Red Blood Cells: Intact System:
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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.
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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.