Red Blood Cells: Intact System:
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R.M. Johnson, Ektacytometry of Red Blood Cells.
R.B. Gunn and O. Fr~hlich, Methods and Analysis of Erythrocyte Anion Fluxes.
J.R. Sachs, Cation Fluxes in the Red Blood Cell: Na+, K+ Pump.
J.C. Freedman and T.S. Novak, Use of Triphenylmethylphosphonium to Measure Membrane Potentials in Red Blood Cells.
V.L. Lew and J. Garcia-Sancho, Measurement and Control of Intracellular Calcium in Intact Red Cells.
W. Schwarz, R. Grygorczyk, and D. Hof, Recording Single-Channel Currents from Human Red Cells.
C.M. Harvey and J.C. Ellory, Identification of Amino Acid Transporters in the Red Blood Cell.
J. Brahm, Transport Measurement of Anions, Nonelectrolytes, and Water in Red Blood Cell and Ghost Systems.
M. Canessa, Kinetic Properties of Na+/H+ Exchange and Li+/Na+,Na+/Na+, and Na+/Li+ Exchanges of Human Red Cells.
A.K. Solomon, Water Channels across the Red Blood Cell and Other Biological Membranes.
J.A.F. Op den Kamp and B. Roelofsen, Transbilayer Mobility of Phosphatidylcholine in the Red Blood Cell.
W.F. Widdas, Sugar Transport in Red Blood Cells.
Z.I. Cabantchik, Nucleoside Transport across Red Cell Membranes.
G.F. Fuhrmann, Transport Studies in Red Blood Cells by Measuring Light Scattering.
M. Haas and T.J. McManus, Cation-Anion Cotransport.
J.C. Parker, Sodium-Calcium and Sodium-Proton Exchangers in Red Blood Cells.
B. Deuticke, Monocarboxylate Transport in Red Blood Cells: Kinetics and Chemical Modification.
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