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Intestinal Ion Transport

J.W.L. Robinson

Intestinal Ion Transport

by J.W.L. Robinson

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gastroenterology,
  • Physiology,
  • Medical / Gastroenterology,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8280158M
    ISBN 100852001320
    ISBN 109780852001325

    Dear Colleagues, Ion transport across cell membranes, mediated by ion transporters and channels, play important roles in the control of bodily and cellular functions, such as the actions of hormones and enzymes, cell growth, including aberrant cancer cell proliferation, neurite elongation, and transepithelial ion and water transport, which is crucial for blood pressure control, electrolyte. In twenty-five chapters, written by a team of leading experts, the volume addresses four main topics: the methodologies and basic principles of structure and function; intestinal ion transport; nutrient absorption; and macromolecular transport.

    Membrane ion transport in non-excitable tissues 4. ), and Ca2+ signaling in the anterior intestinal cells has been suggested to regulate aBoc timing independent of the basal pacemaker (Nehrke et al., ; Wang et al., ). Hence, Ca2+ oscillations in the posterior intestinal int9. The intestinal epithelium is the single cell layer that form the luminal surface (lining) of both the small and large intestine (colon) of the gastrointestinal ed of simple columnar epithelial cells, it serves two main functions: absorbing useful substances into the body and restricting the entry of harmful part of its protective role, the intestinal epithelium forms.

    Carrier Proteins for Active Transport. An important membrane adaption for active transport is the presence of specific carrier proteins or pumps to facilitate movement: there are three protein types or transporters ().A uniporter carries one specific ion or molecule. A symporter carries two different ions or molecules, both in the same direction. An antiporter also carries two different ions. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full by:


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Intestinal Ion Transport by J.W.L. Robinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is the fourth Falk Symposium devoted to the study of intestinal abso~ l 3 tion. As in the case of its predecessors - I hope that the relaxed atmosphere will enable the participants from all comers of the world to exchange views, not only in this room, but also at less formal moments in the cellar, on the lake, or in the buses that transport us to different parts of the : Springer Netherlands.

PDZ protein family and their role in intestinal ion transport. Another plane of structural and functional integration of intestinal ion transporters is provided by PDZ domain-containing proteins. These domains constitute one of the largest families of interaction domains and function by binding the C termini of their target proteins [13,14].Cited by: Intestinal Absorption of Metal Ions, Trace Elements, and Radionuclides focuses on the transport of metal ions across biological membranes.

The selection first discusses fundamental considerations of ion transport across biological membranes, including passage of ions through the pores of gels or membranes; mobilities of organic and inorganic ions in water; and complexing of alkali metal ions.

Nicholas Sperelakis, in Cell Physiology Source Book (Fourth Edition), IVB Na + and K + Distribution and the Na +-K + Pump. The intracellular ion concentrations are maintained differently from those in the extracellular fluid by active ion transport mechanisms that expend metabolic energy to transport specific ions against their concentration (or electrochemical) gradients.

Absorption. Over the last half-century, two key sets of observations have energized and organized research in this area.

The first was the discovery in the s that sugars (glucose and galactose) and amino acids are absorbed across the small-intestinal brush border membrane via carriers that couple their movements to Intestinal Ion Transport book of Na + ().Na + coupling permits the organic solute to be Cited by:   This proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion Transport held at Titisee, West Germany, in May Presentations is divided into four sections: 1) biochemical mechanisms and electrophysiologic techniques involved in sodium pumping and other ion transport systems, with kinetic models and discussion of coupling between sodium and nonelectrolyte transport; 2) modification of.

This is the fourth Falk Symposium devoted to the study of intestinal abso~ l 3 tion. As in the case of its predecessors - I hope that the relaxed atmosphere will enable the participants from all comers of the world to exchange views, not only in this room, but also at less formal moments in the cellar, on the lake, or in the buses that transport us to different parts of the Schwarzwald.

