DescriptionRegulation of intracellular pH is vital to all living cells. This symposium covers the control of pH in muscle and nerve cells and the different mechanisms of acid transport across epithelial and other cell membranes. Papers describe the development and application of microelectrodes and various techniques in molecular biology to the study of the mechanisms of protein transport. Also discusses the significance of pH regulation for the action of hormones and growth factors.
Movement of Acid Equivalents across the Mammalian Smooth Muscle Cell Membrane (C. Aickin).
Regulation of Intracellular pH in Cardiac Muscle (R. Vaughan-Jones).
Role of Monocarboxylate Transport in the Regulation of Intracellular pH or Renal Proximal Tubule Cells (W. Boron, et al.).
Epithelial pH and Ion Transport Regulation by Proton Pumps and Exchangers (B. Harvey & J. Ehrenfeld).
Proton Channels in Snail Neurons Studied with Surface pH Glass Microelectrodes (R. Thomas).
Proton-Induced Transformation in Gating and Selectivity of the Calcium Channel in Neurons (M. Morad).
Extracellular pH and Stimulated Neurons (E. Sykova, et al.).
Structural Properties of the Clathrin-Coated Vesicle Proton Translocating Complex (D. Stone, et al.).