Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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May 1980

Volume 341 Anion and Proton Transport

Pages ix–ix, 1–608

    1. OPENING REMARKS (page ix)

      William A. Brodsky

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47154.x

  1. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. MODELS FOR ELECTROGENIC PROTON TRANSPORT MECHANISMS (pages 1–11)

      Warren S. Rehm

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47155.x

  2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
  3. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. STUDIES ON ANION TRANSPORTERS (pages 27–036)

      E. Racker, J. A. Belt, W. W. Carley and J. H. Johnson

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47157.x

    2. COUPLING OF ION FLOWS IN CELL SUSPENSION SYSTEMS (pages 57–66)

      P. Geek and E. Heinz

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47160.x

  4. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF PROTON AND BICARBONATE TRANSPORT IN TURTLE URINARY BLADDER (pages 77–88)

      Philip R. Steinmetz, Loren H. Cohen, Russell F. Husted and Allan Mueller

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47162.x

    2. THE ROLE OF ANIONS IN THE REGULATION OF PROXIMAL TUBULAR SODIUM AND FLUID TRANSPORT (pages 125–133)

      R. Green, S. L. Greenwood and G. Giebisch

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47167.x

  5. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. TRANSPORT OF BICARBONATE AND OTHER ANIONS IN SALIVARY SECRETION (pages 172–190)

      J. A. Young, R. M. Case, A. D. Conigrave and I. Novak

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47171.x

  6. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. BICARBONATE TRANSPORT IN THE EXOCRINE PANCREAS (pages 191–209)

      I. Schulz

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47172.x

    2. BICARBONATE AND CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN RELATION TO THE ACIDIFICATION OR ALKALINIZATION OF THE URINE (pages 210–224)

      William A. Brodsky, John H. Durham and Gerhard Ehrenspeck

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47173.x

    3. CHLORIDE ACTIVE TRANSPORT, MEMBRANE LIPIDS AND RECEPTORS IN THE CORNEAL EPITHELIUM (pages 233–245)

      José A. Zadunaisky, Barry E. Schaeffer and Bruce Cherksey

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47175.x

    4. CURRENT STATUS OF MEMBRANE-BOUND CARBONIC ANHYDRASE (pages 246–258)

      Thomas H. Maren

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47176.x

  7. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. THEORIES ON GASTRIC ACID SECRETION (pages 259–272)

      George W. Kidder III

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47177.x

    2. ATP METABOLISM IN ISOLATED GASTRIC GLANDS (pages 274–282)

      S. J. Hersey

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47178.x

    3. THE FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF K+-ATPASE IN PROTON TRANSPORT BY GASTRIC MICROSOMAL VESICLES (pages 297–311)

      Hon Cheung Lee, Haim Breitbart and John G. Forte

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47180.x

    4. ASPECTS OF PARIETAL CELL BIOLOGY: CELLS AND VESICLES (pages 312–334)

      G. Sachs, T. Berglindh, E. Rabon, H. B. Stewart, M. L. Barcellona, B. Wallmark and G. Saccomani

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47181.x

    5. TRANSPORT ATPases IN ANION AND PROTON TRANSPORT (pages 335–356)

      S. L. Bonting, J. J. H. H. M. de Pont, J. M. M. van Amelsvoort and J. J. Schrijen

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47182.x

  8. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE OF THE RED CELL MEMBRANE AND THE RELATION BETWEEN NET ANION TRANSPORT AND THE ANION EXCHANGE MECHANISM (pages 357–360)

