Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes

Neumann E (1980)
Neurochemistry International 2: 27-43.

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A review on molecularly specific gating schemes for ion fluxes in excitable biomembranes is presented. Basic electrophysiological data are discussed in terms of recent relaxation kinetic results on isolated acetylcholine receptor-lipid complexes and on acetylcholinesterase from electric fish. A key conclusion of this assay is that rapid bioelectrical signals based on transient permeability changes in axonal and synaptic parts of excitable biomembranes appear to be specialized cases of a more general chemically dissipative control principle involving activator-receptor interactions and metastability for the activated-conducting state.
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Neumann E. Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes. Neurochemistry International. 1980;2:27-43.
Neumann, E. (1980). Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes. Neurochemistry International, 2, 27-43.
Neumann, E. (1980). Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes. Neurochemistry International 2, 27-43.
Neumann, E., 1980. Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes. Neurochemistry International, 2, p 27-43.
E. Neumann, “Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes”, Neurochemistry International, vol. 2, 1980, pp. 27-43.
Neumann, E.: Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes. Neurochemistry International. 2, 27-43 (1980).
Neumann, Eberhard. “Chemical representation of ion flux gating in excitable biomembranes”. Neurochemistry International 2 (1980): 27-43.
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