Anion flux and turnover number of chloride self-exchange, and chloride and bicarbonate self-exchange in fetal red cells

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Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference Brahm J, Wimberley PD. Chloride and bicarbonate transport in fetal red cells. J Physiol. 1989 Dec419: 141-56. p.151 table 2PubMed ID2621626
Method "All experiments were performed by measuring the rate of efflux of tracer under steady-state conditions, i.e. the chemical concentrations are constant during the experiment."
Comments "Table 2 shows the unidirectional fluxes of chloride and bicarbonate and the equivalent turnover numbers per cell at five different temperatures." See notes above and beneath table
Entered by Uri M
ID 110926