Temperature dependence of the exchange of monovalent anions in human red blood cells.

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The temperature dependence of anion exchange across the red cell membrane was studied between 5 degrees C and 55 degrees C by measuring the rate of shrinkage of cells when transferred from a medium of pH 7.6 to one of pH 9.3 (as measured at 22 degrees C). The rates of shrinkage varied with the anion studied, the order being F-> Cl-> Br-> I-> SCN- but were… (More)

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@article{Baker1996TemperatureDO, title={Temperature dependence of the exchange of monovalent anions in human red blood cells.}, author={Greg Baker and Patrick J Baker}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={1996}, volume={1285 2}, pages={192-202} }