Intestinal Ion Transport: The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion Transport held at Titisee in May 1 by J.W.L. RobinsonIntestinal Ion Transport: The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion Transport held at Titisee in May 1 by J.W.L. Robinson

Intestinal Ion Transport: The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion…

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Title:Intestinal Ion Transport: The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion…Format:PaperbackDimensions:450 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:February 12, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Basic Mechanisms of Ion Transport (1).- 1 Dual sodium pumps in the kidney.- The effects of ion replacements on sodium pump activity and the response of kidney cortex slices to angiotensin (Discussion paper): Munday, K. A, Parsons, B. J. & Poat, J. A..- Discussion 1.- 2 Bioelectric parameters and sodium transport in bullfrog small intestine.- The role of the paracellular route in water transport by rat jejunum in vitro (Discussion paper): Munck, B. G..- Discussion 2.- 3 Absorptive and secretory processes in intestine: Binder, H. J. 45 Further evidence for a Na+ 'neutral' secretory process in rabbit ileum (Discussion paper):.- Discussion 3.- 4 Ion fluxes in isolated guinea-pig intestinal mucosa.- Na+ compartmentation in the jejunal mucosa of the tortoise (Discussion paper): Gilles-Baillien, M..- Discussion 4.- Basic Mechanisms of ion Transport (2).- 5 Polarity of epithelial cells in relation to transepithelial transport in kidney and intestine.- Protein composition of kidney cell membranes (Discussion paper): Ebel, H., Gebhardt, A. & Aulbert, E..- Discussion 5.- 6 Coupled sodium-chloride transport by small intestine and gallbladder: Frizzell, R. A.- Model for ileal transport in congenital chloridorrhoea (Discussion paper): Rask-Madsen, J..- Discussion 6.- 7 Sodium-driven transport: A re-evaluation of the sodium-gradient hypothesis: Alvarado, F..- Ionic dependence of glucose transport from disaccharides: Caspary, W. F..- Discussion 7.- 8 The influence of harmaline on sodium and sodium-dependent transport mechanisms.- Discussion 8.- Modifications in Intestinal ion Transport (1).- 9 Effect of vasopressin on water transport in the kidney: Possible role of microtubules and microfilaments.- Effect of ADH on intestinal electrolyte and water absorption (Discussion paper): Dennhardt, R..- Discussion 9.- 10 Pathway of sodium moving from blood to intestinal lumen under influence of oxyphenisatin and deoxycholate.- Bile acids and bulk flow: Wingate, D. L.- Effect of bile salts on electrolyte transport in the rat colon (Discussion paper): Binder, H. J..- Discussion 10.- 11 Sodium transport by the new-born pig intestine: Functional changes during the first few days of post-natal life.- Discussion 11.- Modifications in Intestinal ion Transport (2).- 12 Role of cyclic nucleotides in the regulation of intestinal ion transport.- Cyclic AMP mediated electrolyte secretion in the pancreas: Effect of cholera toxin (Discussion paper): Smith, P. A. & Case, R. M..- Discussion 12.- 13 Movements of water and ions across dog ileal mucosa following ischaemia or occlusion.- Intestinal blood flow and sodium exchange (Discussion paper): Love, A. H. G..- Discussion 13.- 14 Effects of aldosterone on the colon.- The effect of angiotensin on intestinal fluid transport (Discussion paper): Munday, K. A. & York, B. G..- Discussion 14.- 15 Inhibition of transport processes in the dog colon.- Discussion 15.- Adaptation of Intestinal ion Transport.- 16 Adaptive changes in ion and water transport mechanisms in the eel intestine.- Ionic permeability of fish intestinal mucosa in relation to hypophysectomy and salt adaptation: Lahlou, B..- Regulation of drinking and intestinal water absorption in euryhaline teleosts: Skadhauge, E..- Intestinal ion and water transport in the diamondback terrapin acclimatised either to sea or to fresh water (Discussion paper): Gilles-Baillien, M..- Discussion 16.- Ion Transport in the Human Intestine.- 17 In vitro behaviour of human jejunum and ileum: Response to theophylline and acetyl choline.- Intestinal adaptation in response to chronic glucagon administration (Discussion paper): Caspary, W. F. & Lücke, H..- Discussion 17.- 18 Prostaglandins and ion transport in the human intestine: A current survey.- Discussion 18.- 19 Relationship between structure and function in the human intestine.- Possible coupling between Na+ and D-glucose absorptions in normal jejunal mucosa of children (Discussion paper): Desjeux, J. F..- Discussion 19.- 20 Functional alterations in ulcerative colitis.- Effect of diet on mucosal water and solute transfer by rat colon (Discussion paper): Scharrer, E. & Katona, Ö..- Discussion 20.- 21 Closing summary.