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*  Specific arginine and threonine residues control anion binding and transport in the light‐driven chloride pump halorhodopsin |...
Mukohata Y (1994) Comparative studies on ion pumps of the bacterial rhodopsin family. Biophys Chem, 50, 191-201. ... Functional similarities between the two pumps are reflected by the facts that (i) BR can be converted into a chloride pump by ... Váró G, Brown LS, Sasaki J, Kandori H, Maeda A, Needleman R and Lanyi JK (1995a) Light‐driven chloride ion transport by ... Conversion of bacteriorhodopsin into a chloride ion pump. Science, 269, 73-75. ...
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*  Ion Channels and Ion Pumps | SpringerLink
Ion Channels and Ion Pumps. Metabolic and Endocrine Relationships in Biology and Clinical Medicine. ... Characterization of Ion Channels in the Central Nervous System: Insights from Radioligand Binding, Autoradiography, and In Situ ... Nonrenal Potassium Homeostasis: Hypokalemia and Potassium Depletion-Role of Skeletal Muscle Potassium-Pump (Na+,K+- ATPase) ... Calcium Ion Homeostasis in the Aging Brain: Regulation of Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels ...
  https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4612-2596-6
*  Ion Pumps - Ion Pump Summary Report | CureHunter
A general class of integral membrane proteins that transport ions across a membrane against an electrochemical gradient. ... Ion Pumps (Ion Pump). Subscribe to New Research on Ion Pumps A general class of integral membrane proteins that transport ions ... 01/01/2015 - "This review will describe recent research into the role of ion pumps and ion channels in cell migration and ... "Enhanced anaerobic metabolism during anoxia would provide energy for operation of ion pumps, including the sodium pump, that ...
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*  Patent US5578900 - Built in ion pump for field emission display - Google Patents
... so that during display operation the outgassed material is collected at the ion pump cathode electrodes. Alternately, the ion ... Ion pump cathode electrodes formed of a gettering material cover the gate electrodes, ... pump cathode may be formed on a focusing electrode, on a focusing mesh, or on other electrode structures. ... A field emission display having an ion pump, for removal of outgassed material, is described. The display has a baseplate and ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US5578900
*  Na-K membrane ion pump, illustration - Stock Image C023/8778 - Science Photo Library
The Na-K-ATPase pump (red) transports 3 sodium ions out and 2 potassium ions in for every molecule of ATP (adenosine ... Illustration of how sodium (Na+) and potassium (K+) ions are pumped through a channel (red) in a cell membrane (blue). The cell ... ion pump, ions, membrane, molecular, na-k-atpase pump, nak atpase pump, no-one, nobody, phospholipid bilayer, pi, potassium, ... Caption: Na-K membrane ion pump. Illustration of how sodium (Na+) and potassium (K+) ions are pumped through a channel (red) in ...
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*  Origin of Ion-Pumping Proteins Could Explain How Life Began
... TOPICS:EvolutionEvolutionary BiologyLifeMicrobiology ... Scientists thought that the origin of life was tied to the origin of the cellular ion pumps, proteins that regulate the flow of ... This process relies on ion-pumping proteins that generate these gradients. Cells store energy by the means of proteins that ... Be the first to comment on "Origin of Ion-Pumping Proteins Could Explain How Life Began". ...
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*  Ion pump (physics) - Wikipedia
An ion pump is not to be confused with an ionic liquid piston pump or an ionic liquid ring vacuum pump. An ion pump (also ... "Noble Ion Pumps", then changed the name to "Triode Ion Pumps" in the early '70s. The basic element of the common ion pump is a ... the conventional or standard diode pump, the noble diode pump and the triode pump. A standard diode pump is a type of ion pump ... In contrast to other common UHV pumps, such as turbomolecular pumps and diffusion pumps, ion pumps have no moving parts and use ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_pump_(physics)
*  Ion Pumps (Electronic book text): E. Edward Bittar: 9781281716705 | Books | Buy online in South Africa from Loot.co.za
Ion Pumps (Electronic book text) / Author: E. Edward Bittar / Editor: E. Edward Bittar / Editor: Jens Peter Andersen / Editor: ... The term ion pump, synonymous with active ion-transport system, refers to a membrane-associated protein that translocates ions ... Primary ion pumps utilize energy derived from chemical reactions or from the absorption of light, while secondary ion pumps ... In the present volume, various aspects of ion pump structure, mechanism, and regulation are treated using mostly the ion- ...
