pH modulation of glucose-induced electrical activity in B-cells: Involvement of Na/H and HCO3/Cl antiporters

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Regulation of intracellular pH is an essential function and may be especially significant in the B-cell in which the influence of glucose on electrical activity is modulated by alterations in pH. Two possible regulatory processes have been examined: Na/H and HCO3/Cl exchange, by using inhibitors, an ionophore, and changes of ionic concentrations. In the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01870339

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@article{Pace1983pHMO, title={pH modulation of glucose-induced electrical activity in B-cells: Involvement of Na/H and HCO3/Cl antiporters}, author={Caroline S. Pace and John T. Tarvin}, journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology}, year={1983}, volume={73}, pages={39-49} }