrane contains a neutral entry mechanism for NaCl and the serosal membrane contains an active pump for K+ and Na+. The values which have been used for the model are taken from the literature. The model can only attain steady states if the resistance of the serosal membrane is lower… CONTINUE READING

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