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Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of H+ Transport

  • Barry H. Hirst
Conference proceedings

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NATO ASI, volume 89)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Gastric H+, K+-ATPase

    1. Corné H. W. Klaassen, Tom J. F. Van Uem, Mariëlle P. De Moel, Godelieve L. J. De Caluwé, Herman G. P. Swarts, Jan Joep H. H. M. De Pont
      Pages 19-26
    2. Jai Moo Shin, Krister Bamberg, Marie Besancon, Keith Munson, Frederic Mercier, Dennis Bayle et al.
      Pages 35-53
    3. Käthi Geering, Philippe Jaunin, Ahmed Beggah, Frédéric Jaisser
      Pages 63-69
    4. Edd C. Rabon, Kent Smillie
      Pages 79-87
    5. D. Bayle, J. C. Robert, A. Soumarmon, R. Brasseur, H. G. P. Swarts, C. H. W. Klaassen et al.
      Pages 89-94
    6. Paul A. Gleeson, Ban-Hock Toh, Frank Alderuccio, Ian R. van Driel
      Pages 119-126
  3. Non-gastric transport-ATPases

    1. Yu Feng, Melanie Myers, Michael Forgac
      Pages 137-144
    2. Roland Baron, Marcjanna Bartkiewicz, Diptendu Chatterjee, Munmun Chakraborty, Pe’er David, Chris Fabricant et al.
      Pages 145-151
    3. Charles S. Wingo, Xiaoming Zhou, Adam Smolka, Kirsten Madsen, C. Craig Tisher, Kevin A. Curran et al.
      Pages 153-161
    4. Jerry B. Lingrel, James Van Huysse, William O’Brien, Elizabeth Jewell-Motz, Patrick Schultheis
      Pages 173-179
    5. David H. MacLennan, Ilona S. Skerjanc, William J. Rice, Tip W. Loo, David M. Clarke
      Pages 181-190
    6. Catherine Navarre, Serge Leterme, Michel Ghislain, André Goffeau
      Pages 199-204
    7. Philip A. Rea, Eugene J. Kim, Yongcheol Kim, Rui-Guang Zhen
      Pages 213-220
    8. Atsuko Iwamoto, Hiroshi Omote, Robert K. Nakamoto, Masatomo Maeda, Masamitsu Futai
      Pages 221-228
    9. Clifford L. Slayman, Adam Bertl, Michael R. Blatt
      Pages 237-244
  4. Proton/anion antiports, symports and channels

    1. Chung-Ming Tse, Susan A. Levine, C. H. Chris Yun, Steven R. Brant, Samir Nath, Jacques Pouysségur et al.
      Pages 245-260
    2. Vadivel Ganapathy, Matthias Brandsch, Frederick H. Leibach
      Pages 275-282
    3. David T. Thwaites, Barry H. Hirst, Nicholas L. Simmons
      Pages 283-296
    4. A. V. Tepikin, O. H. Petersen
      Pages 297-300
    5. Barry E. Argent, John P. Winpenny, Michael A. Gray
      Pages 301-308
    6. Manoocher Soleimani, Gwen L. Bizal, Yolanda J. Hattabaugh, Peter S. Aronson, Julia A. Bergman
      Pages 309-317
    7. Pascale Borensztein, H. Amlal, M. Froissart, F. Leviel, M. Bichara, M. Paillard
      Pages 319-327
  5. Regulation of proton and HCO3 - tranport

    1. Irvin M. Modlin, Steven J. Waisbren, Walter F. Boron, Carol J. Soroka, James R. Goldenring, John Geibel
      Pages 329-339
    2. Xuebiao Yao, J. G. Forte
      Pages 341-349
    3. Fabian Michelangeli, Giovanna Tortorici, Marie-Christine Ruiz
      Pages 375-382
    4. John Cuppoletti, Ann M. Baker, Danuta H. Malinowska
      Pages 383-390
    5. Marie-Christine Ruiz, Bernardo Gonzalez, Maria Jesus Abad, Fabián Michelangeli
      Pages 391-399
    6. P. K. Rangachari, M. J. Muller, T. Prior, R. H. Hunt
      Pages 401-414
    7. K. C. Kent Lloyd, Andrew H. Soll
      Pages 415-422
  6. Cellular resistance to acid

    1. A. Garner, G. Abu-Hijleh, R. Dib, S. M. A. Bastaki, A. C. Hunter, A. Allen
      Pages 431-438

About these proceedings

Introduction

Reviewed here is the current knowledge of proton transport mechanisms in mammals. The emphasis is on gastric acid secretion and the role of the H+, K+-ATPase, but molecular and cellular information on other P-, V- and F-type H+-ATPases, in bone, kidney, plants and yeast, as well as other cation ATPases, are included for important comparisons. The role of proton/anion antiports, symports and channels in proton transport is discussed. Further attention is given to the regulation of proton transport mechanisms and cellular mechanisms to resist damage from highly acidic environments.

Keywords

ATP Colon amino acid biochemistry catalysis cellular mechanisms chemistry kidney membrane membrane transport protein proteins receptor regulation transcription

Editors and affiliations

  • Barry H. Hirst
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Physiological SciencesUniversity of Newcastle upon Tyne Medical SchoolNewcastle upon TyneUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-79301-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-79303-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-79301-1
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