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||Chicken Gallus gallus
||Sieger U, Brahm J, Baumann R. Chloride and bicarbonate transport in chick embryonic red blood cells. J Physiol. 1994 Jun 15 477 ( Pt 3):393-401. p.398 table 2PubMed ID7932229
||"The permeability coefficient, P (cm/sec), of the red cell
membrane was calculated by:
P= kV[w]/A, (equation 2)
where V[w]/A is the ratio (in cm) of the cell water volume to the
cell membrane area that changes during maturation (-k is equal to the rate coefficient
for the unidirectional tracer efflux.)"
||"On each day one batch of cells was used for one or
two control experiments, as described in the
Methods section. The cells were next recovered,
reloaded with radioactive chloride and bicarbonate
(cf. Methods section) and used for another efflux
experiment. The re-use procedure and flux
experiment were repeated two or three times."