E. Kinne-Saffran and R.K.H. Kinne, Membrane Isolation: Strategy, Techniques, Markers.
A.K. Mircheff, Isolation of Plasma Membranes from Polar Cells and Tissues: Apical/Basolateral Separation, Purity, Function.
S.M. Goldin and S.C. King, Transport-Specific Fractionation for Purification of ATP-Dependent Ca2+ Pumps.
Q. Al-Awqati, Regulation of Membrane Transport by Endocytotic Removal and Exocytotic Insertion of Transporters.
Transport Methods in Cells and Vesicles:
H. Rottenberg, Proton Electrochemical Potential Gradient in Vesicles, Organelles, and Prokaryotic Cells.
J. van Adelsberg, J. Barasch, and Q. Al-Awqati, Measurement of pH of Intracellular Compartments in Living Cells by Fluorescent Dyes.
A.A. Eddy, Use of Carbocyanine Dyes to Assay Membrane Potential of Mouse Ascites Tumor Cells.
J.C. Freedman and T.S. Novak, Optical Measurement of Membrane Potential in Cells, Organelles, and Vesicles.
O. Eidelman and Z.I. Cabantchik, Fluorescence Methods for Continuous Monitoring of Transport in Cells and Vesicles.
D. Ammann and P. Caroni, Preparation and Use of Micro- and Macroelectrodes for Measurement of Transmembrane Potentials and Ion Activities.
H. Garty and S.J.D. Karlish, Ion Channel-Mediated Fluxes in Membrane Vesicles: Selective Amplification of Isotope Uptake by Electrical Diffusion Potentials.
J.R. Blinks, Use of Calcium-Regulated Photoproteins as Intracellular Ca2+ Indicators.
A.V. Somlyo, H. Shuman, and A.P. Somlyo, Electron Probe X-ray Microanalysis of Ca2+, Mg2+, and Other Ions in Rapidly Frozen Cells.
R. Tsien and T. Pozzan, Measurement of Cytosolic Free Ca2+ with Quin2.
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