Genetic approach to structure, function, and regulation of the Na+/H+ antiporter

Pouysségur, Jacques; Franchi, Arlette; L'Allemain, Gilles; Magnaldo, Isabelle; Paris, Sonia; Sardet, Claude
December 1987
Kidney International Supplement;Dec1987, Issue 23, pS-144
Academic Journal
Summarizes pertinent findings concerning the role and the mechanisms of activation of the sodium and hydrogen ions antiporter. Existence of the ions exchange process in brush border membrane vesicles; Analysis of the serum-stimulation of human fibroblasts; Impact of growth factors on the affinity of the internal hydrogen ions modifier site.


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