Pumps, channels, and transporters : methods of functional by Ronald J. Clarke, Mohammed A. A. Khalid

By Ronald J. Clarke, Mohammed A. A. Khalid

Describes experimental equipment for investigating the functionality of pumps, channels and transporters

  • Covers new rising analytical equipment used to review ion delivery membrane proteins similar to single-molecule spectroscopy
  • Details quite a lot of electrophysiological options and spectroscopic equipment used to investigate the functionality of ion channels, ion pumps and transporters
  • Covers state-of-the paintings analytical easy methods to learn ion pumps, channels, and transporters, and the place analytical chemistry could make extra contributions

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Archaea, plants, fungi, and bacteria, however, generally don’t possess a Na+,K+‐ ATPase. Therefore, they need other mechanisms for absorbing nutrients or extruding other ions. Usually, their transporters are coupled to an H+ electrochemical potential gradient across the membrane. 2), it is also used to drive the extrusion of Na+ from the cytoplasm of the bacterium by a H+‐linked transporter located in the plasma membrane. In other bacteria, fungi, and plants other mechanisms for creating the H+ gradient are employed, but it is still generally the H+ gradient which provides the energy for nutrient uptake.

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