- 1.1Birth of Modern Era of Epitheliology
- 1.2Extensions and Modifications of Original Koefoed-Johnsen—Ussing Model
- 1.3Regulation of Intracellular Ion Composition and Volume
Biology Of Sodium-Absorbing Epithelial Cells: Dawning of a New Era
Handbook of Physiology, The Gastrointestinal System, Intestinal Absorption and Secretion
Published Online: 1 JAN 2011
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How to Cite
Schultz, S. G. and Hudson, R. L. 2011. Biology Of Sodium-Absorbing Epithelial Cells: Dawning of a New Era. Comprehensive Physiology. 45–81.
- Published Online: 1 JAN 2011
The sections in this article are:
- 2Na+ Transport Pool
- 2.1Intracellular Na+ Compartment
- 2.2What is the Relation Between Cell Na+ Activity and Na+ Pump Rate?
- 3Na+ Pump(S)
- 3.2Na+-ATPase: Is There a Second Na+ Pump?
- 3.3Na+-HCO−3 Cotransport Across Basolateral Membranes
- 4Basolateral Membrane K+ Conductance
- 4.1Parallelism Between Rate of Transcellular Na+ Transport and Basolateral Membrane K+ Conductance
- 4.2Physiological Utility of Parallelism Between Pump Rate and K+ Conductance of Basolateral Membrane
- 4.3What Intracellular Signal(s) is Responsible for Parallelism Between Transcellular Na+ Transport, Pump Rate, and K+ Conductance of Basolateral Membranes?
- 5Volume Regulation
- 5.1Are the Mechanisms Responsible for Pump-Leak Parallelism and Volume Regulatory Decrease Related?
- 5.2Is Na+ Pump Rate Affected by Cell Swelling?
- 5.3How do Cells “Recognize” an Increase in Volume?
- 6Regulation of Cell Ca2+
- 7Summary: Toward A “New Biology” of Na+ -Absorbing Epithelial Cells