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*  Human Physio Notes Week 2 - IA Adrian Bahn BIPN 100 Dr Fortes Ion Pumps Epithelial Transport Membrane Potentials Nernst...
Fortes 01/11/16 Ion Pumps Epithelial Transport Membrane Potentials Nernst ... The Nernst equation is as follows: E ion  E  ion  RT nF ln [ ion ] outside [ ion ] inside , where E is the potential, R is ... The Na+-K+ pump thus acts as a charger; it charges the electrochemical gradient (the battery) of the cell, and the ion channels ... Fortes 01/11/16 Ion Pumps Epithelial Transport Membrane Potentials Nernst Equation: Equilibrium Potentials Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz ...
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*  Gibbsdonnan Equilibrium Ion Pumps And Maintenance Of Cell Volume - Action Potential
K pumps. First, they are responsible for the high K and low Na ... To appreciate why ion pumps are necessary for the maintenance ... The pumps extrude three sodium ions in exchange for two potassium ions and also establish an electrical potential difference ... the function of ion pumps in the maintenance of cell volume by considering what would happen if there were no ion pumps. ... on the presence of ion, particularly (Na+-K+), pumps in the cell membranes. These pumps serve to lower the intracellular ...
  https://www.barnardhealth.us/action-potential/gibbsdonnan-equilibrium-ion-pumps-and-maintenance-of-cell-volume.html
*  Ion Pumps/Transporters | Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Activity of the IMP Dehydrogenase Inhibitor
The Long INterspersed Element-1 (Series-1 or L1) retrotransposition assay has facilitated the breakthrough and characterization of active (to retrotranspose Brief INterspersed Component WAY-362450 (SINE) RNAs (reporter cassette) built with a heterologous promoter and polyadenylation signal (Figure 1A). The amount of cells or colonies expressing the reporter genes allows the quantification from the Series-1 retrotransposition efficiency. Amount 1 Series-1 Retrotransposition Assay Because the preliminary publication from the Series-1 retrotransposition assay (24) many adaptations have produced the assay better (58) and suitable to study a range of natural questions. Including the cassette and a derivative from the cassette neocassette have already been used to recuperate Series-1 retrotransposition occasions from genomic DNA allowing complete analyses of how Series-1 retrotransposition occasions influence the genome (33 34 38 Certainly these studies uncovered that retrotransposition occasions from ...
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*  Frontiers | Editorial: Modulation of Ion Channels and Ionic Pumps by Fatty Acids: Implications in Physiology and Pathology |...
Modulation of Ion Channels and Ionic Pumps by Fatty Acids: Implications in Physiology and Pathology ... Keywords: Membrane Lipids, Ion Channels, Ion Pumps, bioactive lipids, membrane receptors Received: 11 Oct 2018; Accepted: 26 ... Editorial: Modulation of Ion Channels and Ionic Pumps by Fatty Acids: Implications in Physiology and Pathology Mario Diaz1* and ... Modulation of Ion Channels and Ionic Pumps by Fatty Acids: Implications in Physiology and Pathology ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphys.2018.01625/full
*  The influence of external sodium ions on the sodium pump in erythrocytes | Biochemical Journal
The influence of external sodium ions on the sodium pump in erythrocytes. R. N. Priestland, R. Whittam ... The influence of external sodium ions on the sodium pump in erythrocytes ... The influence of external sodium ions on the sodium pump in erythrocytes ... The influence of external sodium ions on the sodium pump in erythrocytes ...
  http://www.biochemj.org/content/109/3/369
*  US7896867B2 - Fluid delivery device having an electrochemical pump with an ion-exchange membrane and associated method ...
A displaceable member is positioned between a pump product chamber and a reservoir, wherein the pump product chamber is capable ... The displaceable member is controllably displaced upon generation of water from the electrochemical pump and the reservoir ... The device includes an electrochemical pump capable of transporting a fluid. ... Body mounted pump housing and pump assembly employing the same US20080015494A1 (en) 2008-01-17. Multi-reservoir pump device for ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US7896867B2/en
*  Membrane potential - Wikipedia
The action potential involves mainly the opening and closing of ion channels not ion pumps. If the ion pumps are turned off by ... "pump" the ions against their concentration gradient.[9] Such ion pumps take in ions from one side of the membrane (decreasing ... and ion channels allow ions to move across the membrane down those concentration gradients. Ion pumps and ion channels are ... Ion pumpsEdit. The sodium-potassium pump uses energy derived from ATP to exchange sodium for potassium ions across the membrane ...
