Red Cell Membrane Transport in Health and Disease [E-Book] / edited by Ingolf Bernhardt, J. Clive Ellory.
Bernhardt, Ingolf, (editor)
Ellory, J. Clive, (editor)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 2003
XXVIII, 748 p. online resource.
englisch
9783662051818
10.1007/978-3-662-05181-8
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Table of Contents:
  • 1 Distribution and Movement of Membrane Lipids
  • 2 Membrane Lipids and Proteins as a Basis of Red Cell Shape and its Alterations
  • 3 Human Red Cell Shape and the Mechanical Characteristics of the Membrane
  • 4 Passive Membrane Permeability for Ions and the Membrane Potential
  • 5 Na+/K+ Pump
  • 6 Ion Channels
  • 7 The Swelling-Sensitive Osmolyte Channel
  • 8 Na+-K+-2Cl- Cotransport
  • 9 K+-Cl- Cotransport in Vertebrate Red Cells
  • 10 The Band 3 Protein: Anion Exchanger and Anion-Proton Cotransporter
  • 11 Band 3 Mediated Transport
  • 12 Amino Acid Transport
  • 13 Equilibrative Nucleoside Transport Proteins
  • 14 Glucose Transport
  • 15 Calcium Homeostasis in Normal and Abnormal Human Red Cells
  • 16 Magnesium Transport
  • 17 Trace Metal Transport
  • 18 Monocarboxylate and other Organic Anion Transport
  • 19 Water Permeability
  • 20 Gas Transport
  • 21 ‘The Hereditary Stomatocytosis and Allied Conditions’: Inherited Disorders Na+ and K+ Transport
  • 22 Metabolic Disorders
  • 23 Sickle Cell Disease
  • 24 The Membrane Physiology of the ‘Malaria-Infected’ Red Cell
  • 25 Hypertension
  • 26 Disorders of Band 3
  • 27 Amino Acid Transport in Disease
  • 28 Transgenic Models of Red Cell Disorders
  • 29 Red Cell Ageing
  • 30 Active and Passive Monovalent Ion Transport Association with Membrane Antigens in Sheep Red Cells: a Molecular Riddle
  • 31 Comparative Physiology of Red Cell Membrane Transport.