Sulphate transport into vesicles prepared from human placental brush border membranes: inhibition by trace element oxides.

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Inhibitors of SO4(2-) entry into and efflux from vesicles prepared from the brush border membrane of term human placenta have been studied, using 35SO4(2-) and an anion-exchange column assay. Divalent anions were found to be either potent or relatively feeble inhibitors of SO4(2-) uptake. Those which, like SO4(2-) itself, have a tetrahedral configuration… (More)

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@article{Boyd1986SulphateTI, title={Sulphate transport into vesicles prepared from human placental brush border membranes: inhibition by trace element oxides.}, author={C A Richard Boyd and David B. Shennan}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1986}, volume={379}, pages={367-76} }