  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membrane_potential
*  proton pump inhibitor - ion transport - Pharmacology - Biochemicals
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*  Material Search Results
Light-driven Ion Pumps and Sensors In the Light-driven Ion Pumps and Sensors animation, the Halobacterium species is the ...
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*  Axon: Structure, Function and Pathophysiology - Oxford Scholarship
... and pumps that are responsible for the functional properties of axons. The role of calcium in axonal function is now better ... 15 Ion pumps and exchangers PETER K. STYS, STEPHEN G. WAXMAN, and BRUCE R. RANSOM. ... 11 Voltage-gated ion channels in axons: Localization, function, and development STEPHEN G. WAXMAN. ... and pumps that are responsible for the functional properties of axons. The role of calcium in axonal function is now better ...
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*  Glossary - Microwave Power Products Division, Communications & Power Industries (CPI)
Ion pump. An Ion pump uses electrons produced by field emission (cold cathode) to ionize residual gas molecules which are then ... An Ion pump with voltage applied will help maintain vacuum quality of an electron device while it is in storage and can be used ...
  http://www.cpii.com/glossary.cfm/1
*  Epithelial pH and ion transport regulation by proton pumps and exchangers. - Semantic Scholar
We conclude that the level of intracellular H+, modulated by H+ pump and Na+/H+ and Cl-/HCO3- exchangers provides an intrinsic ... double-barrelled ion-sensitive microelectrodes and cell membrane current--voltage relations) to determine intracellular ... Epithelial pH and ion transport regulation by proton pumps and exchangers.. @article{Harvey1988EpithelialPA, title={Epithelial ... Proton pump-driven cutaneous chloride uptake in anuran amphibia.. *Lars Jørn Jensen, Niels Johannes Willumsen, Jan Amstrup, ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Epithelial-pH-and-ion-transport-regulation-by-pumps-Harvey-Ehrenfeld/6f1a2296de333075a4f28783f16c7552b1a35ba6
*  Chapter 3 Flashcards by Daniel Ramirez | Brainscape
Pump pushes these ions across the membrane against their concentration gradients (requires expenditure of metabolic energy).. ... Constant motion of ions and molecules dissolved in water is temp dependent and random.. - This allows for net movement of ions ... E = -2.303(RT/zF) log(ion conc outside/ion conc inside).. - E = ionic equilibrium potential. - R = gas constant. - T = abs temp ... a membrane is selectively permeable to that ion alone. In reality neurons are not permeable to only a single type of ion. ...
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*  Cancer as a channelopathy: ion channels and pumps in tumor development and progression - Sophion
This review will describe recent research into the role of ion pumps and ion channels in cell migration and adhesion, and how ... Increasing evidence suggests that ion channels and pumps not only regulate membrane potential, ion homeostasis, and electric ... in which ion channels and pumps play major roles. Research on cancer cells suggests that certain ion channels may be involved ... as the non-traditional roles of ion pumps and channels are being recognized, it is increasingly being suggested that ion ...
  http://sophion.com/publications/cancer-channelopathy-ion-channels-pumps-tumor-development-progression/
*  Sodium in water | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science and Community
Electric Fields: Sodium Ions pumped (Replies: 3) * Wavelength - Yellow line in the spectrum of a sodium lamp (Replies: 2) ... Electrostatic Force between the sodium ion and the chloride ion. (Replies: 1) ... I'm thinking it has just the 1 electron leaving the OH molecule a negative ion (OH-).. 4) Now at some point the Na+ ion bonds ... 3) I've read that when Na is placed in water it becomes a positive ion (Na+). I assume this is because it loses its valence ...
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*  SLC30A8 - Wikipedia
zinc II ion transport. • response to zinc ion. • cation transport. • insulin secretion. • ion transport. • response to glucose ... sequestering of zinc ion. • cellular zinc ion homeostasis. • regulation of sequestering of zinc ion. • positive regulation of ... zinc ion binding. • protein binding. • zinc ion transmembrane transporter activity. Cellular component. • integral component of ... Ion pumps. Symporter, Cotransporter. *Na+/K+,Cl−. *Na+/Pi3. *Na+/Cl− ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SLC30A8