Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments

Bernhardt J, Neumann E (1980)
Journal of Theoretical Biology 86(4): 649-661.

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Physico-chemical factors that determine tracer substance flux from or into sealed vesicular structures are examined. Flux amplitudes are dependent on the average volume of a vesicle, while flux rates depend on the average number of transmembrane channels per vesicle. Gating processes leading to channel opening and/or closing affect both amplitudes and rates. Averaging over inhomogeneities in vesicle size and channel density leads to an explicit expression for time-dependent tracer content. Means for experimentally determining all variable factors in this expression are discussed.
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Bernhardt J, Neumann E. Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 1980;86(4):649-661.
Bernhardt, J., & Neumann, E. (1980). Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 86(4), 649-661.
Bernhardt, J., and Neumann, E. (1980). Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments. Journal of Theoretical Biology 86, 649-661.
Bernhardt, J., & Neumann, E., 1980. Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 86(4), p 649-661.
J. Bernhardt and E. Neumann, “Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments”, Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 86, 1980, pp. 649-661.
Bernhardt, J., Neumann, E.: Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 86, 649-661 (1980).
Bernhardt, Julius, and Neumann, Eberhard. “Analysis of gated flux from or into sealed membrane fragments”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 86.4 (1980): 649-661.
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