Thermal inactivation of membrane proteins, volume-dependent Na+, K(+)-cotransport, and protein kinase C activator-induced changes of the shape of human and rat erythrocytes.


The heat sorption curves for human and rat erythrocyte membranes in the temperature region from 40 degrees C to 90 degrees C have been compared resulting from thermal gel analysis of these membranes. The main heat sorption peaks are located within the temperature regions from 49 degrees C to 52 degrees C (A transition), from 56 degrees C to 59 degrees C (B… (More)


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