      J. F. Hoffman, J. H. Kaplan, T. J. Callahan and J. C. Freedman

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47183.x

    2. ANION TRANSPORT ACROSS THE RED BLOOD CELL MEMBRANE AND THE CONFORMATION OF THE PROTEIN IN BAND 3 (pages 361–383)

      H. Passow, H. Fasold, E. M. Gartner, B. Legrum, W. Ruffing and L. Zaki

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47184.x

    3. THE KINETICS OF THE TITRATABLE CARRIER FOR ANION EXCHANGE IN ERYTHROCYTES (pages 384–393)

      R. B. Gunn and O. Fröhlich

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47185.x

    4. TRANSPORT AND INTERACTIONS OF ANIONS AND PROTONS IN THE RED BLOOD CELL MEMBRANE (pages 394–418)

      Jens Otto Wieth, Jesper Brahm and Jørgen Funder

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47186.x

    5. PROTEIN STRUCTURE IN RELATION TO ANION TRANSPORT IN RED CELLS (pages 433–443)

      A. Rothstein, M. Ramjeesingh, S. Grinstein and P. A. Knauf

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47188.x

    6. RECONSTITUTION OF THE ERYTHROCYTE ANION TRANSPORT SYSTEM: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO APPROACHES (pages 444–454)

      Z. Ioav Cabantchik, D. J. Volsky, H. Ginsburg and A. Loyter

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47189.x

    7. STRUCTURE OF THE ERYTHROCYTE ANION TRANSPORT PROTEIN (pages 455–464)

      Michael J. A. Tanner, David G. Williams and Robert E. Jenkins

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47190.x

  9. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. THE CATION SPECIFICITY FOR THE MELIBIOSE TRANSPORT SYSTEM OF E. COLI (pages 465–472)

      T. Hastings Wilson, Tomofusa Tsuchiya, Jane Lopilato and Kathleen Ottina

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47191.x

    2. MECHANISM OF LACTOSE TRANSLOCATION IN MEMBRANE VESICLES FROM ESCHERICHIA COLI (pages 473–481)

      Gregory J. Kaczorowski, Dan E. Robertson and H. Ronald Kaback

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47192.x

    3. ANION TRANSPORT MECHANISMS IN NEURONS (pages 510–523)

      John M. Russell

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47195.x

    4. CHLORIDE DISTRIBUTION AND EXCHANGE IN VERTEBRATE HEART AND SKELETAL MUSCLE (pages 524–533)

      Ernest Page, Philip I. Polimeni and Donald D. Macchia

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47196.x

    5. A VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CHLORIDE CONDUCTANCE CHANNEL FROM TORPEDO ELECTROPLAX MEMBRANE (pages 534–551)

      Christopher Miller and Michael M. White

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47197.x

  10. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function

    1. Top of page
    2. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis On Anion and Proton Transport
    3. PART I. General Aspects of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, and Emphasis on Anion and Proton Transport
    4. PART I. General Aspects Of Ion-Transport; Theory, Approaches, And Emphasis On Anion And Proton Transport
    5. Part II. Anion and Photon Transport Mechanisms in Kidney Tubules, Turtle Bladder and Related Epithelia
    6. PART III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    7. Part III. Regulatory Mechanisms for Anion and Photon Transport in Intestinal, Salivary, Pancreatic, Renal and Corneal Epithelia
    8. Part IV. Transport Mechanism for Proton Secretion in Gastric Epithelium
    9. Part V. Biochemical Aspects of Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in the Erythrocyte
    10. Part VI. Anion and Proton Transport Mechanisms in Single Membrane (Nonepithelial Cells); Axones, Muscles, Erythrocytes, Tumors and Bacterial Cells
    11. Part VII. The Mechanisms and Roles of Anion and Proton Tmnsport in Mitochondria1 Function
    1. PROTONMOTIVE CYTOCHROME SYSTEM OF MITOCHONDRIA (pages 564–584)

      Peter Mitchell

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47199.x

    2. RESPIRATION-COUPLED H+ EJECTION BY MITOCHONDRIA (pages 585–592)

      Albert L. Lehninger, Baltazar Reynafarje, Adolfo Alexandre and Antonio Villalobo

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47200.x

    3. KINETICS AND MECHANISMS OF GLUTAMATE TRANSPORT ACROSS THE MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE (pages 593–608)

      John R. Williamson, Jan B. Hoek, Elizabeth Murphy, Kathleen E. Coll and R. Muturi Njogu

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1980.tb47201.x

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