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TitlePhysiology of Membrane Disorders [electronic resource] / edited by Thomas E. Andreoli, Joseph F. Hoffman, Darrell D. Fanestil
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1978
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-3958-8
Descript XXVI, 1122 p. online resource

CONTENT

I: The Nature of Biological Membranes -- 1: The Anatomy of Biological Interfaces -- 2: Dynamics of Lipids in Biomembranes -- 3: Membrane Proteins: Structure and Arrangement in the Membrane -- II: Methods for Studying Membranes -- 4: The Nature and Limitations of Electron Microscopic Methods in Biology -- 5: Isolation and Characterization of Biological Membranes -- 6: Ultraviolet Absorption, Circular Dichroism, and Optical Rotatory Dispersion in Biomembrane Studies -- 7: Mathematical Models of Membrane Transport Processes -- 8: Tracers in the Study of Membrane Processes -- 9: Principles of Water and Nonelectrolyte Transport across Membranes -- 10: Principles of Electrical Methods for Studying Membrane Movements of Ions -- 11: Lipid Bilayer Membranes: Their Permeability Properties as Related to Those of Cell Membranes -- III: General Problems in Membrane Biology -- 12: Ion Selectivity in Membrane Permeation -- 13: Electrically Neutral Ion Transport in Biomembranes -- 14: Na and K Transport in Red Blood Cells -- 15: Ion-Coupled Transport across Biological Membranes -- 16: The Provision of Cellular Metabolic Energy for Active Ion Transport -- 17: Regulation of Cellular Volume -- 18: Cell-to-Cell Communication: Permeability, Formation, Genetics, and Functions of the Cell-Cell Membrane Channel -- 19: Genes and Membranes -- 20: Membrane Immunology and Permeability Functions -- 21: The Interaction of Hormones with Biological Membranes -- 22: Modification of Membrane Function by Drugs -- IV: Transport Events in Specialized Cells, Tissues, and Organs -- 23: Processing of Exportable Proteins: Structure-Function Correlates and Role of Cellular Membranes -- 24: Lactose Transport in Escherichia coli -- 25: Some General Properties of Excitable Tissues -- 26: Ion Movements in Skeletal Muscle in Relation to the Activation of Contraction -- 27: Excitable Tissues: The Heart -- 28: Ion and Water Transport in Gastric Mucosa -- 29: Ion Transport by Gastric Mucosa -- 30: The Uptake of Lipids into the Intestinal Mucosa -- 31: The Regulation of Glomerular Filtration Rate in Mammalian Kidneys -- 32: The Proximal Nephron -- 33: Transport Characteristics of the Loop of Henle -- 34: Transport Functions of the Distal Convoluted Tubule -- 35: The Collecting Duct -- 36: Renal Hemodynamic Factors and the Regulation of Sodium Excretion -- V: Clinical Disorders of Membrane Transport Processes -- 37: Disorders of Ion Transport in Red Blood Cells -- 38: Inherited Membrane Disorders of Muscle: Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy -- 39: Disorders of Muscle Membranes: The Periodic Paralyses -- 40: The Anatomical Basis for Cardiac Rhythm and Conduction -- 41: Cholera Toxin, Adenylate Cyclase and the Process of Active Secretion in the Small Intestine: The Pathogenesis of Diarrhea in Cholera -- 42: Malabsorption Syndromes -- 43: Mechanisms of Calcium Absorption: A Reappraisal -- 44: Cystic Fibrosis -- 45: Uremia: Strategies in the Search for Toxins -- 46: Disorders of Glomerular Filtration -- 47: Cellular Defects in Urinary Acidification and Renal Tubular Acidosis -- 48: Cystinosis and the Fanconi Syndrome -- 49: Renal Tubular Defects in Phosphate and Amino Acid Transport -- 50: The Polyuric Syndromes -- 51: Ischemia and Disturbances in Cell Volume Regulation


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