The cells relevant to intestinal water and electrolyte transport can be roughly divided into two major groups: those involved in electrolyte transport and those having predominantly a regulatory role, i.e.

integrating the functional responses of the first organization of the intestinal mucosa is extremely important considering the type of work it must by: Get this from a library. Intestinal ion transport: the proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion Transport held at Titisee in May [J W L Robinson;].

TY - JOUR. T1 - Ion transport in the intestine. AU - Kiela, Pawel R. AU - Ghishan, Fayez K. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1. N2 - Purpose of review In recent years, the field of intestinal physiology has witnessed significant progress in our understanding of the expression and function of ion transport proteins and their genes under physiological and pathophysiological by: Part 1 is designed to emphasize actual knowledge of the transport of water, inorganic as well as organic ions and molecules across the isolated intestinal epithelium.

An enormous wave of investigations has emerged from studies per­ formed with "Ussing chambers", which roused interest in studies on absorption mechanisms and subsequently on.

Get this from a library. Intestinal Ion Transport: the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intestinal Ion Transport held at Titisee in May [J W L Robinson] -- This is the fourth Falk Symposium devoted to the study of intestinal abso~ l 3 tion. As in the case of its predecessors - I hope that the relaxed atmosphere will enable the participants from all.

The review on small intestinal ion transport, in this series, focused on recent advances in duodenal bicarbonate secretion, the importance of scaffolding proteins and the pathophysiology of.

This book reviews the current status of our knowledge of fluid transport across the intestine, including the complexities of transcellular and paracellular ion transport down the length of the intestine and how aberrations of normal physiological processes lead to by: 3. Ion Transport in Vertebrate Colon by M.

Avella (Contribution by), Presented here are examples of research on colonic ion transport of each vertebrate group, including the classical models of epithelia, rat and rabbit, and also on the special and unique features in fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and selected mammals such as the.

Purpose of review In recent years, the field of intestinal physiology has witnessed significant progress in our understanding of the expression and function of ion transport proteins and their genes under physiological and pathophysiological conditions. This review will present some of these most recent advances in the small intestinal ion transport mechanisms.

TY - JOUR. T1 - Small intestinal ion transport. AU - Ghishan, Fayez K. AU - Kiela, Pawel R. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1.

N2 - PURPOSE OF REVIEW: In this review, we focus on the recent (March to September ) advances in small intestinal ion transport, with particular emphasis on sodium, chloride, bicarbonate, and calcium transport mechanisms under physiological and pathophysiological Cited by:   Ion transport is essential for maintenance of transmembranous and transcellular electric potential, fluid transport and cellular volume.

Disturbance of ion transport has been associated with cellular dysfunction, intra and extracellular edema and abnormalities of epithelial surface liquid volume.

There is increasing evidence that conditions characterized by an intense local or systemic Cited by: With a multitude of locally produced compounds providing bidirectional regulation of intestinal ion transport, it is not surprising that the system can be fine-tuned for a variety of circumstances.

In the small intestine, so-called basal conditions may in fact represent a low rate of secretion (S29).Cited by:   This book reviews the current status of our knowledge of fluid transport across the intestine, including the complexities of transcellular and paracellular ion transport down the length of the intestine and how aberrations of normal physiological processes lead to : Mrinalini Rao.

T1 - New advances in the pathophysiology of intestinal ion transport and barrier function in diarrhea and the impact on therapy. AU - Hoque, Kazi Mirajul. AU - Chakraborty, Subhra. AU - Sheikh, Irshad Ali.

AU - Woodward, Owen M. PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1. N2 - Diarrhea remains a continuous threat to human health by: Intestinal ion transport and the pathophysiology of diarrhea Michael Field Published April 1, Citation Information: J Clin Invest.

; (7)Cited by: lial ion transport systems or the epithelial barrier function of the intestine under the short bowel con- dition. Up to now ion transport systems could not be char- acterized in the short bowel syndrome because trans- port rates measured with the Ussing technique have.